Paint Your Walls Right to Get the Most from Your Business

The color of your office space, medical or dental office, restaurant, large store or small shop speaks much more about your business than you think. The choice of colors you paint your walls, ceiling, and even the floor, radiates a great deal about you, your business, your employees, and ultimately your product and service. The kind of “vibe” your place of business resonates through its aesthetics can affect the way it is run, and ultimately how it makes money.

Something a skilled commercial painter well knows is that the color that envelops a room has an effect on the mood of people inside it. Your employees may find themselves in a more energetic and creative mood with a room painted in red. A doctor’s office is usually painted all white to exude a feeling of cleanliness and purity. A dentist’s office might do well in pale blue, which tends to have a calming effect. Have you ever felt like you’re gravitating to a certain shop at the mall just because their interior looks so inviting? That’s the same technique in action, which uses mood colors that can boost your business.

Get Ready for Your Commercial Painter

Begin by understanding what your product or service is all about. What image or vibe are you trying to communicate? Do you want a feeling of warmth and coziness or something young and funky? Who is your product or service for? Identify your target market: are they children and youth or families and couples? Knowing what you want out of your business will help you choose the perfect color scheme to communicate this and attract the right customers.

Once you’ve got this information ready, contact your local commercial painter for assistance. They will have a vast selection of paint colors to show you, and excellent advice on how to choose colors that will help you create the mood you want your business to reflect. A commercial painter is an expert in color schemes, and knows how to combine different shades to arrive at the perfect paint color combination.

A Commercial Painter Knows about Color Impact

We already know that color affects mood. This is the reason why certain successful business groups use Paint Cans Filled with Paintspecific color schemes to boost their business. Have you ever wondered why burger chains use mainly yellow and red? Yellow is the color that exudes a feeling of happiness and joy among people, while red promotes excitement and stimulates conversations.

A popular coffee shop uses shades of deep green and maroon on their walls. This surely wasn’t a random decision. Those deep green and maroon colors are complementary and together bring a feeling of warmth and richness to the space. They combine successfully to give off a mood of comfort, coziness, and togetherness.

Red is also known as the most “impressive” of all colors. Depending on your business, using this combination may help to attract more clients. Need a better design concept, as well? Consult a professional commercial painter with experience, one who offers built-in services in interior design.

Let an Expert Commercial Painter be Your Guide

There is no doubt about the connection between various colors and the moods of people. A good commercial painter offers business groups important information on business-friendly colors, as well as best to combine different shades to arrive at the desired color motif. Once you truly understand what you want from your business, contact your experienced commercial painter to assist you through the entire process, from final color choices to applying that final coat.

Before you jump to add just any color to your business space, make sure that you really understand what your products and services are all about and how you want to convey their appeal to potential customers, clients or patients. Your color choices can make a huge difference about how you communicate your brand, and how your market perceives you.

Vancouver painter and contractor Peter Byrne“PETER BYRNE is the owner and hands-on manager of Kassel Painting Limited. In the last two decades he has run over 1500 painting projects totalling $5.5M. There is little that can go right (or wrong) on a job-site he has not seen, solved, and lived to talk about.”

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