Large Meeting Spaces
If your office conference room is large, pick a neutral color that works with your scheme. This will help the room feel calm and welcoming to your clients. This is especially important if your meeting space has few windows and limited natural lighting.
You can make the room feel more modern by including sleek tables and brightly colored chairs. The addition of soft lighting will also liven up the room.
Softening the room is important if your conference room often holds trade shows or other large events. Walking around a fluorescent-lit room is the norm, but with warmer tones, you’ll set the new standard.
If your office conference room is large, you may also want to consider hiring a commercial painting company. They’ll work with your paint colors and vision to get your office back-in-business in no time.
Small Meeting Spaces
To revitalize small conference rooms, consider adding an accent wall. Choose a neutral color for your conference room to paint three walls of your room. Then, pick a different color from your scheme to paint the fourth wall.
To select an accent wall, think about where in the room receives the most light. If you want to paint a darker color on your accent wall, place it where the light will hit the majority of the time. If you want a brighter color, paint it on the second lightest wall for a balanced look.
It’s not recommended to paint your accent wall on the wall with the most windows. This will chop up the color too much and maybe distracting for your clients and employees.
Best Paint Quality
After carefully deciding on your paint color, you want to ensure your room looks the best it can.
If you’re going back to your office soon, you may want to look into services that provide a commercial painting job. This will secure a high-quality paint job for years to come.
But, if you’re a DIY-aficionado, here are a few tips for painting your conference room in a jiff.
Prepare Your Walls
The first step to having beautiful walls is to prep your space. This means scraping off any residue, peeling paint, or flakes. If you haven’t inspected the walls in a bit, be sure to check for any mold or easy-to-miss cracks.
If you run into any cracks, fill them in with caulk. Then, scrape the excess so it lies flat to the wall and sand.
Pick Ideal Weather Conditions
To make sure your paint sticks fully, wait for dry weather. If the humidity in your area is too high, it can cause paint to drip. Or, worse, your paint can dry slowly, setting your project back by several days.
Choose Materials Wisely
The more you invest in your project, the higher quality you will have. Go for high-quality brushes and paint to avoid streaks.
When you paint evenly and smoothly the first time, you’ll cut down on your project’s time.