Colors, together with texture and materials, are crucial in determining the moods evoked by designs. When it comes to designing a workplace, the colors chosen reflect the atmosphere and work ethic of the company. It serves as a potential client's first introduction to the business.
Black, The Dark Sun
A strong color in design, black is the hue of the night sky. Black denotes opulence and quiet ambition, giving off the same impression as red. It has become the go-to hue for many high-end labels.
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White, The Dove
As it may be used with almost any other color or material, white is the most "welcoming" of colors. You may combine and match it in any moodboard. While white is the most prevalent hue, it nevertheless makes a noticeable impression by providing airy spaces to attract attention.
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Blue, The warm color
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The workplace is a busy place, but that doesn't mean everyone there has to be on edge all the time. Blue is often used in the decor of workplace common spaces like pantries and lounges. The mere presence of this hue has a calming effect on those who see it.
Yellow, The battery
Picture by Arq. Gonzalo Viramonte
One of the most popular fiery hues is yellow, the color of lemons. However, in high-velocity settings, it never gets old. Yellow areas are great places to recharge your batteries after a long day of meetings and paperwork thanks to the upbeat and revitalizing vibe.
Orange, The wake-up call
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Orange, the color of hazard cones, is very visible and effective in drawing attention. Instead of an obnoxious alarm clock, picture a vivacious person entering your room in the morning and inviting you on an exciting journey. If you've run out of creativity and motivation for work, orange will be there to wake you up in the most vivid way.
All things considered, just as your outlook determines whether or not a job is onerous, the laws of colour are the magic tricks that, if mastered, may mould the optimistic atmosphere of your workplace and the pleasant impression your firm makes on your clients.