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Creating a more modern space

We've just started up a medical practise, and we need to redecorate our space to make it look modern and sleek. The building we are moving into was vacant for a while before we moved in, and it looks a bit dated and old. One of the first things we did was remove all of the old wallpaper and replace it with a nice clean layer of semi-sheen paint, and it's made such a huge difference already. This blog has the whole decorating project, as I thought it might be useful for other business administrators and business owners looking to redecorate.

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Three Colours To Consider Before Painting Your Daycare Facility

In 2014, the Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that almost 1 in 2 Australian children go to a daycare facility. As a daycare facility owner who is in the final design stages of your new building, the interior paint colour you choose right now could make a huge difference to the behaviour of the children who will soon be under your care. Colours impact the psychological behaviour of people, so which colours are best for the walls of your daycare?

Blue

A soft, baby blue, such as the colour of a cloud-free sky, must be the number one choice for the parts of your daycare where you wish the children to be stable and calm. For example, the nap room is an ideal place to paint blue.

Blue is a colour which reminds people of the calming effect of nature. As mentioned above, a blue sky or a fresh blue ocean are both natural elements used to calm the frenzied mind. A calm, happy child is one who is easy to teach and who will pay attention.

Yellow

Yellow is the colour to be used in rooms where you want children to be happy, optimistic and fresh. If you have a room in your daycare which is dedicated to learning, then yellow is a colour to be considered for here.

Yellow is the colour of the sun, which provides the energy needed for life to grow. Yellow is also thought to invoke creativity in those around it, and creativity is one thing your attendees will need as they tackle their schoolwork.

Red

Limit the amount of red in the reading, nap and learning rooms of your daycare as it is a colour that invokes passion and emotion. Highly-charged emotive children are distracted and not as easy to teach as those who are calm and focussed. However, red is the perfect colour for an indoor play area where the kids will play sports. This colour will get the blood flowing and the kids expending energy while they are having a lot of fun.

Discuss these colour choices with your painter to narrow down the exact shades you want in your daycare facility. By putting these colour choices into the appropriate areas of your building, you help the children attending your facility to be mentally prepared for the day ahead. The more mentally prepared the children are, the better their chances of success while under your roof. For more information, contact companies like Armani Painting.