The home office working environment
The boundary between work life and personal life can be difficult when working from home so creating that balance is key. The home has become an office, and offices are becoming more like homes as we are spending most of our time in them. We need beautiful places to work at home, and new inspiration and tips for how to do this. Proud Paints is here to help you create boundaries between the two.
- It can seem overwhelming when looking at a large space like an office and know where to start- choosing colours for different areas of work is key, for example an office environment is usually filled with cool, light paint tones such as our Pale Periwinkle or Doves Wing. Using light tones create an open space that allows you to feel comfortable and work without distractions. Or for example a digital media office can be a little bolder with more warm and colorful tones.
- When working from home it is important to distinguish the difference between the work environment and the home environment and choosing the right shade can help do that.
- Using monochromatic colour scheme means using different variations of the same colour. Taking one colour and displaying lighter & darker tones and shades of a singular colour. It is an uncomplicated design that gives off a relaxed and professional vibe.
- Contrasting colour scheme means using colours opposite each other on the colour wheel. If you look here within our website, Proud Paints complementary colours schemes, which are visible after you choose your colour and paint finish.
- Harmonious Colour Scheme is using the colours from the colour wheel that are next to each other and therefore work well together, here at proud paints we can help you achieve the perfect workspace. If you look here within our website, Proud Paints comparison colours schemes, which are visible after you choose your colour and paint finish.