Loft DecorationTransitional Home Office, London

This is an example of a traditional home office in London with green walls, carpet, a freestanding desk, grey floors and a vaulted ceiling. —  Houzz
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webuser_86787457284HU-86787457284 wrote:30 April 2021
  • Louis Blackman
    26 days ago

    Yes what colour is it

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to 5 Ways to Bring Mood-boosting Nature Into Your Home Office24 March 2021

Go dark and earthy with paintBringing nature into your workspace with colour may also have benefits. A study highlighted by done at the University of Texas in the US found that pale colours, including grey, white and beige, reduced productivity, while red tended to be distracting. Blue/green shades provided the best environment for working. As such, did some of its own research and landed on a deep, pine forest green as the optimum shade for the home office to encourage focus and clarity as well as optimism. It’s also a hue that will soothe the eyes, especially when you’ve been looking at a screen all day.Search the Houzz Professionals Directory for reviewed interior designers in your area.

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shaaba added this to library22 May 2021

optimal color according to for office

Marnie Bristow-Harris added this to Marnie's Ideas29 April 2021

Colour of walls and ceiling contract, and splashes of mustard

anne_mcginty24 added this to anne_mcginty24's ideas25 April 2021

dark jade green with neutral carpet

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