Home Office Styling Tips for the Working Woman
So you’ve picked out the perfect room in your home to transform into your dream office, and styling it’s the next step. We know how important it is for a working woman to have a space of her own, so we’ve gathered five easy to follow tips to spruce up your workspace for optimal performance:
1. Pick a solid theme
Commune’s Bowen writing desk adds contrast to a minimalist-themed room while retaining a sleek elegance.
To foster better concentration and reduce clutter, pick a solid theme to style your office in. Bright colours and patterns can distract from the task at hand, as do unnecessary items or excessive decor. Creams, browns and whites work well for a home office, while lending your room a softer touch.
2. Choose an appropriate desk
The Excelsior writing desk combines style and functionality with its large surface, while solid Walnut legs give this desk durability.
Long hours spent a desk can do a number on your back and spine, so keep this in mind when shopping for a work desk. Choose one with ample surface area for paperwork and cables, as well as storage compartments for easy access to stationery or files.
3. Shelving solutions
Organization can be made easy with the right bookcase. From files and books to decor or your favourite scented candle, a good shelf can keep the clutter off your desk and contribute to your room’s overall look.
4. Motivate yourself with decor
The Crimson console table exudes an understated chic and provides plenty of room for displaying decor of your choosing.
While keeping a room clutter-free is important, a spartan office might not be the perfect fit for everyone. Outfitting an office with your favourite items and trinkets can boost motivation, lending the room a homely feel. Cork boards or display boxes are great ways to show off pretty items while keeping your office feeling clean and organized.
5. Bringing in the outdoors
Commune offers a variety of vases for homing your new study buddy. Glass vases can be romantic and ethereal, and are easy to maintain.
Incorporate nature into your home office to fend off cold, corporate feels. Indoor plants offer a breath of fresh air and encourage letting in natural light to keeps your office refreshed. Sturdy bromeliads or succulents are easy to care for and don’t take up too much room, making them good options.