Leisure Centres: Dance Studio
Feel the rhythm
Neutral dark shades like grey, white, brown and beige contrast seamlessly with the wooden floors of a modern dance studio, to create a cohesive, well balanced colour palette.
By adding a touch of blue to a predominantly soft white background, you can help to slow down the breathing of your dancers and bring down their blood pressure.
Exuding health and calm, blue toned greens remind us of sunlight on a blue sea. They invoke harmony, balance and stability – the very things a dancer needs to perform to their best.
As the colour of the earth, brown epitomises reassurance, stability and reliability. Blend soft browns with off-whites to let your dancers know they’re on safe ground.
A different beat
Yellow is a creative colour, the tone of new ideas and new ways of doing things. Pair dark yellows with soft greys to create a sense of playfulness and lift everyone’s spirits.
Colour Knowledge Hub
Our team of experts are on hand to offer their help and advice on utilising colour to its full effect.