A home office helps you stay organized, productive, and efficient. An office can also be comforting and cozy. When creating your home office, design an inviting space that will enhance productivity. Create a system that will limit time spent on duties such as filing, faxing, or figuring out monthly bills. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Colors speak louder than words. The color of your furniture, décor, and walls set a tone. Your office belongs to you; personalize it to your liking. Color themes can be monochromatic, analogous, or complementary:
Apply the chosen color theme to your furniture and décor selections. Decorate your office with simple, yet meaningful finishing touches such as candles, music players, plants, and prints or graphics. Choose storage items with patterns or decorative fabrics. A comfy reading chair such as the Aeron Side Chair and a small coffee table is a delightful bonus. You might also want to get a writey whiteboard to write down all your important tasks for the day.
An inviting office space prepares the way for efficient work endeavors. A personalized, structured office reduces work time and allows more time for loved ones or favorite activities.
By: Lindsey J. Kunz
This article was written by Mission 2 Organize