Welcome to the second installment of our new “Color Revelations” series where we take a look at how color plays an integral role in human behavior and our working environments.
Choosing the right color for your workspace can greatly improve productivity, creativity, wellness, and much more in your employees. Therefore, when considering what colors to use in your workplace, it should never be an afterthought.
According to studies, working in offices with neutral chromatic atmospheres, like grey, will increase the risk of burnout by 15% and decrease productivity by 12%. But there are other options if you’re not ready to make a leap towards bold and vibrant hues. Instead, opt for earthy tones to inspire feelings of tranquility and serenity. And don’t be afraid to add small pops of red, blue, and pastel yellows for a bit of fun.
The colors spotlighted in this installment can work anywhere, whether it be in an office, home, educational, or hospitality setting. Since people have been spending more time indoors than ever before, these earth-inspired tones will provide a much-needed lightness, along with the warmth and freshness that being outdoors brings.
Tones of tans and rattan mixed with airy greys will offer up sophistication and will stand the test of time in a variety of environments. And make sure to spark your design senses with the addition of biophilic items such as lush green plants. This will only further enhance and elevate your workspace.
Find some inspiration below.
Light shades of brown can also create a consistent background to brighten accents of colorful décor. Use functional objects such as acoustic poufs or potted plants that also have a decorative value.
Showcased in the above image: BuzziMilk Side Table in Ash Natural and Ash Black Stained.
Natural elements also help to bring in the indoors in. These circular stools crafted in wood aid in creating a serene environment.
Flexible acoustic seating solutions to help design areas for informal meetings and collaborations, all while encouraging a sense of togetherness.
The addition of our acoustic solutions helped to create comfortable and productive workspaces so students could properly focus and thrive.
When it comes to acoustic treatment for your home studio, it can be difficult to know where to start. Acoustic treatment is commonly used to control sound reflections. But knowing how (or why) to do this is something audio professionals can spend years training their ears to pick up on.