Nora Kay

Nora Kay

Community Manager at Spaceio
Nora Kay

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The home office is becoming increasingly popular, therefore, whether it is designated space for running a business or to work for a company, one definitely deserves more than a desk and a chair stuffed into a spare corner ! Additionally, it is vital to bring in the aura of an office right within the home to focus well on work. Hence, here are a few tips pinned down for homeowners who are looking out for ideas to turn on of their space into a work zone.

Relat­ed : Where should I keep all my stuff ?

Size doesn’t matter :

No mat­ter how big or small, the first and the most impor­tant rule of work­ing from home is to cre­ate space, a space to work ! The point is to avoid nois­es and escape from dis­trac­tions to focus on work and per­form in a pro­duc­tive man­ner with ease. The key is to cre­ate an office like ambiance and there­fore the envi­ron­ment and the sur­round­ings are the ele­ments that need to be con­sid­ered while work­ing from home.

Location :

Plan to cre­ate a home office in such a cor­ner which is not dull, as one would have to spend many hours in this cor­ner. There­fore, it is advised not to stuff a tiny desk into a win­dow­less room. Let there be nat­ur­al light ! Make sure the office has plen­ty of light and try to cre­ate an ele­gant atmos­phere that has both the func­tion­al and dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments.

The Functional Work Zone :

When it comes to home office design ideas, style and func­tion­al­i­ty are equal­ly giv­en atten­tion. Hence a well-designed home office will have a great work­ing envi­ron­ment with com­fort­able yet styl­ish work­sta­tion along with ample cus­tom-built shelves for stor­age. Make sure to con­sid­er the kind of work, the work­flow and the work relat­ed items one would need at the fin­ger­tips before invest­ing in fur­ni­ture. More­over, the home office fur­ni­ture should also blend in well with the oth­er part of the room.

Home Office Decor :

Dec­o­rate as per the home’s entire theme. Set­ting up the home office entire­ly dif­fer­ent will make the cor­ner look odd. For instance, If the home has a tra­di­tion­al design con­cept, warm wood desk with soft, com­fy chairs would be ide­al for space where­as, a con­tem­po­rary home office can fea­ture artis­tic mod­ern met­al fur­ni­ture. Bind the inte­ri­or togeth­er with the addi­tion of pot­ted plants either for the floor or the desk, for an instant feel­ing of fresh­ness. More­over giv­ing this area a fresh coat of paint would work won­ders ! A col­or as per one’s per­son­al choice. Even try­ing out wall­pa­pers would be a per­fect idea as col­ors do play a major role in affect­ing one’s mood.

Focal Point :

Cre­ate a view to stare at ! That could be any­thing from a win­dow with a beau­ti­ful view or an inter­est­ing wall with some kind of art like inspi­ra­tional prints or a clas­sic paint­ing for an instance. Addi­tion­al­ly try to incor­po­rate homey acces­sories like a pret­ty vibrant col­ored mug for the pens, trendy notepads and sticky notes, and a dec­o­rat­ed bul­letin board.

Stay Organized :

Keep the home office well orga­nized both ver­ti­cal­ly and hor­i­zon­tal­ly. Use float­ing shelves for the walls and use the ver­ti­cal file fold­ers for the desk. Even plac­ing nice dec­o­ra­tive bas­ket would be a good idea for stakes. Most impor­tant­ly make sure to hide the cords of the com­put­er and print­er, to give the entire space a well orga­nized as well as a well-beau­ti­fied look. - FREE Installation: Shutters & More
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