Color in the office, perhaps more than any other design element, is crucial in defining a space.\u00a0Choosing them correctly can help increase employee productivity and motivation, as well as promote better corporate branding.\u00a0 The fact that color in the office has a clear physical and emotional impact on people makes it advisable to use it consciously to facilitate different activities. Color in the office, a matter of balance For example, recent studies have shown that totally gray, beige or white offices negatively affect the psychological state of women, while spaces in which purple and orange predominate generate gloomy feelings in men. In this context, it is crucial to understand what each color contributes to choose it according to the desired objective and the functionality of each space.\u00a0The goal is to achieve a proper color balance. What color is more suitable for an office? As new studies on the psychology of color emerge, trends in use evolve. Today in the interior of the offices pastel colors and tones that evoke nature have a lot of prominence, since they help us in the objective of creating increasingly pleasant and comfortable offices. Brown and beige tones have relaxing effects.\u00a0Therefore, they fit very well in informal spaces or \/ and in those more social, where you can take a break and have a coffee. Neutral colors in the office When it comes to choosing color in the office, as a general rule people choose to paint with a base of neutral colors, such as white, light blue and light gray, to which a touch of color is added. \u00a0However, that touch is not enough to create a pleasant atmosphere.\u00a0The important thing is a design that uses color intentionally, and to consider all the elements of the office interior, from the walls to the furniture. On many occasions, it is the excess of color, and not its absence, that negatively impacts the well-being of employees.\u00a0This bad choice, on many occasions, is due to a wrong interpretation of how the office can be the showcase of a corporate brand. A tip to improve the color in the office: neutral tones fit together.\u00a0They are a perfect base to introduce colors and not saturate an environment. White, the color for a bright office Painting in white is always a success.\u00a0It is the perfect color to create a neutral and luminous base.\u00a0It captures the outside light and multiplies it because it reflects it (up to 90%).\u00a0Bright rooms feel more spacious and comfortable.\u00a0White helps concentration and also gives an appearance of cleanliness and general order. Pastel colors also give us a greater sensation of luminosity.\u00a0The result is optimized by mixing them with plants, achieving a cozy and cheerful atmosphere.\u00a0Lilac, violet, or pastel purple are recommendable for small details to activate imagination and curiosity. Warm colors stimulate and bring luminosity Warm colors, made up of red, yellow and their combinations, stimulate us.\u00a0Red is implemented in small doses, whether in accessories, furniture or even lighting, with the idea of \u200b\u200bbreaking the schemes and creating environments that provide energy to workers.\u00a0The same goes for orange.\u00a0It is advisable to use these colors in certain pieces of furniture to provide luminosity, but not as the main tone.\u00a0Used locally - for example, in informal spaces or welcoming areas - they create very pleasant and colorful spaces.\u00a0Orange encourages interaction with others in a more informal way. Cold colors in the face of stress Green is a cool color;\u00a0it represents nature, growth and hope.\u00a0It has a relaxing effect and favors concentration.\u00a0Therefore, it is suitable for individual workstations, gathering spaces and training areas. Blue - especially in its more subdued tones - represents tranquility, with a calming effect on people.\u00a0It is the ideal color for environments and workplaces with a high level of stress. On the other hand, saturated blues or cyan are perfect to increase the alertness of workers, especially in the case of those who work night shifts. Blue creates a feeling of spaciousness and elimination of physical spaces.\u00a0In addition, it is to everyone\u2019s liking.\u00a0It is ideal for office furniture.\u00a0It brightens up white, cream, gray or beige walls exceptionally and blends well with stronger shades such as orange or yellow. Each person has their own preferences, but in general, we all perceive a physical reaction to the sensation that a color produces, such as cold in a blue room or hot in another painted red.\u00a0For most people they are common reactions.