Working from home more often? Give your Office a New Lease on Life! - Paintway

With working from home being the norm, we have the perfect guides to help you transform your space to be more effective. Whether you want to maximise productivity in your home office or set up an effective workout space in your garage, we have a few tips and tricks to transform your home spaces with colours that are designed to inspire.

Working from home has shifted from a temporary solution during the pandemic to a more permanent way of working. There has never been a better time to transform your home office into a welcoming and productive space. But what goes into setting up the ultimate home office? We break down what you can do to create your dream productive home office.

Pick your colour

Colour has been shown to have a significant impact on our mood and therefore our productivity when working. When selecting your new office hue, avoiding cool tones will prevent your office from feeling too clinical. If you want to take it a step further, consider the kind of work you do in your office. Highly saturated, bright colours are stimulating (perfect for creative jobs), while muted warm colours are soothing (better for jobs requiring high focus). Our top picks? Warm neutrals are a versatile way to soothe your mood, while easily complementing an array of colour palettes. We would suggest a warm grey-beige or a warm white colour. For something more eye-catching, opt for peach and soft corals. These colours are known to help improve focus and boost concentration and creativity.

Wanting something a little bolder than warm-neutrals? Highly saturated tones like jewel tones and earthy greens act as the perfect backdrop for inspiring creativity and maintaining focus.

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