Now we’re talking fun color! I don’t know about you but when I go out for a drink, I want my surroundings to be cozy and comfortable. There were times I left a brewery, even a restaurant because it was painted white and I could just not relax or feel comfortable there.
So what color should a brewery be? Let’s talk comfy colors. Like a warm plate of macaroni and cheese that we find oh so comforting, the places we dine at should also feel like that.
Yes, macaroni and cheese is very comforting, and that is just one food item that clearly says cozy. Many colors could be chosen for a brewery that has that same home-cooked feeling, so to speak. Here, I’m just showing you one possible hue for me that would be perfect for a brewery.
Please don’t say it looks like a pumpkin because that’s not the goal here. The goal is to choose a color range that is warm, cozy, and comforting. Nothing says “I want to stay here and drink more beer” than feeling comfortable in a room that makes you want to stay planted there for a while.
Taking this hoppy color one step forward, it looks very similar to the color of some beers. Choosing a color that somehow relates to its surroundings is pretty important. You would not want to choose a pastel pink or a baby blue for a brewery. To me, earthy, saturated natural colors are the perfect color palette for restaurants and breweries.
The great thing about this color is that if you use it for the walls, there are many other colors you can use to play off this color. You can choose blue, brown, beige, burgundy, and some greens. Just about any color would work well with this spicy orange, but please do not choose white. The contrast would have a very unsettled feeling.
Just to let you know I did have a tough time trying to pick one color that I would like to see represented in this blog post. I went with this particular color because it just caught my eye but keep in mind there are so many that you can use. Keep the theme of your restaurant or bar in mind when you choose your color palette.