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Good workplace design should include, first and foremost, the selection of a desk of optimum height, the purchase of a comfortable chair, and the choice of a light source of the right intensity. However, it is also worth bearing in mind well-being and decoration. Thus, the question is: how do you choose artwork for your office?

The right colours help you to concentrate, choose a painting for your office

When choosing the colours that dominate our office, it is worth considering what goal we want to achieve. Do we want it to make it easier to concentrate, perhaps we need stress relief or want to add to our desire to get things done? In this article, we present several colour options for different needs.

Cold colours, various shades of blue

A good idea for arranging your office is to use cold colours. They will help us to concentrate and improve our efficiency. In addition, cool colours tend to have a calming effect on the mind and body. A great example of a painting, dominated by blue, which you can find in our offer is a work by Andrzej Ciołek entitled "My own way. Without a sieve". This trowel was executed in oil on canvas and has the following dimensions: 95 x 80 cm.

Stress-relieving greenery

One of the many benefits of greenery is that it helps to rest tired eyes. At a time when a great many people spend most of their day in front of a computer screen, a painting in which greenery dominates can be a hit. An interesting example of a painting in a calming green colour is the work by Izabela Drzewiecka, "In Tuscany". The artist used acrylic and oil paints. The work was painted on canvas and has the following dimensions: 50 x 70 cm.

Creative yellow

Yellow is a colour full of optimism and evokes a desire for action. An office with yellow elements can stimulate creativity and is very likely to work well in the workplaces of creative professions. Speaking of yellow, it is worth noting the work by Stanisław Brajer entitled "Rhythm of Destiny", executed in oil on canvas. The work measures 100 x 50 cm.

Added 2022-09-18 in Inspirations by Alicja Graczyk

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