Retail designers claim that nowadays isn’t only about creating the most beautiful shop, but one that has coherence. Color can be everything for a successful store. It can influence whether the customer makes a purchase or even enters the store in the first place. In today’s post, Best Design Projects will show the best interior colors for retail stores and how these colors can tell an entire story in the interior. Check it out!
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Rather than simply select colors you like, it can be more effective to start with a theme and choose colors that represent the concept of each store.
Invite and encourage your customers. Warm colors like oranges and browns are inviting and reassuring to shoppers.
On the other hand, cooling colors like green and blue can have a calming effect, says Georganne Bender, a partner and retail consultant with Rich Kizer.
Bright colors like yellow and red grab customers’ attention, stopping them in their tracks before they breeze by a product display. According to Linda Cahan, a West Linn, Ore., retail design consultant, that’s because yellow is the color first perceived by the retina.
As you can see, colors are very important for retail interiors. What colors are you going to choose for your interior and for your brand? Do you want to energize your customers? Or maybe make sure they feel safe and welcome?
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