Your office interior is more than just a few pieces of furniture that you use for work. It gives you and your clients the impression of what the company represents and what it stands for. Interior design plays a huge role in providing the right experience to people visiting the office, and one of the most important parts of designing the interior is finding the right colour pallet. That’s why we’ve prepared the short guide on how to choose the right colour palette for your office interior.
First, your interior colours should set the right mood. Depending on the design style you choose, colour pallets will vary in hue, saturation and contrast. However, there are some simple rules that will ensure your colour pallet will fit the chosen interior style
This will ensure that people visiting your office will, actually, see the difference in colours and they will not feel like they look the same one. Sometimes, low contrast may work great for your interior, the difference between the colours will not be very obvious at first but the subtle differences can add dimension and depth.
Implementing your colours in the right place is vital in developing an effective office interior design. The order of which the colours are styled will make a huge difference to what they convey and what will be considered a feature and an accent.
Company colour palette
Adding pops of your company colour to your interior does not require the assistance or expense of a designer. It can be as easy as matching your fabric colours to your logo, we have hundreds at our disposal from rich leathers to high wool count. A minimalist approach would be to upholster operator chairs or desktop screens. Here are some examples of how we’ve advised and executed tying company colours in with the interior.
Experience with the colour
Each colour has its own character. As humans, we associate colours with emotions and feelings. That’s why your office interior colours can affect the client’s emotions and make them feel what you would like them to feel. See the examples below, to understand how even small colour accents can change the feeling of the office space, depending on the emotion that colour is associated with.
The red colour is associated with power, independence and sometimes even anger. Using red accents in your office, you can give an impression of a powerful and success-focused person.
The green colour is most associated with peace, calm environment and friendliness. By implementing this colour in your office, you will provide your clients with a calm, peaceful experience.
The yellow colour is associated with positive energy, positivity and happiness. Yellow features in your office will make your clients feel more excited and optimistic.
The purple colour is very often related to luxury and elegance. That’s what people associate it with. It can also represent creativity pride and wealth. To express these through your office, try using purple!