Ever wonder why you can’t get much done at work? Well, we all do, but part of your lack of productivity may come from the paint on your walls. Believe it or not, your home office’s paint job may be having a huge psychological impact on your work day. When we talk about painting home offices, bold isn’t always better. So what colors work best in home offices? These are our favorite Benjamin Moore paint colors that work well in an office.
Benjamin Moore’s lavender mist is bold but subtle. It’s purplish tinge is interesting to look at without being distracting. After a long day of work, you’ll be content looking up and being met by the sight of your beautiful lavender mist walls. If you want to try an accent, Benjamin Moore also makes distant gray, a great accent color to go along with lavender mist for that perfect home office.
Fernwood Green Combined With Urban Nature
You can use these two Benjamin Moore shades to give your wall a dynamic look. If you’re a person who loves nature and doesn’t want to feel trapped in your office, these colors may be ideal for you. They’ll give you a feeling that you’re outside, enjoying nature, relaxing. For best effect, use fernwood green on your upper wall and urban nature on your lower wall, offset by a white trim in between.
Wenge and Wind’s Breath
Another thing you can do is highlight one wall in particular. The bold Benjamin Moore shade wenge will make your wall stand out, and then you can use wind’s breath for the side walls. This packs a lot of power into one punch: you get all of the interesting color that makes your room feel bright and attractive without it being too overpowering.
Painting Tips from Columbia Paint
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