It’s officially summer and, after a long hiatus, the world is reopening. Across the state – and the country – businesses are unlocking their doors and welcoming customers inside. With so many fresh eyes on your business, it’s definitely a great time to consider interior office painting. Your interior is one of the first things that potential customers use to form an opinion about your business. Are you organized and tidy? Bright and cheerful? Warm and inviting? These are all impressions that your interior conveys and, because of that, things that you could consider when planning a painting project. In today’s post, we’re going to look at three of the most important reasons why you should consider refreshing your office interior to welcome visitors back.
As we said above, your business’ interior design is one of the first things your customers see. Whether they’re a new or old customer, you always want to put your best foot forward. And, while upscale furniture, modern decor, and a nice layout can go a long way, they can all be complemented with the perfect paint color. Your office’s paint acts as a frame for everything inside your building, it puts the entire atmosphere of your office into context. Just like you wouldn’t put a valuable family photo in a cheap frame, you shouldn’t put your most important asset – your business’ image – in an imperfect context.
Rebrand and Refresh
If being shut down has made you take a long, hard look at your business’ image, you may be thinking about interior office painting as a way to rebrand. Do you have a new logo that you can use as a reference to select interior paint colors? Have you replaced old furniture and the new items don’t exactly match the color of your walls? Let the experts at Van Tuinen Painting help you identify complementary colors that’ll flow with your interior and – by extension – elevate the prestige and atmosphere of your building and brand.
Boost Sales and Morale
Studies have shown that colors can improve mood, productivity, and feelings of contentment. Are you looking to improve employee satisfaction? Try soft, subdued blue walls that boost morale. Want to create a sense of luxury? Try gold, silver, or purple walls. No matter what your goals are, you can use color psychology to work toward them. And, of course, the team at Van Tuinen Painting is more than happy to help!
At Van Tuinen Painting, we strive to create positive customer experiences and, above all else, work to deliver breathtaking results. With over 45 years of experience and more than 11,000 jobs under our belt, we have the tools, knowhow, and ability to meet – and exceed – your expectations. So, if you’re looking to refresh your interior after this long lockdown, contact us today to learn how we can assist.