Work from your virtual office in style! Whether your home office is a spacious location, or desk nook, make sure that you take note of these creative, yet simple ideas to produce an inspiring and functional work environment in which you’ll want to burn the midnight oil.
A clutter free space = a clutter free mind
Many home offices aren’t fortunate enough to have the luxury of square footage, therefore using space efficiently is imperative. Organise vertically and horizontally with floating shelves and ensure that you have practical storage. Check out this stylish and practice office desk Treviso, created by renowned furniture designer Matthew Hilton for British Design House Ercol.
Be wise with your colour palette
Inject some colour into your environment that gets your creative juices flowing. Steer clear of ‘office magnolia’ and brighten up your day with St Giles Blue or Nancy’s Blushes. Iconic decorating company Farrow & Ball offer a beautiful palette of unrivalled colours… you’ll be spoilt for choice!
Let there be light
Avoid eye strain and headaches by positioning your desk next to the window and flooding your desk with natural daylight. If that isn’t possible, consider investing in an artificial daylight lamp and some mirrors to transform your office into a bright space. Candles also provide the welcome addition of light (and fragrance!), Jo Malone London offer a fabulous range with scents including English Pear & Freesia and Lime Basil & Mandarin.
Splurge on your favourite accessories
You spend hours seated in your desk chair… a beautiful, ergonomically-correct, comfortable seat is worth every penny. Upmarket Swiss furniture company Vitra offer a range of stylish chairs from a host of iconic designers.
Add a personal touch
Be inspired by your business idols, fix words and quotes to your walls with vinyl wall art. Put up plenty of photos frames of your loved ones who motivate you to succeed each day, and perhaps a few pieces of art from your favourite artist. LuxDeco offer the world’s finest interior products, including a fine range of wall art.
Go on, release your inner interior designer.Good Luck!