I've seen studio wall color often suggested to be dark. Dark Gray or even Black. I would think a medium, cool gray would work. If you use a dark color, try to use a flat or semi-gloss. Depending on ambient light and other lighting in the studio, you want to keep reflections to a minimum. My studio color is similar to the Gray in this forum. The lighter one believe it or not. I wonder if it really matters that much?
Could you please give actual color code or paint to be used for the studio walls?
Take a look at this...
...the "neutrals" section. You have quite a few warm and cool Grays. I like "Dovetail", but this is totally subjective and really my personal preference. The decision really comes down to what you like, what the ambient lighting is like, etc., etc.
Thank you very much for your suggestion. We are from India. We finally used Dulux paint with the Color Shade of 30BB 45/049 (Swordplay) for our Graphics Studio.
The idea for color of the studio is to do what? I mean what is the goal?
1. To reduce illumintaion? Or to reduce changing illmination (hours of the days as sun goes up and down) << Then will not a dark color be desired?
2. To reduce effects of reflected light (color of light specificaly), for example your flowery shirt and all the flowery staff in the studio! or the colorful tables and furniture? << Again, this means avoid lighter colors, instead use colors that dont affect 1. human (your) perception of color in context (with any color tint in studio wall colors, you will most likely judge incorrectly on your display) Dont keep plants in teh Studio, ok few bonsais in the lobby!
3. To increase illumination? << Why? well, maybe to match up the bright displays. In that case non tinted bright colors (neutral light grays)
Whatever the goal, it also does matter, if the graphics are for web or for printing, I guess.
I only have questions and thoughts as above, no true answers. Expecting someone will tell more