Our Top Paint Trends to Freshen Up Your Workspace

27th August 2019

Is your workspace looking a little tired and in need of a lick of paint? Or are you considering just mixing up your decor to inject some energy into your surroundings? A new coat of paint can transform any room, but deciding on the best colour for your space can be tough. In 2019, the average full-time employee in the UK works 42 hours per week. That is a lot of time to be spending in a work environment. Therefore, the right hue can make a huge difference to an employee’s desire to be at work. Here are our tips on top paint trends to freshen up your workspace…

Pinks & Corals

These pink & peach shades can be vibrant or muted, but they give a warm, comforting feel to a room. Pantone’s colour of the year for 2019 is called ‘Living Coral’, and is the perfect energetic shade for a feature wall. Blush pinks are a softer, but still joyful alternative to help uplift spirits.

Greys & Blues

Greys with rich blue and purple undertones are trending right now. These velvety shades are neutral and so should work well with most existing furniture, meaning it’s a great option for those who want a change with minimal effort.

Yellows & Greens

Botanical Green and Mustard Yellows add a welcoming and lively feel to a space. A feature wall would be a great way to incorporate these statement hues in your workplace. Other more muted shades, such as olive green, are a peaceful and serene way to embrace some colour.

Crisp Whites

If your room is lacking in natural light, it is amazing what a difference a simple coat of cool white can do. This will give a clean, sophisticated look to a space and will create the illusion of a larger room. Combine this with monochrome accents for a modern feel.

Our skilled team have painted properties across West Yorkshire. We focus on the quality of our paint jobs and will happily advise our clients on the best shade for their space. To speak to us, give us a call on 01924 723723 or contact us here.

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