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It’s snow good… office furniture needs a splash of colour!

Dec 14, 2017

Yes… we’ve managed it, we’ve found a link between snow and office furniture! Of course, you’ll probably groan and say we’ve got one track minds. But when everything’s been white outside, suddenly a splash of colour does start to be appreciated. And it’s not just about aesthetics, either.

Yes… we’ve managed it, we’ve found a link between snow and office furniture! Of course, you’ll probably groan and say we’ve got one track minds. But when everything’s been white outside, suddenly a splash of colour does start to be appreciated. And it’s not just about aesthetics, either. Getting the colour scheme right with your office furniture can actually make a difference to productivity and efficiency. Here’s how…

Blue Office Furniture…
Blue is calming. If you have a workspace full of office furniture and you need it to be a peaceful environment in which people can concentrate… then make it blue. Take your Accounts Department, for example. Lots of intricate detail that requires long spells of attention to get things right. Why not have your book keepers sitting in blue office chairs, surrounded by blue office screening? Frame them with a sea of gentle colour and you’ll reap the rewards with the output of their concentration.

Yellow and Orange Office Furniture…
Creativity starts to pulse when people are surrounded by yellow and orange. You may not think that an intense flash yellow in your office furniture is the best thing for the staid dimensions of your work space, but it’s worth thinking again. These colours are linked to emotions like happiness, optimism and joy. If you need innovative ideas to flow, then a burst of these bright hues will make a difference.

Red Office Furniture…
Red is a vibrant colour; it’s an energizer. If your staff are getting up from their office desks regularly, then having red as the accent colour in your office furniture is not a bad idea. Red boosts the body’s ability to respond to physical tasks; it’s a ‘call to action’. Don’t miss out on a trick here, if you need your staff up and moving around. Something as simple as choosing office furniture with the right tone could get them buzzing.

Green Office Furniture…
Green is an interesting colour because it can draw out different emotions. However, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to suggest that green is often associated with nature and nurturing; health and vitality. If you need a less anxious workforce, then surround them with office furniture tinted with shades of green.

White Office Furniture…
Well, we had to finish where we started, really, didn’t we? The bright white of the recent snow flurries may already be fading to a distant memory, but the desire for a flash of colour as you walk into the office isn’t. Of course, there is a place for white office furniture. White has a clinical feel to it, and there are times when that is exactly what you need to achieve. But don’t’ worry, you can always throw in a rainbow tint if you want to… White definitely isn’t the new black yet.

So there you have it. If you’re thinking about how to bring bright zing into work, it’s worth spending an extra few minutes contemplating how your office furniture could achieve this for you. At CamHam we have many office furniture ranges that come in a wide variety of colours. You can make it pick and mix, or pick and match, it’s entirely up to you. Just give us a call and let us help!

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