The beauty of working from home is you don’t have to bring the office’s cold, clinical feeling desks, wheeled chairs and bulky filing cabinets back into your space with you. You can create a workstation that inspires creativity without having to sacrifice on your current interior style by blending office furniture beautifully into your home.
Make a room with a view
By positioning your desk so you have access to natural light, it will give off an amazing feeling. Not only are there benefits for the quality of work but also how much more productive people can be with some fresh air interacting positively within them! Science has found that it may improve alertness, health and wellness. This can lead to increased productivity overall.
The air in your room will be cleaner and healthier with plants around. Not only do they add a healthy dose of green to any space, but data shows that plants can remove up toxins from the atmosphere through photosynthesis!
The connection between nature and improved mental health has been well-established for decades. Getting out in the great outdoors can help you feel refreshed, calm down from stressful situations more quickly.
If your work area faces north and doesn’t get much direct sun, consider a snake or ZZ plant—low-maintenance varieties that thrive in minimal indirect light.
Seek higher ground
Keep in mind, your workspace isn’t just the confines of your desk. By utilising the wall above, you can maximise surface area and storage potential.
You can create a functional workstation by installing an office desk in any nook or corner of your home. To save space, use floating shelves to mount the legsless Walldesk and utilise sconces for lamps so you won’t crowd things with light sources!
Frame your space
The best way to organise your office is by using bookcases or shelving units that you can easily move around the room. This will make it easy for people who are working in different areas of their job, as well as visitors coming by without knowing exactly where they should go!
Doing so helps delineate the space and creates room for more decor. This way, the surface of your desk will simply look like it’s part of a cohesive, built-in unit. A few decorative baskets on shelves can hide paperwork in plain sight in between collectibles and curio.