As the global pandemic drags on, many employees are opting to keep their workers remote. If this sounds like you and you’ve been trying to rediscover inspiration while feeling stuck at home, it’s time to redecorate to make room for a functional home office! Read on for ornamentation advice.
Decorating to Enhance Productivity
Whether you’re preparing for a Zoom presentation or designing a business proposal, it’s essential your place for productivity be away from your lounging area. Not only does this allow you to get a tax deduction in many cases, but the psychological benefits are many. For example, if you don’t allow yourself to work where you enjoy leisure, you will relax and sleep better off the clock and concentrate better on it. In addition, if you can’t see the TV or dishes and laundry to be done, your mind prioritizes the tasks at hand better.
Follow these guidelines to start designing your workspace, and consider what SteelStuff has to offer along the way!
Your primary piece will have to be your desk, so allow for a bold one! Center it away from the window’s glare, and pair it with an ergonomic chair. Comfort is paramount ‒ even during the hustle.
Open storage is one of the easiest and most common organization methods for an efficient office. It offers “grab and go” convenience for any kind of schedule and many options for decor. Bookshelves and wall-mounted storage, holding essential items with pops of color, achieve this effect.
A classy way to decorate your home office is by matching or contrasting textures. Consider using various finishes, mediums, colors, and designs. When you use our privacy screens, you achieve both the aesthetic of texture and the separation of your workspace from your living space. The privacy screens pictured above are being used outside, but they work just as well inside your home!
Add warmth and encourage inspiration with any other pieces that speak to your soul without overcrowding with elements like:
Creating coziness is also a great chance to play with lighting. For example, do you need bright light when working to keep you alert, or do your eyes grow tired and need the room dimmed mid-day? Using a combination of shades, curtains, and well-placed lamps gives you the flexibility to illumine the room according to your needs.
When your boss tells you it’s time to go remote, it doesn’t have to disrupt your personal life. Just use these tips to produce your best work-from-home office. Feel inspired and make that money!