How to choose the right colour for your commercial property

Commercial buildings need a fresh coat of paint from time to time just as homes do. It is beneficial to your business to add modern touches to your landscaping design as well. That said, certain buildings look best with certain neutral colours but commercial buildings cannot be painted just any colour without consideration.

It may surprise you to learn just how much inspiration you may find looking around your office parking lot /block for certain aspects that would be better highlighted by a specific building colour.

You must ask yourself whether you want your building to stand out from its surroundings or to blend in with them.

Sometimes extremely bright wall colours are used, because ‘standing out’ is considered attractive and smart. Although standing out is important for a commercial business, you should nevertheless first look to common colours associated with your logo and branding.

Many companies overlook this simple and obvious trick and fail to take advantage of lasting branding recognition built directly onto the building’s walls. This will publicize your brand in a way that is subtle and effective.

Colours play a key role in the emotions felt by those who visit the building, and certain colours are more conducive to a productive work environment than others. Colours such as blue, green, or yellow are great options because they help to promote a feeling of soothing, safety, or energy.

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Speak with your landlord about the choice to paint the exterior walls, because you may have limitations.

Happy Painting.

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