The use of colour has an intense effect on how we feel and behave. Throughout history, painters have used colour and their countless shades to influence how people respond to the images they create. It's all thanks to their work that terms such as 'feeling blue' (sadness) and 'seeing red' (angry) have become popular expressions to use to describe how we feel. This is what's known as 'colour psychology' and it can be applied in an office refurbishment to boost collaboration, creativity and co-operation.
Using colour psychology in office refurbishment
If you're interested in boosting the effect that your office interiors have on your employees, why not start with the walls? Understanding the basics of colour psychology will help you to get a better handle on how to create a space that gets the very best from your workforce.
Here's our guide on how colour affects the behaviour of people, and how you can harness its power to maximise business results: