It is said that the type of atmosphere we work in hugely impacts the quality of our work. Our energy levels, motivation, creativity and attention span are all influenced by the things we choose to surround ourselves with. Color psychology is very important when it comes to our homes and offices, but since not everyone has the time to dive deep into it, here is a compilation of all the colors that are best suited for your office and are likely to boost your mood. With berger paints, you can paint your office the color of your dreams and take your productivity a notch higher.
When it comes to homes, people tend to choose two color combination for bedroom walls. This paint idea works just as well in an office space too. A blend of two colors will give depth and added detail to your office and take away the drab and boring feeling.
- Although shades of yellow have had a negative image for being antiquated and overbearing in the past, this is no longer the case. As people explore methods to warm up their spaces, bright colors are making a comeback on the design scene. Colors that resemble sunflower petals, such as buttery and citron shades, are particularly effective in energizing the spaces where they are utilized. Keep an eye out for colors that are influenced by nature, such as deep olive greens and citron yellow. These colors are both grounding and relaxing, as well as uplifting and cheery, and should be considered a fresh change where office spaces are concerned.
- One organic color that has taken over the design world this year is gray-green, although it is not the only variation of green that is popular. Many designers believe that greens of different undertones and colors will become increasingly fashionable as people seek a feeling of nature in their homes. Tones such as emerald, sage or leafy green textiles are all over the market. Earthy neutrals and natural greens are the primary colors of 2022. A deep brooding green and warmer greens, like matcha latte, are ideal for revitalizing any area with a natural greenery-inspired tint. To incorporate tranquility and calmness in your office space, add soft shades of green with deep browns and whites.
- The utilization of virtually dark tones in a variety of combinations has been very appealing this season. Instead of only using basic black, you can put a twist on things by using deep hues such as dark brooding aubergines and deep blues. Dark colors can be incorporated into interiors in a variety of ways, from dark terrazzo floors to dark walls and ceilings. In an office space, dark colors can be utilized to make the space more serious and intense. When these dark tones are combined with neutral furnishings and fabrics, this monochromatic design element instills a sense of sensual sophistication into any space, lending a dramatic, yet timeless appeal to any interior. But it is important not to go overboard with the dark hues as they can somewhat be overwhelming.
- Warm, neutral paint colors are also experiencing a comeback right now. A neutral color palette, in addition to adding warmth and adaptability to a space, can quickly make a place feel cozier and more welcoming. Something like a sandy beige with faint red overtones, and an airy greige that becomes brighter in natural light are two of the season’s favorite neutrals. A rich neutral for a high-traffic part of your office like a conference or meeting room, is a flexible hue that will work with a range of décor styles while also providing a more welcome atmosphere for your clients and employees.