- Consider your flooring and overall décor. Identify shades that pair well with your furniture and flooring to reduce the need for a complete interior design overhaul.
- Decide if you need to have a low maintenance paint that requires little upkeep. Darker tones in a satin finish are more forgiving of scuffs and fingerprints. High-gloss and lighter paints are more reflective and tend to emphasize flaws.
- Match your interior colors with your branding. Use paints that mesh with your logo.
- Identify complimentary colors if using more than one. Look at a color wheel and use two colors on opposite ends of the wheel. Pick relevant tints of those two colors – one as an accent, the other as your primary wall color.
- Use psychology to your advantage. The interior paint color of your commercial space affects your workers’ and your customers’ moods. Choose your color(s) based on the action you want to elicit. For example, red is known to trigger action, so it would be suitable for a sales office.
- Don’t forget about white paint. A neutral coat of white paint can make your office, lobby, or meeting room look crisp and clean. Keep in mind that it will require maintenance to remain fresh.
When it comes to the finish, it doesn’t matter as much as it did in years past. The majority of paint companies now offer washable and stain-resistant paints in finishes from matte to high-gloss.
Contact Advanced Painting Service, a Commercial Painter in North Richland Hills, Texas
Advanced Painting Service is an award-winning commercial painting company that provides, commercial, residential, and industrial painting services. Call us at 817.788.8600 or send a request online to discuss your project.