Whether you work from home full time, part time or just like to have a little home office set up in order. To be able to express your creativity, it’s always nice to have a space that’s decorated beautifully.
Not only that, but if you spend a lot of time in your home office then you’ll want it to be a space that will help you to maximise your space, productivity and creativity.
Here are some home office décor ideas that will help you do just that.
A productive work space doesn’t have to be plain and simple; sometimes the most creative and colourful spaces are the ones that help maximise productivity.
Get creative with your work space! You might want to invest in colourful prints and patterns that’ll truly help to motivate you and inspire you.
Investing in bespoke pieces of art and prints that you can hang above your desk will not only help to brighten up the room, but it’ll also inject plenty of colour and vibrancy into your office space.
Make it cosy
A cosy work space is a comfortable work space and one that you’ll actually enjoy spending time in.
Make your desk the best home office desk space possible by making the whole area welcoming and bright; without being too cosy that you’ll just want to nap all day!
Neutral colours for your walls, desk and floor combined with pops of bright colours through prints and frames will help to create a lovely work space that you’ll actually enjoy working at.
‘Tidy desk, tidy mind’ is a concept that should definitely be adopted in your work space at home.
A cluttered desk and office area can significantly reduce productivity and creativity as you’ll constantly be distracted by the mess.
Not only can it distract you, but it also gives the impression that a cluttered work space is actually a reflection of a cluttered mind; insinuating that you may not be being as productive as you possibly can.
You should aim to clear out your home office regularly to reduce a build up of clutter and mess and you should keep it as organised as possible throughout your working day to ensure you maintain a reasonably tidy working environment.
Make it as light and bright as possible
Natural light can help to make a space look much bigger which is great if your home office is quite small.
Keep the curtains and blinds open at all times during daylight hours and if you tend to work later in the evening (or in the winter when it gets darker much earlier) then consider investing in lightbulbs or lamps that imitate natural light.
Keep it fresh and cool
Working in an environment that’s too hot can seriously hinder your productivity levels. This because you’ll feel too hot and flustered, which means you won’t be able to concentrate as well.
Try and keep the windows open as often as you can. So you will let in fresh air or invest in a fan that will help to circulate cool air around the room.
Keep your office smelling nice and fresh as well by purchasing a few candles, diffusers or air fresheners. Some flowers will also leave the room smelling delicious.
Decorating your home office can be a lengthy and well thought out process that requires a lot of consideration to ensure you’re making the correct purchases.
By utilising the space you already have, you can really optimise your work space and make your home office a joy to work in.
You don’t have to spend a fortune on expensive furniture and décor; you just need to ensure the items you purchase will help to maximise your productivity and creativity.