Unbeknownst to many, the paint in a room affects people’s productivity in it. To put it simply, a neutral-colored space will impact someone’s learning/working potential differently than a vividly painted room. Science suggests that a positive learning environment improves concentration, activates memory, and enhances a person’s overall performance. And what better way to create a facilitating working atmosphere than coloring the walls with inspiring hues?

As widely known, wall paint sets the mood of a place. So, unsurprisingly the color in your study will determine how powerful the learning environment will be. Suffice to say, if you want to work at total capacity and be a hundred percent efficient, you want to color the walls in your study smartly. To help you do that, we have rounded up the top four color choices for the study that will give you an idea about how to go about painting your in-home workplace.

Igniting Red

Red is known for charging people and motivating them to do their best. It is a potent hue that is ideal for a study. Like most colors, red can be used in multiple shades as a lacquer. You can stain your studio with scarlet, ruby, or crimson red, depending on your personal preference. But regardless of the tone of red you pick for your work studio, it will provide you with a positive learning environment.

Calming Blue

Do you tend to reduce to a ball of nerves when exams are near? Does your stress during exam season goes through the roof and make studying that much harder for you? If so, then you should consider coloring your in-home library a shade of soothing pastel blue because it is known to calm out-of-control nerves.

Don’t take our word for it; shade a wall in your studio with spruce blue or any similar neutral tone of blue and see the impact it has on your productivity.

Sunny Yellow

Anything that reminds a person of the sun has to be cheerful. This means that applying yellow paint on the walls in your study will brighten up the space and cheer you up instantly, which will help you perform better.

But bear in mind, yellow can get visually overwhelming if you are not careful with how you go about using it in a room. If you choose a bright-like-the-sun tone of yellow, you need to limit it to the feature wall. But if you go with a lighter shade, you can use it on the other walls as well. That said, we’d still recommend you kept the yellow restricted to the accent wall. And if you desire more sunshine in your study, you can make the trimmings and window borders the same yellow as on the focal wall.

Restful Green

Green is the color of nature, so it’s no surprise that it keeps people calm and composed. It radiates absolute tranquility that’s perfect for a positive learning environment. If you want your in-home studio to be immutably soothing, you should consider coloring the walls of your study in vibrant green.

Ending Note

Make your study a peaceful retreat for your mind by painting it in bright, calming hues.