Home Office: Styling it and Dressing it Up

Workspace at home

Much has been said about working from home. First, there will be no more need to commute. Second, you can take your sweet time (unless there is a deadline). Third, you get to spend more time with your family.

But working from home can be tedious and boring if your office looks like a regular office. So what you need to do at this point is ditch the cubicle and make your study much more stylish. And doing that does not have to be so complicated. If you are looking for some ways to execute this, here are some pointers you may want to keep in mind.

Keep it eclectic

You may combine two or more themes if you want to keep your space interested. For a more contemporary look, you can go for industrial themes. This means using some elements you find in warehouses and lofts. You can also mix the old with the new. For one, you can match your vintage office desk from Urban95 with a much more modern chair.

Put in some greens

You may find no time to go outside. But that does not mean that you can bring the outdoors to your office. The best way to do it is by putting in some indoor plants. A hint of greens can breathe some life into your office. Otherwise, your space will feel boring and tedious.

Let there be light

Natural light has a lot of benefits to you. So what you can do is get a bigger window. Let the light in by opening your windows in the morning. But be wary of letting some sunlight in, as it may damage your furniture. What you can do is style your windows with curtains and drapery.

Having a stylish and functional office can help increase productivity. It may inspire you to get things done.