Entry #3354, March 21, 2014
Working from home in a home office can be a wonderful thing. You get to be your own boss and don’t have nosy co-workers peeking into your business. But it can also get stressful if you don’t have enough inspiration around you, or worse, you are unable to switch off.
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How to Design your Home Office for Spring
1. Find the right spot:
Now that the sun is out and smiling upon us, make the most of it and find a space adjacent to a window. Set up your home office with a sleek table and a comfortable chair. If you are worried about lack of space in your chosen room, then I strongly advise you to invest in ghost furniture made from Lucite or plexi-glass. The transparent furniture will cut down extra bulkiness in the room and will give you a fresh, airy feel.
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2. Bring in cheerful accessories –
Even though at home, you will be spending most of your time in the vicinity of your workspace. Create a cheerful atmosphere by bringing in colorful and fun accessories. Look for interesting stationery in sorbet and metallic colors along with storage solutions to keep clutter at bay. Storage boxes in decorative patterns will help match the look of the décor around you. A pouf can come in handy if you want to prop your feet up. Define your office space with a beautiful rug.
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3. Add some inspiration –
The design for your home office is incomplete without lots of inspiration. Find space around your writing desk to hang a corkboard. You can pin pictures that inspire you, motivational quotes that get you going and family photographs to remind you of your loved ones. Bring in fresh spring flowers and plants to add life to your workspace. There is no right or wrong way to create an inspiring space. The great thing about a home office is that you can be yourself.
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Design your home office in a way that inspires you to get out of bed each morning and get to your workspace. Switching off from work is just as important. Set office timings for yourself and get away from your workspace at the end of the day.
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