This project focuses on the importance of color in home interiors. In the current scenario of the epidemic, with work from home as a new norm, home has become redefined as a new workspace. In this project, research will be undertaken to find out how certain colors, in particular quantities, have a supportive impact on work efficiency. Every color is known to give a different feeling, emotion and mood. Color perception is also impacted by the influence of market trends, culture, geography, and individual memory. So individuals across different cultures and in different geographical regions feel differently about colors. The research will also look into the different factors that affect work efficiency of a working professional and how it can be improved with the help of our workspace color. Humans have inherent instincts about colors, instincts that have developed over thousands of years. Consciously or subconsciously we relate hues of yellow-orange to the rising sun, and that could be the possible reason behind orange color seems fresh and energetic. However, everyone feels differently. Warm color in large quantities may be welcome in the winters in a cold place but maybe appreciated in smaller quantities in a warm region or in summer. Even though the color wheel’s warm and cool tones are globally standardized, but some people find orange and yellows as cool colors and blues as warm colors. Some colors seem attractive and some repulsive, the reason behind liking or disliking a color can be personal or cultural, or geographical. These multiple factors inform the domain of color psychology which is being used widely for marketing purposes and is the key factor to attract clients. Therefore color psychology can be used to gain insights into the effects of workspace colors on the work efficiency of professionals.