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Upping The Class Of Your Home Office

Whether you run your own business or simply work from home, if you spend a lot of time in your home office, then you need to make sure that it’s fit to play its role. If you want to feel like a productive, motivated professional, then the style and organizational choices that you make in there are going to make a big difference. A little class goes a long way, and here are a few tips on how you can add it.

Keep it light and alive

You want the space to feel comfortable, then you should make sure that you invest in a couple of things that help with comfort: natural light and the feeling of freshness and liveliness. First, you can make sure that you get by using lighter window treatments such as blinds compared to curtains and use a desk lamp to make sure that you have some contrasting light so you’re not simply staring at a bright computer screen. A houseplant for the office can do wonders at helping to quell stress and make it feel like a livelier space, too.

Use quality furniture

You’re going to need furniture to sit on, to work at, to store things that you want to keep. To that end, make sure that you’re investing in quality furniture. It should not only fit the space and be durable, but it should carry an air of professionalism and class, too. Italian furniture is especially good at this. It can help you create an office that looks like it would belong in the building of any Fortune 500 company, which puts you into the right headspace when you’re working, too.

Keep your motivation at eye level

It might feel a little cheesy to some, but motivational posters and pieces of art can help to reinforce your thought patterns. They’re like mantras, you look at them and let them repeat in your mind long enough and they can influence your attitude and how you feel about your work. As such, you should consider looking at home office wall prints that you can put around you. If there’s something else that you find equally motivating or even more effective, then don’t be afraid to put it around you, either.

Choose a distraction that helps

You want to avoid being distracted from your work, most of the time. However, there are times that you might to pull your mind from work for a while, whether it’s to clear your focus for the next task or simply because you’re feeling a little stressed and could take the time to center your mind. Television and social media are bad choices, as they can keep your mind active and distracted for too long. A few desk puzzles can be just the perfect thing, however.

They say you need to dress for the job that you want and that should go for your home office, too. You’re in charge of creating your own work environment, so turn it into an environment you want to work in.



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