Once you’ve considered your prospective clientele, consider the products that you sell. Neon or other vibrant shades may do the trick if your products are somewhat edgy. If your products have to do with business or executive matters, it is possible to exude power and strength by using black or blue trim or accent walls. Black is also a good option for sensuous or sexy product lines, but in that case, metallic, red, pink, cream and deep purple are good choices as well.

Don’t forget to check out walls and floors. It is possible to apply polyaspartic and epoxy floor coating on top of concrete and other existing surfaces, and they can be mixed with colored chips or terracotta strips and tinted just about any color you desire. It’s also very possible to have your business name and/or logo embossed in the floor. Customers will remember it. Your end result should be a floor that is beautiful and requires little maintenance in order to retain its non-slip qualities.

The local painting contractor with experience painting retail stores should have some creative ideas about paints and flooring materials for your commercial retail store. Don’t rush into choosing your retail store decor and color palette and your patience will pay off in the long run. Create the right mood for your customers with color and they will remember your store and come back again and again.