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4 Areas Of Your Business You Can Have Your Commercial Painting Contractor Upgrade With Color

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Your business is reliant on looking great both inside and out, and if you have the right paint applied in certain areas of your business's interior and exterior, you can really make a difference in the way your building appeals to your customers. If you don't need a whole new paint overhaul on your building, you can still benefit from some commercial painting upgrades here and there.

Here are four areas of the building you can improve with a fresh coat of paint done by your commercial painting contractors. Discuss your budget, along with the colors you want to have put on your walls, with your commercial painting specialists.

The bathrooms

Consider adding a single accent wall to the bathrooms. This can make these areas appear larger and look more modern and welcoming. Consider a single dark accent wall in a complementary color to the rest of the bathroom's space to really make these areas pop without much other renovation involved.

The lobby

The best color for a lobby may be light blue, since it encourages a sense of calm and relaxation. This is why this is a common color for doctor offices and hospital lobbies. Earth tones, such as a light brown or a gray, can also be used. If your lobby has a darker color, it might be best to tone down the color a bit by having your commercial painting contractors add a lighter accent wall or go over the walls with a lighter shade of the same color.

The exterior entry

The exterior entry of your building can be painted a vibrant color like turquoise, dark green, goldenrod, or even a maroon color. Use recessed exterior lighting to make this entry color really pop. This makes your exterior entry more exciting and helps give the building curb appeal and dimension in a surprising way. Your commercial painting specialist can help you pick the best exterior color for your entry so you make the space look grand and welcoming at the same time.

The break room

Make the break room more exciting and enjoyable for your employees by repainting the space with cheery color. Consider a vibrant soft yellow or a soft desert orange color to make the space cheerful and fun. Your break room can be updated by just adding a bright accent wall if you don't want to commit to painting the entire break room in a vibrant and eye-catching color. Many cheerful paint colors exist to make the best out of any break room.