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Home working is on the rise, but how can you make sure it works for you and that you avoid all of those likely distractions>
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Work life can be stressful. Stop yourself from burning out by recognising the signs

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4 Top Colour Trends To Bring Into The Office Today

Investing in computer security and storage is just one part of making your office fit for purpose - you also need to think long and hard about what you want your office to look like and how you can make it a pleasant working environment for your members of staff. Colour is one of the best (and easiest) ways of breathing new life into your workplace and the shades you choose can directly impact productivity levels in the office. Here are four colour trends to consider introducing this year.

Feminine shades

If your office is predominantly female, you might want to see how you can make it feminine and inviting so that people look forward to coming to work each day. Blush shades have been big news for a while but you can temper them and make it feel less girly by bringing in metallic tones like coppers and golds to really accentuate the pastel colours.

Earthy hues

Look to the desert for a spot of inspiration over the next few months and you can't really go wrong. Bring in yellows, oranges, deep greens and blues, and you'll have a stunning office aesthetic that appeals to absolutely everyone. It's also easy to bring in other more neutral shades if you want to mix it up a bit in the future.

Go retro

Dulux's recent Colour Forecast 2016 featured retro shades that bring in muted colours like olive greens and browns, and pairs them with louder hues like acid brights for a brilliant and bright look that's sure to inspire. Perhaps keep the acid brights for accent pieces, however, or it might be a bit overpowering for your employees.

Rose Quartz

It's always a good idea to see what colours Pantone thinks will be big news and for spring this year, the company came up with some stunning shades that would look lovely in your office. Rose Quartz is just one of them and we love how it looks when put up against the likes of Peach Echo, Snorkel Blue and Lilac Gray.


http://www.dulux.com.au/colour/colour-trends-2016/retro
http://www.pantone.com/pages/fcr/?season=spring&year=2016&pid=11
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