Working from home can seem a dream come true for most people: it’s a way to work away, independently from the noise and hustle and bustle of the office environment. However, there can be a number of potential distractions to compete with. In order to be as productive as possible, you need a dedicated working space. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Don’t let space become an issue
It doesn’t matter how much space you have in your home, you will always be able to fit in a home office. Think about the cupboards and wardrobe space you have available. It is easier than you might think to transform a cupboard into a cosy office space.
Of course, if you are looking to move you can always look for a property that features plenty of space to use for a home office.
Create a stimulating environment
One of the main benefits of working from home is the fact you have complete control over the decor.
Most offices feature a standard neutral design. When decorating your office space, think about the things that really stimulate you. Don’t be afraid to paint the walls a bright, bold colour.
Warmer tones like yellow are particularly good for stimulating positive thinking. Colours such as a soft blue or a tan colour can help to reduce stress.
As well as the colour, you should also focus on adding a few personal items into the office. Your favourite flowers, scent and photos of your family will help to create a more calming, enjoyable work space. Continue reading “How to create the ideal home office”