“Flooring” is a general, broad, vague term, and it’s often neglected when one thinks of interior designs for one’s house, apartment, office, and any other indoor space. Nonetheless, according to research, people spend approximately 90% of their time indoors, and the flooring designs in these indoor environments are just as important as what materials your furniture are made with or how many windows are installed. Ultimately, the colour of indoor environments can affect people’s mood, work efficiency, and wellbeing – and that includes the colour of the floor.
Traditionally, offices and conference rooms are often installed with carpets of darker colours, which tend to make people feel relatively serious, depressed, and restrained. When speaking of colour trends, the first thing that comes to mind for most people would be Pantone’s colour of the year. As of the latter half of 2019, Pantone has announced the top 10 colours for Spring Summer 2019-2020; Tuntex also designed its carpets with similar colour themes as these 10 colours. Let’s take a look at how Tuntex designs indoor spaces with trending colours in 2020!
Tranquil Dark Gray
Traditional offices often go with simpler colours, for instance, different shades of gray. No matter how spacious the rooms are, gray goes with everything. Tuntex offers various products in different types of gray that come with patterns to make dark gray less serious and stiff.
Looking for a combination of formal and fun? Blue is the way to go – Tuntex’s blue brings liveliness into business settings with just the right balance.
If you find gray and blue too dull and common, yellow might suit you better. Tuntex’s yellow carpets light up your room scenes, making you feel comfortable and happy. And when you’re content in your workplace, you work better, think better, and communicate better.
For nature lovers, Tuntex brings nature indoors with green flooring designs. The colour green can make rooms look brighter and more spacious. While you work in green spaces, you feel more energized and relieved from fatigue.