Commercial painting contractors on Long Island likely have plenty of stories to tell of the color schemes they have discovered in the offices they set out to paint. We've seen our fair share, to be sure. What colors do you want in your office? It all hinges on what you want out of it.
For the most part, offices tend to be painted in a lot of neutral colors. Beige, white, etc. While this can be a little boring, it is less likely to offend the average eye. This is what most large offices seek, as the employer is dealing with many people with varying tastes. Colleges and government buildings tend to follow this same line of thinking, as well.
Speaking of government buildings, have you seen that nearly all government offices are painted the exact same color no matter where in the country you go? It's kind of scary, don't you think?
While most offices tend to take the neutral approach, we have come across some that are - for lack of a better term - quite radical. Easter egg pastels, dark and earthy colors, neons. We've come across them all. As long as these colors are in the right office they're perfectly fine. The bright neon colors might not be the best choice in a law firm or accountants' office, but in a pediatrician's office they would be ideal. Kids get bored with plain white colors, and as a result they tend to want to draw all over such surfaces. And while earthy colors might be ideal for a library or similar place where a soothing aura is good, these colors might not work in a place where some level of intensity and stimulation is required, like a brokerage house.
What sort of atmosphere do you want your office to have? Strictly professional? Loose and creative? A soothing and relaxing environment? Determine what you need, then get the best Long Island painters in to paint your office. Unsure? Ask your contractor! Commercial painting contractors worth their salt will be able to make several recommendations for you.
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project. Also published at Neutral Or Radical - How Best To Paint A Long Island Office