How to choose the best wall paint color for your office?

Eivydas “David” Phillips Eivydas “David” Phillips
Founder/President at Painters Inc.
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Paint colors influence how we work. The colors that boost productivity in one office might do the opposite in another office. The proper colors can differ from one industry to another. You also have to consider how the tones you use in your workplace influence your customers’ opinion of your brand. The size and shape of your office, plus the amount of natural light it gets, will also influence which colors will work and which ones won’t.

Obviously, there is a lot that goes into making the right decisions. At Painters Inc., we want to help make the process less daunting, so we’ve compiled information about how colors influence workplace behaviors and how choosing paint colors can help you reach your goals.

Factors to consider when choosing the right paint colors for your office space

Choosing paint colors is a challenging task. There are so many from which to choose and it’s difficult to determine which color(s) will fit your environment. When you take into account a handful of guidelines for choosing the right tones, the task becomes much less cumbersome.

  • Think about the purpose of your space

    Some colors are a better fit for some industries than they are for others. For example, understated tones, such as various shades of gray and white are great for professional environments such as offices and banks. Retail spaces often look to more bold, tantalizing colors that will influence their shoppers, such as various shades of red and orange.

  • Check the amount of natural light in your space

    Light will significantly impact your choice of paint color. Rooms with little to no natural light might call for lighter tones while a room that has a plentiful amount of light can benefit from darker tones. It’s also important to consider how light will change the appearance of some colors.

  • Consider color impact

    Using an ancient Chinese philosophy called feng shui can help you determine the colors best suited for your workspace. Feng shui recognizes that colors have a psychological impact on workers and visitors. For example, blue and black are associated with supporting inner work and helping people to concentrate. Red is believed to support life energy while green is associated with growth and decisiveness.

  • The size of your space(s) will help determine proper colors

    If you’ve got a tight space, open it up with lighter colors. If you’ve got an expansive space that you want to make more intimate, use darker colors. Furthermore, you can cozy-up any room with darker tones.

  • What is the desired temperature in the space?

    Colors can be hot or cold and everything in between. To “warm up” a space, use orange, red and yellow. Peach is also a popular color used for warming spaces. Looking to cool down your space? Consider light blue or light green.

  • Consider all the spaces in your home or business

    You want the paint colors to cohabitate throughout the space you live or work in. To get the flow correct, choose colors that will provide a more cohesive look. If you have drastic changes from one room to the next, there are transition colors you can use in hallways to prevent an abrupt change

  • Consider any large elements in your space

    Another way to choose colors is to take cues from what’s already in your room. Whether it’s a piano, fireplace, work of art or just an abundance of woodwork, these are elements that will set a tone and help you choose the right paint color combinations.

At Painters Inc., we have assisted clients in many industries choose the right colors for their spaces. From retail shops to banks, mansions to bungalows, we know what colors will work in your spaces.

The effects of paint colors on mood, productivity, comfort, and energy levels

If you think color is simply a style preference and doesn’t have a real impact, think again. Choosing the wrong colors can actually kill productivity. Conversely, making the right decisions on paint colors can provide numerous positive effects, such as employees feeling uplifted, focused and energized, which can impact their productivity rates.

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Colors are often industry specific, and there is a reason for that. In fact, the work that people are tasked with in each department of a company might differ, which is why you’ll see different colors in each of them. Colors can calm a person, which is why those specific hues are used in spaces where the job might involve higher levels of stress. There are also colors that can impact the creativity of an employee, which is something to take into account in positions where being innovative is important.


Blue: calmness and productivity

Blue is the color most closely associated with stimulating the mind and creating an atmosphere where employees can be more productive. While blue is thought of as a color that impacts us on a mental level, blue can create physical states of calm, tranquility and relaxation.

If you are in an industry where employees need to stay focused, stress free and on top of their game, choosing a hue in the blue family will be a winner.


Green: balance, calmness and growth

Another color known for its ability to create calm is green. But this color is also associated with creating balance and reassurance. This is only natural, as there is balance in nature within the green leaves, grasses, bushes and brush, and that’s part of the reason green is “easy on the eyes.”

Green is also a signifier of growth, which the financial industry has taken notice of. Fortunately, there are plenty of different hues of green that can be used in many different industries.


Yellow: creativity and positive emotions

Ask an interior designer the two words they associate with yellow and they will likely say “optimism and innovation.” Yellow is a stimulating color that can not only brighten spirits and create feelings of happiness, it can also spur creativity, which is why it is used as an accent color in offices where employees are tasked with thinking outside the box.

Yellow is also the color of sun and light, which can generate a sense of energy in people. Be careful though – too much yellow can be distracting and negatively impact productivity.


Orange: playfulness and creativity

Orange can immediately make us think of citrus fruit and it’s often associated with vitamin C and health. And while orange is in the “hot” range of tones, it’s not an aggressive color. Some have claimed that orange stimulates the brain because it increases oxygen to our frontal lobes.

There is also an element of change with orange, perhaps because as the leaves change in the fall, many take on an orange hue, signifying the departure of summer and the introduction to fall and the impending cold of winter.


Red: energy, attraction and aggression

Red is all about intensity. It’s not going to be a color you would choose for all four walls in a room, but it can be an essential element in several types of environments. It’s associated with everything from anger and energy to strength and determination. It has been known to raise blood pressure, heart rate and metabolism.

Given that stop signs and fire engines are red, it’s no surprise that in spaces where red paint is prominent, people tend to be more motivated to react.


Purple: quality and luxury

Interestingly, purple involves a mix of emotions associated with red and blue, so it is often brought into spaces where energy and productivity are important. Centuries ago, the only way to dye anything purple was to extract the color from snails, making it rare and expensive.

Thus, it became the color of royalty and has since retained a sense of wealth, power and richness. If you’re looking for an air of sophistication in your spaces, use paints with various hues of purple.


Brown: reliability

From masculinity to reliability, the earthen tone of brown offers multifaceted warmth and seriousness. In the wrong situations, brown can bring down the mood of a room, even conveying gloominess. But when coupled with existing real wood in a room, such as with wainscotting or richly colored border trim, it can make a space feel powerful.

Law offices utilize brown, as do people who work in areas where there is a need to create a feeling of safety, warmth and security.


Black: sophistication and efficiency

The absence of light is black, but that doesn’t mean this “color” doesn’t have a place in commercial and residential properties. Known for its ability to instill feelings of deep emotion, black is a color you have to use wisely and you must have an understanding that it won't be a great fit for all occasions. However, just about every color goes well with it, making black a great accent color.

It’s often recommended that if you use black prominently, it should be offset with white or very light colors. For an extreme example, if your walls are black, your furniture should be white.


White: cleanliness and efficiency

White can make a room look modern and clean, pure and innocent, sophisticated, yet efficient. Off-white colors, such as egg shell, brings a softness to your interior. White can make a small room feel larger and a gloomy dark room more inhabitable. White is an extremely popular choice for healthcare facilities, either for humans or pets, laboratories and charitable organizations. It’s also a safe choice when you want to remain neutral in your color scheme.

There is plenty to think about when choosing the colors that will best suit your spaces, but when you consider your industry, your goals and what your space actually needs, making that decision becomes much easier. At Painters Inc., we’ll help you develop a palette that will perfectly match your goals.

Saturation and brightness – key elements of paint color

Humans are psychologically/emotionally impacted by colors. Psychology Today has published articles on the topic, including one that says saturation and brightness of colors are the biggest factors that trigger an emotional response.

Saturation is how pure a color is, whereas brightness is how light a color seems. The combination of saturation and brightness lead us to describe certain colors, such as reds and oranges as “warm.” Blues and greens are often described as “cool.”

We also have to consider that a person’s response to a color can be subjective, as it can be influenced by what we have experienced in our environments through unique personal experiences. Fortunately, there is universal meaning to many of the colors used in paints today, which means the majority of people coming into contact with your spaces will have similar reactions to the saturation and brightness/lightness of the pigment.

What is the best office paint color for your business industry?

Every industry has different standards and needs. While standards set for specific industries can be broken in some circumstances, choosing paint colors is made much easier by looking at your industry and the paint colors your peers have chosen.

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Choosing the right colors is important for your employees as much as it is for your customers. In the following paragraphs we’ll dig deeper into which paint colors are industry specific and you will have a much better idea of how to approach your palette of colors.

The best paint colors for financial services’ offices

Accuracy, accountability and responsibility are terms often associated with the financial services industry. Whether it’s a bank, an accounting firm or financial advisors, these are professionals who need to convey a sense of trust to their clients. But the employees must also be motivated to focus on deadlines, analyze numbers and trajectories, which means they require offices with paint colors that will not distract them.

How should financial professionals consider paint colors?

  • Blue: To impart a feeling of reliability and security, blue is a popular color that clients prefer in their financial professionals’ offices. It’s also a color that makes employees feel calm, which is required when the pressure is on them to make a deadline.
  • Green: While financial professionals rely on more than luck to serve their clients, green is associated with good fortune, but it’s also the color of money, making it an effective option. Green also produces feelings of harmony, which is another positive feeling financial experts want their clients and employees to experience.
  • Black: Few colors are as serious as black. When it comes to clients’ hard earned money, they want to have confidence that their financial experts are as serious as possible. Black is also associated with power, so using this color, which goes quite well with just about any other color, is a smart option.

The best paint colors for law offices

Lawyers work long hours, putting in far more than the average 40 hours per week in the office. Practicing law can also be stressful, which is why it is important to choose colors that can reduce anxiety while also convey a sense of professionalism that clients need to feel when they visit the firm.

The colors you choose for your firm’s offices send a message to the clients, so you want to use ones that say your firm can be trusted, that you have authority and that you can handle any job no matter the complexity.

How should lawyers consider paint colors?

  • Brown: Warm and professional, brown is also the color associated with reliability. It’s a serious hue that also makes people feel welcome. Given that it is the color of earth, brown feels solid, which can make people feel secure.
  • Green: A great stress reliever, green can sooth people who are becoming frazzled. It’s believed that green is one of the most pleasing colors to the human eye and makes people feel safe, which explains why this color appears so often in law firms’ logos. 
  • Blue: A favorite in the legal profession, blue paint colors appear most often. While this hue can make people feel at ease, it also evokes emotions related to depth and stability. Blue is also a “cool” color, which can be of great use for lawyers working long hours.

The best paint colors for the healthcare industry

When entering a healthcare facility people want it to be clean and they want to feel comforted. Medical procedures often come with a bit of prodding and poking, which can be stressful, so choosing paint colors that take some of that stress away can do wonders for patients.

Most healthcare facilities are painted with light colors because they make rooms look clean and open. They avoid colors that will come off brash in these spaces, such as bright red or orange. Rather, the palette is usually a mix of soft colors.

How should healthcare professionals consider paint colors?

  • Light pink: Warm, yet nurturing and feminine, light pink is often the color of choice in women's clinics. It’s also widely used in facilities where children go for treatment. Emotional energies are found to be calmed by pink and it can alleviate feelings of anger.
  • Off-white: Often chosen for its clean and almost sterile aesthetic, off-white is a perfectly neutral color that is chosen over bright white because it is more soothing, yet it still opens up a room with its lightness.
  • Light blue: The human body actually creates calming chemicals when light blue is introduced to the eyes. It’s an “airy” color reminiscent of the sky and serves as a perfect backdrop for any greenery present in healthcare facilities.
  • Green: Known as chromotherapy, colors have been used to heal people and green is an often-cited color used for its balanced healing properties. Green also encourages equilibrium and comfort, which can help patients heal faster after surgery.

The best paint colors for offices in the manufacturing industry

The manufacturing industry often includes areas of the facility that have to be color coded, such as various water, chemical and gas pipes and electrical conduit, but there are other parts of the facility where options regarding pain color have to be made.

The best colors are those that evoke feelings of teamwork, productivity, safety and efficiency. This industry can produce unique stressors of its own, so that also has to be taken into account when choosing paint colors.

How should manufacturers consider paint colors?

  • Blue: One of the most sought-after colors for boosting morale, it’s not unusual to see various shades of blue throughout manufacturing facilities. Calm employees are more productive employees, which is another reason this color is so popular in manufacturing.
  • Red A boost of energy can help employees carry out their tasks with more focus, which is why red is used in manufacturing facilities. Red is used to generate more strength and speed, but it can also create a sense of tension when used too generously.
  • Green: Manufacturing jobs can often be monotonous, but green can help employees stay focused throughout their shift. Many manufacturing facilities are devoid of nature, so using green paint can help bring in a feeling of the outdoors to these often large and windowless spaces.

The best paint colors for offices in the technology industry

The technology industry is another vocation where many hours at the desk are required. The most productive workers in these spaces stay focused on minute details, such when they’re coding or troubleshooting technical issues. There is also a need to create calm throughout the facility, as long hours and staying ahead of deadlines can put employees under pressure.

How should technology professionals consider paint colors?

  • Green: Utilizing highly saturated green paint on accent walls will help employees stay creative and innovative as they carry out their tasks. Green is also easy on the eyes, which can help diffuse tense situations in workers tasked with staying focused hour after hour.
  • Blue: A cool and relaxing color, blue is perfect for the technology industry because it can bring calm when it is needed most. Blue is also helpful in areas where intellectual prowess is required.
  • Hot colors: Red, yellow and orange paints can add bursts of energy that technology industry employees require to stay on task. But rather than the whole wall, these colors are best used as accents or in artwork in specific areas of the facility.

The best paint colors for offices in the construction industry

Construction is an industry that requires energy and focus. While the jobsite is where most of the energy is expended, the offices are spaces where plenty of planning occurs, which is why it’s recommended that the palette should include colors that facilitate an ability to stay on target, concentrate and be precise.

The office is also a space where contractors meet with clients, so there has to be a degree of professionalism and trust conveyed through the interior design of the office.

How should construction professionals consider paint colors?

  • Brown: In order to communicate a sense of trust, brown is a smart choice for contractors’ offices. Brown is related to warmth and dependability, as well, which can help create stability and confidence. 
  • Hot Colors: By utilizing red, yellow and orange accents, you can bring up the energy level in the room. This will keep contractors focused and ready to tackle tough tasks.
  • Blue: The ability to clearly communicate with clients is crucial, and with blue hues in the office, there is an element of calm introduced, allowing all parties to focus and nail down the details of a project.

Feng shui colors to paint your office walls

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Feng shui is an ancient Chinese tradition that has been used in interior design in the U.S. for decades. To utilize feng shui for paint color purposes, you have to consider the five feng shui elements, which are earth, wind, fire, wood and metal.

While some will refer to this philosophy as a pseudoscience, others completely trust that it can be used with many positive effects, regardless of the type of industry it is applied to. The basic concept is to harmonize spaces, govern energies and create more positive environments

The five elements of feng shui

In the chart below, we break down the five elements of feng shui. They include the following:


This element has flowing and shifting qualities, wavy and curvy shapes and dark hues.


Vitality and expansiveness are the main qualities of wood, with green and blue tones as the dominant colors.


Red hues create an atmosphere of passion, illuminance and brilliance.


Creating an atmosphere of stability and strength, yellow, orange and brown can be utilized as dominant colors or as accents


Metal is all about precision, beauty and efficiency. It is a unifying element that brings order. Colors include white, gray and silver.

The best feng shui colors for office walls

In feng shui, the direction an office is situated is important, which is why you need to take notice of the position of your office, north, south, east or west. Consider the following information for making the decision about paint colors for your office walls.

Blue – the best paint color for a north-facing office

North-facing offices draw upon the water element, which means blue and dark blue should be utilized. If you’re trying to promote growth and healing, you can go with light tones. For a feeling of personal power or education, choose darker tones of blue.

Red and orange – the best paint colors for a south-facing office

Wood and fire colors are typically chosen for south facing offices. This would include red and orange to represent fire and green, brown and blue for the wood element. These colors provide a mix of energy, luck, fame and recognition, but can be brought to a more harmonious state with blue.

Browns, tans and greens – the best paint colors for east-facing or southeast office

Earth is the guiding element for southeast-facing offices. By utilizing brown, tan and green in various shades, you can provide a sense of stability. Many southeast offices are adorned in a mixture of the earth tones. 

White and gray – the best paint colors for west-facing or northwest office

If your office faces west or northwest, you want to use colors associated with the metal element. Empowerment and creativity can be accessed via silver, white, copper, brass and other metallic colors. For offices facing northwest, you can also consider blue tones as well as black.

Yellow and brown – the best paint colors for southwest or northeast office

Earth is the dominant element for offices facing southwest or northeast, which would include using a liberal amount of brown tones. As for accent colors, northeast offices could employ black, blue or green tones, but southwest offices would benefit by using bolder colors, such as red and pink.

By using directions as your cue, you can fine-tune your final palette of colors for your offices. Balancing this with your specific industry, you are bound to make great decisions that will keep your employees on track to meet their goals.

What office colors are trending in 2021?

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With each new year we see trends change, sometimes quite drastically and other times in more subtle ways. Given what everyone went through in 2020, we can expect a trend toward more comforting colors in 2021. 

With a focus on putting the previous year as far behind as possible, there might be a yearning for big changes, but before you go too far out on a limb, consider information we’ve gathered from industry experts who have taken notice of popular color combinations. You’ll see that blue remains popular, as it is a color that can bring calm, but there are also some notable shades ranging from deep and dark to fiery.

The following are currently trending colors:

  • Serene blues and grays
  • Ultimate gray and yellow
  • Earth tones, including beige, brown and calm green
  • Natural colors that bring the outdoors inside
  • Accents of fire, which includes red and orange

Keep your options open as the trends for 2021 continue to evolve. At Painters Inc., we can help you develop a palette that fits all of your needs.

The best paint color schemes for home offices

Home offices are increasingly on the list of needs for many homeowners. With remote work opportunities on the rise, workers need to be productive in the home setting, which can be difficult given all the distractions, but choosing the right paint colors can help.

Don’t risk missing important deadlines because you’re having a tough time concentrating on work while at home. You can choose paint colors that will help you reach your goals for productivity. Some people need to be energized to be productive, while others need to stay calm and focused to do their tasks in an efficient manner. Fortunately, there are colors that will assist either situation.

Office paint colors using Benjamin Moore paints

At Painters Inc., we’ve used Benjamin Moore paints for years. It’s a brand that we trust over just about every other paint producer out there today and the company offers a variety of tones in every conceivable color. Not only is Benjamin Moore paint long lasting, it’s easy to spread and to clean up, which means we spend less time applying this product, which equates to savings for our customers.

The following are some of the most popular Benjamin Moore paint colors for offices:



This off-white paint color offers a slightly yellow undertone that has a look similar to its namesake cheese. For small offices, Mascarpone can make them feel larger. Because this creamy color offers a neutral background, it sets the stage for other office decorations, from plants to art, furniture to sconces.


Hale Navy

If you’re looking for a transition color, you’ll find it in Hale Navy. A longtime standout color of choice, blue is known for its calming effect. It also allows workers to concentrate on the task at hand and get their work done more efficiently.


Blue Danube

Blue Danube is an interesting color of blue because it looks quite vibrant in the light, yet somewhat dark and moody when the lights are dimmed, which is why many refer to this hue as a neutral color. It’s an excellent choice for an accent wall or even on a door.



Often described as “not too dark or light,” this versatile color offers cool undertones. Nickel is a blue-infused gray color that is a great fit for people who don’t want to stray too far from gray, but are looking for a slight pop of color, but not so much that they can’t stay focused while working.


St. John Blue

A 240 full-spectrum color, St. John Blue is vibrant, rich and true. While this blue hue is deeper than many of the other popular paints for offices, it retains a lightness that is required in offices where creativity is in demand, yet offers a tranquil and calming effect.

There is no shortage of colors available through Benjamin Moore. At Painters Inc., we’ve worked with many, many of the different combinations and we can assist you in finding the right Benjamin Moore paint for your office.

Office paint colors using Sherwin-Williams paints

Another premium paint brand popular with professional painters is Sherwin-Williams. At Painters Inc., we’ve used this product for years and have had great success with it. Cheap paint is often thin, difficult to apply and quite messy. Sherwin-Williams, as a premium option, is a thicker paint that retains its beauty for years and years. The company stays ahead of trends, constantly offering new color choices and giving contractors forecasts on trends so they know what to expect.

The following are some of Sherwin-Williams top picks for offices:


Mild Blue

Stay calm and relaxed in your office with Sherwin-Williams’ Mild Blue paint. This color looks great in a room with light or dark wood flooring. Sometimes described as a “very light gray,” this color is modern and graceful, clean and versatile.



Another relaxing color to choose is Sherwin-Wiliams’ Hazel green blue paint, which has a calming effect on office workers, but it is also rather vibrant, which means nobody will lose any pep to their step and you won’t experience productivity loss.


Repose Gray

Looking for something moody? Repose Gray has you covered. For offices where accents of hotter colors will be used, this warm gray tone will perfectly compliment the reds and oranges.


Soft Sage

Moving soundly into earth tones, Soft Sage is a relaxing sage color that blends seamlessly with wood features in your office. It’s often used in spaces where workers need to stay focused for lengthy periods.



When a basic white paint is too sterile for an office space but there is a need to keep the colors light, Whitetail fits the job. This rich and creamy color definitely brightens up a room, but doesn’t become the center of attention.

Obviously, there are many quality paints and colors from which to choose. At Painters Inc., we can provide you with feedback on some of your top choices and help you make a final decision that you can have faith in.

Top 5 colors to avoid when painting your office interior

Paint colors that might seem sound in theory can turn into something different altogether when actually applied to the walls. Rather than have to redo a paint job because the colors simply didn’t mix with your surroundings, consider these colors that you would do well to avoid.

  • Yellow

    If you’re looking to energize your employees, you might think yellow, which is among the “happiest” of colors, would be a smart option. Unfortunately, too much yellow can over stimulate people and cause instability within the office.

  • Lime

    Accents of this bright green color can be great in environments where creativity is in demand, but too much lime makes it difficult for office workers to concentrate. Go light with lime and you will avoid productivity loss.

  • Gray

    Gray is a moody color that can drain the energy out of an office. This is a color that definitely needs to be offset with more inspiring tones that will lift the mood. Gray is also fairly sterile and unmotivating, which is why most offices will avoid this color.

  • Bright pink

    While it might be fine as an accent in a baby’s room, this is a distracting color to include in just about any office setting. It’s far too bold and distracting, lacks sincerity and should be avoided.

  • Red

    Hot colors, such as red, need to be used sparingly and should rarely, if ever, be the predominant color in an office. Red is found to increase the metabolism of office workers and promote aggression.

There is nothing wrong with choosing bold colors, but they have to be used sparingly and be offset by other colors. When you’re in the planning stages, choose as many colors as you wish, but definitely put a red flag next to the ones we’ve listed, as they can spell trouble down the road.

Top 10 asked questions about office interior painting

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So much goes into choosing the right paint colors for offices that it can be confusing to make the right decisions. From trying to balance the elements of feng shui to configuring the psychological impact of colors, Painters Inc. has covered just about every aspect of the selection process. The following are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers that can help you make better paint color decisions.

What is the best paint color for a small office?

Small offices can be made to look larger by using lighter paint colors. Rather than choosing a sterile palette, such as a flat white, consider lighter tones that have earthy, soothing hues, such as light greens and blues.

What are the worst paint colors for a small office?

Using bold colors in a small space can be too distracting. Avoid hot colors, such as red and orange. You also want to avoid muted neutral colors, because they can suck the energy out of a room and turn it into a gloomy space.

What are the best office paint colors for business meetings?

Focus on vibrant accent colors, such as coral, yellow and red. These tones will keep the meetings lively. You want to avoid neutral colors, as they can bring down the energy in the room.

What is the most calming color for an office?

In offices where the type of work can be stressful, bring in calming colors, such as blues, greens, teal and earth hues that cause a calming effect. You’ll also find that light pinks, used sparingly, can have a calming effect, as can some other light neutral colors.

What are the best office colors to de-stress?

The color most associated with taking the stress out of an office is light blue. Blue is the color of the sky and the ocean, and when used in an office it hints to open spaces and lightness, which has a de-stressing effect.

Why should you avoid painting office walls white?

Simply put, plain white is too sterile. Some might even find it harsh and distracting, which is why this color is avoided in an office setting. Others can attest to the fact that white paint in an office can reduce productivity.

What to consider when choosing a color palette for my office?

Ultimately, the palette of colors you choose for your office will represent your unique brand and company culture. Your colors should also be industry specific and complement your existing space or enhance it. The palette should also include colors that fit with the type of work being done. If clients frequent your office, you must also consider how the palette impacts their opinion of your brand.

What are the best paint brands for office interiors?

The best paint contractors will not skimp on quality, which is why the vast majority of respected contractors use Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams products. They are long lasting, look better than other products and are easier to apply than lesser quality paints.

Who can help me pick paint colors?

Choosing the right colors really matters, which is why you should talk to a color consultant, interior designer or your painting contractor. Make sure the professionals you consult with have experience with your industry, as they’ll have more informed opinions about proper colors.

How to choose the best painter for my office painting?

Only choose a licensed, certified and insured contractor to paint your office. Ask for references and do your research online to see what others have said about your top choices. While the most expensive contractor isn’t always going to have the best painters, you can bet that the least expensive one is cutting corners somewhere and will not be a good fit for your project.

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Eivydas “David” Phillips
Eivydas “David” Phillips
Eivydas “David” Phillips is the founder and president of Painters Inc. He and his team have built a solid reputation as the preferred painting contractor in the Chicago area, capable of handling variety of complex commercial jobs, completing them on time and surpassing expectations. With a customer-centric focus, Painters Inc guarantees reliability on every job, large or small.