the-best-office-room-colors

Colors affect the mood and concentration of workers.

Therefore, when painting your office you should pay attention to this; choose those colors that best suit the dimensions of your workspace, the type of activity performed, and the corporate image of your brand and combine them harmoniously and in the right proportions to create a functional environment that invites concentration and is liked by workers and customers.

 

These are 8 colors to take into account when decorating your office: 


White: is the most popular color for any workspace. It never goes out of style and brings brightness. White is the safe bet when in doubt, and is one of the perfect colors for the office if it is a small space.

      White-office-room

 

Gray: This color is trendy, and brings elegance and modernity. It is perfect for an office with new technologies or for meeting rooms.

 

Orange: This color projects strength, determination, energy, and enthusiasm.

This color is especially suitable for collaborative environments.

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Red: The use of this color is complicated, but when used well it can project determination, prosperity, and power.

To use this color correctly, you should administer it in small doses when decorating your office.

Use this color only in areas of relaxation or collaborative environments where extra effusiveness is needed because it is a color that over-stimulates many people.

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Yellow: Related to ingenuity, creativity, science, and understanding. 

In its most pastel shade, this color can be used without any problem. In its most saturated and bright tonality, it should be used in small proportions and certain spaces (like red), since it is associated with a warning.

Yellow-office-room

 

Green: Is a color that projects optimism, serenity, and harmony.

Its use is recommended in office spaces, such as the meeting room, where tranquility needs to be promoted.

Green-details-office-room

 

Blue: The color of serenity, introspection, and concentration.

The color blue fosters a calm and quiet environment in which workers can concentrate to the maximum and obtain the highest productivity.

 

Purple: This color reflects luxury, wisdom, and experience.

It conveys a sense of calm, tranquility, and peacefulness. This color should be used in luminous variants since, in the case of darker purple, it can transmit a feeling of sadness.

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Choosing the right colors when decorating an office is very important, as it will not only affect the aesthetics, but also the comfort and performance of workers.

 

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