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Corporate Interior Designs – Colors, Furniture & Lighting For The Corporate Scene

Is your office due for a major revamp? Here are some useful information and tips on how to improve the look of your office and make it a truly functional space that will promote efficiency and improve job performance.


Color Guide For Corporate Interior Designs  Businesses Employ

Colors play an important role in any given space. In the same way that they dictate the over-all ambiance of a room, they also have a direct effect on people’s moods and way of thinking. While white, off-white and neutral shades continue to dominate walls of offices, various shades of all colors of the rainbow have already made their way into the corporate scene.

Choose colors depending on the objective that you want to achieve. Kendra Cherry writes about this in her article titled “Color Psychology” via the website She says that “color…is a powerful communication tool and can be used to signal action, influence mood, and cause physiological reactions”.

The so-called cool colors, which are the shades of blues and greens, evoke a sense of serenity, comfort, and relaxation. In contrast, warm colors, which include the reds and the yellows, are highly stimulating, often used to encourage energy and creative thinking. Black and white combinations, on the other hand, are believed to stir up inner feelings of authority, power and confidence or self-assurance.

Corporate Interior Designs – Choosing Furniture & Lighting For Offices

Dark-colored or stained furnishings are popular choices because they complement well with light-colored walls, which are the norm for most work spaces. But many offices also make use of modular work stations because of the practicality they offer since they require very little maintenance. They come in different shapes, sizes, heights, and colors, with an overhead storage cabinet as an optional element.

Natural light is best, but since this is not always possible, you can always go for those commercially available industrial lighting systems. What’s important is that it doesn’t strain the eyes, restrict movement, or cause annoying glare on glass doors, windows, and monitor screen.

If you’re not sure yet which colors, furniture, and kind of lighting to apply and use, it would be best to consult with a certified design company with expertise at TGC.

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