Home Office Color Ideas – If you’re like me, your home office is the neglected space of your home décor. I used to keep my home office relatively bare since I focused my style efforts on the living room, master bedroom and alike – since these where they place I entertain guest and hang out in the most. Once I put some time and effort into making my home office more inviting and comfortable, I started spending more time in there. And, guess what? I started getting more work done.
One of the easiest and most affordable ways to update your office is painting. With so many home office paint color ideas out there, I wanted to highlight a few of my favorites and elaborate on how they can physiologically and stylistically improve your home office experience.
Red Home Office
For everyone who strive to attain a sensual and dynamic ambiance in the home office, this is the perfect shade. The burn red is a synonym for passionate, sensual and dynamic ambiance. The excessive energy that comes from the dashingly vibrant burnt red shade is smartly eased down with the white home office furniture.
Cream & White Stripe
If you are looking for traditional, understated elegance, this palette may be just the thing for you. Any girl would be lucky to call this her home office.
The striped wall is pretty darn simple to do, but man does it make a big impact in a small room. This simple yet impactful style and color pair well with almost anything, but I think they look best with farmhouse modern and contemporary décor.
Lovely Light Green
Gorgeous green white home office with zebra rug. By only painting one wall and leaving the others and the adjacent cabinet’s white, they have opened up the possibilities of styling the room with a sophisticated neutral palette. We found Easy Green by Sherwin Williams to be a good match.
Chic Blush Pink
This work space has me tickled pink. What chic girl, wouldn’t want to use this space for writing, studying, or just being effortlessly fabulous? What keeps it from looking like it belongs in a little girl’s bedroom is its dusty undertones – I feel like I am looking at an Arizona sunset on this wall.
Two Tone Sea Blue
This minimalist color and dichotomy of the two tone wall creates so much visual interested without being busy. Two tone walls have the ability to create height in the room and lineal lines can make the space look larger as well. The styling of this office focuses heavily on natural wood and industrial elements, but would also look good with metals if the rest of the palette is kept natural.
Greyge is a relatively new tern to describe the lovely color trend of grey and beige. It has a delightful warmth but is much more modern that tradition beige. Another thing I am loving about this color is the ease of it. It literally goes with everything. It can be styled chic, romantic, modern, and minimalist. It’s the most beautiful neutral I have ever seen.
Gorgeous Dark Gray
Grey home office workspaces. This deep gray color is a game changer. I’m sure you have noticed over the last few year how popular grey has become for home décor and paint, and for good reason. It’s the new, modern natural and pairs well with nearly any color and most wood grains.
Cool Yellow Accent
The color yellow is known for being empowering, joyful and innovative. You’ll find Illuminate Me by Valspar to be a great match. I suggest you get a good primer built in if you choose to go with yellow so you get the pop you are looking for.
Dark Teal Dream
This rich, glossy, deep teal is the stuff dreams are made of. This home office screams luxury to me. The rich color paired with the black whites and pops of orange keep is very current but somehow timeless. If you are going for modern elegance, this look cannot not be beat.