Interior colour trends are often overlooked by property managers and business owners when selecting a colour palette for a commercial painting project. Neutral tones and shades of white are the usual go-to choices for interior business painting projects, but they don’t have to be. Choosing a bold wall paint colour can be good for business. If neutrals and whites are where your project’s palette needs lie, inspiration from today’s top colour trends can still help you get the most out of your professional painting services.
In this article, we’re taking a look at five ways you can use this season’s colour trends to make the walls of your commercial painting project look superb.
Use Natural Tones in Your Commercial Space
Nature continues to be a leading inspiration for interior and exterior design trends in 2020. And, it will no doubt continue to guide interior colour choices well into the new decade. Bring a sense of tranquillity and comfort into communal living spaces, such as a condominium lobby or hallway, easily with colours inspired by the following calming, serene landscapes.
Forest green, such as Oakmoss, by Sherwin-Williams, is sure to add a sense of comfort to any interior commercial space where dark, rich tones are particularly appreciated. Consider this shade for an upscale hotel lounge or accent colour in a conference room rich with wood details.
Creamy, enchanting greys are lovely choices for wall colours in commercial spaces where natural light and multi-purpose spaces dominate. Conference rooms, office work areas, or a local bakery can welcome employees and patrons with an appealing, subtle grey. Try Pearl Gray, from the Sherwin-Williams 2021 colour forecast.
Let Your Commercial Painting Project Embrace Simplicity
Simplicity is on-trend for 2021. This means now is the perfect time to embrace a “less is more” approach to commercial interior design. However, having smaller and fewer items in a room doesn’t necessarily mean less colour. On the contrary, colourful walls are a great way to add a sense of richness to an interior space without adding physical clutter.
Modern Bohemian Rust
Commercial interior designers are finding inspiration from the trending modern bohemian design style. The modern bohemian style is a fusion of minimalist-contemporary designs with traditional elements. Layers of natural textures, such as indoor plants, are combined with clean lines and light-coloured wood. The Sherwin-Williams paint colour, Tarnished Trumpet, is a warm choice that can unify opposing design styles.
Mid-Century Minimalist White
Suppose white walls are the only option for your interior commercial painting project. In that case, there is no shortage of trendy, clean, and neutral white tones to choose from. Select a trending white paint colour to add some mid-century style to a boutique, dental office waiting area, or school classroom. Try High Reflective White by Sherwin-Williams.
Try Pantone’s Colour of the Year For An Interior Commercial Painting Project
Every fall, the trend forecasting guru’s at WGSN unveil the top colour consumers should expect to see the following year.
WGSN has declared that Pantone’s turquoise shade, Al Aqua, is set to take over the design world in 2021. If you’re stuck searching for a colour to provide mass appeal, such as in a restaurant, clothing store, or public space, consider using Pantone’s cheerful and calming Al Aqua.
Use Moloney Painting’s Commercial Painting Services in Victoria, BC
Commercial painting projects in the Victoria, BC area are always successful and hassle-free experiences when the expert crew at Moloney Painting is brought in to complete the job. We’ve been a respected commercial painting company serving the Greater Victoria Area for 25+ years. Contact our experienced team for the best commercial painting services in the area.