Interior design tips for your home office – Workspace.Design

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If your home office is the space designated to manage your business, hold an occasional conference, or simply a corner to do and pay bills or organize your agenda; you deserve more than a metal desk and an extra chair in the corner. A space that makes you feel comfortable and reflects the good taste and design of the home.

Office Interior Design Tips for Creating a Productive Workspace - Karen  Linder Interior Design

In this post, Workspace.Design shares few important tips to help enhance the design of the interior of your home office, so that this space of the home becomes your favorite:

Location: You are likely to spend many hours in your office, so it is important that it is located in an area of your home with good ventilation and natural light. Analyze what needs your office should cover. Think about whether you need a place to serve your customers, storage spaces, if you need extra furniture, etc.

Don't sacrifice form for function: Your office furniture should serve you, not the other way around. Consider the workflow and what items you really need before investing in furniture, then look for pieces that are not only attractive but also functional.

Invest in a great chair: You will likely spend long hours sitting in your office chair. Consider a modern, ergonomic and comfortable chair.

Use wallpaper: Forget the monotone walls that used to be so commonplace. You need a color that stimulates creativity and motivates you to become productive. For some people, it is a bright and cheerful color like orange or lime green. Others need repetitive, geometrical and symmetrical patterns.

Get accessories: Unless you're going for a contemporary look, choose extras that liven up the office space. A nice mug for a pencil holder, fashion notebooks and sticky notes, a decorative garbage basket, make an inspirational board and hang it on a wall, there are many options to use your creativity and create an intimate space.

Organize: Many home offices aren't swimming in square footage, so efficient use of space is a must. Hang floating shelves on the walls to get papers and office equipment off the desk, use vertical file folders on the desk to keep important documents within arm's reach. If you tend to pile up, get a nice basket to organize your mail, notes, and papers. Wooden or metal cube storage is a fun alternative to shelving, as each space can be used for books, sketches, and more.

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