Colour plays a key role in interior design, especially within the work environment. Colour has an impact on perception and behaviour, influencing a psychological response in terms of mood, comfort and emotional state as well as having the potential to impact performance, productivity and creativity.
Providing the right colours in the right mediums can have positive effects in the workplace.
Working colour into your work environment
Many thriving offices have been designed to incorporate their brand colours, increasing their company image and recognition.
Incorporating branding in your office design, while important, needs to consider the staff, their work, and their needs. It is beneficial to consider a colour palette that evokes and promotes happiness, productivity and energy, while incorporate branding elements in a more subtle, textural or artistic way.
One of the key areas to consider when incorporating branding and colour is the reception or visitor spaces. It is essential to consider the messages you wish your company to convey and how your business will be perceived as people arrive as these types of spaces have the ability to create long-lasting impressions on visitors.