Tuesday, January 17, 2012


I was reading an article yesterday that got me thinking about the paint color in my office. I would like to have some kind of artwork that incorporates my logo. I'm thinking that I would like to do a photo collage wall with pictures from past events (possibly all b&w), and maybe my logo framed in the center.
Sneak Peek of the Office
I hadn't really taken my logo into consideration when thinking about paint colors, I was more looking at the light blue sofa that I want to put in the office. I think I want to go with a gray/silver wall color, and possible even wallpaper above or below the chair rail.

Most of my branding (website, business cards, etc) is done in green and black, but I have used other color variations in the past too.
So I guess my question is, do I put the green/black logo on a gray wall above a light blue couch? Or do I ask my designer to change the logo to match the furniture and paint? Or is it tacky to have a logo hanging on a wall in the first room you see when you walk in the house?

This might seem like a stupid thing to worry about, but my work is a huge part of my life. I don't plan on having meetings in my home, but I'm sure I will have clients over from time to time. I'll spend a significant amount of time in this room so I want it to be as close to perfect as possible.

Any advice or other ideas???


  1. I would do the walls how I had planned and frame my logo and put it on a bookshelf or my desk. But really, you should do what you feel best doing.

  2. Hi Casey! What about having the logo put on a large white canvas in color, then having the other b/w photos also on canvas throughout the room? Hope you're doing well!