Decorating your office can be challenging for two reasons:
The first is that you have to be able to get work done. That antique writing table may look great, but if it doesn’t fit your storage needs and is the wrong height you will be miserable.
The second reason is only relevant if people will see your office (clients, coworkers, colleagues, you get the idea). Whether they want to admit it or not, visitors to your office will consider the appearance of your office when forming an opinion about you and the quality of your work….plaster those spring break tequila shot selfies on the wall of your cubicle and you can kiss that promotion good-bye.
It turns out that inappropriate office decor isn’t the only thing that can hold you back from making a good impression. It has been scientifically proven, that the colors in your office will impact your work and influence visitors. So how do you know which color(s) is right for your office?
I recently updated the post Choosing an Office Color Scheme, in the LEARN section of the website. It was too long and boring (and that is coming from the author…me). I added fun new graphics that should make it easier to follow and implement. To read the entire post click here. For a summary, see the fun graphic below: