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Guide to Redecorating Your Office

For about eight (or even more) hours in a day, you sit in your office. This is where you earn your living, and so you deserve to enjoy working in it.  Whether you’re the boss or an employee, you’re responsible for decorating your office space. However, if it’s a cubicle space, it’s always good to consult your colleagues before you decide on what kind of décor and where you want to place items. If you’re planning to redecorate your office, here is a quick guide:

  1. Alternate Office Furniture

Break the monotony of your office by rearranging the furniture. You can do this by exchanging the position of your desk with the cabinet or the couch. Give your office a new look, and as it appears different, it will also look fresh.

  1. Change the Curtains

Changing the curtains in your office will also give it a new look. Go for the color that will march with the rest of the furniture. Buy great curtains that stretch from the top of the window to the floor. Great curtains will not only make your room smart looking but also they make it appear larger and more significant.

  1. Consider Changing the Flooring

The floor of your room counts when it comes to the interior décor. If you used to have tiles on your office floor, you can redecorate, and install wood floor or add a rug for a change. Wood flooring gives your room a natural look and is also easy to maintain.

  1. Add Flower Vessels

Flowers are beautiful, and they’ll add to the beauty in your office. Go for colorful. Or consider  raising fresh herbs in your office – they can improve your mood. Apart from making your office look stunning, flowers will also give the room a pleasant aroma and keep it smelling fresh all day.  Unless you have the time and a green thumb, be sure to have someone who can keep your plants in excellent condition at all times.

  1. Artwork

Artwork is one way of decorating your office wall. Hang two or three unique art designs that look natural on your wall to give it a welcoming look. A big well-designed wall clock and a decent family photo or your image will complete the magnificent look on your wall.

  1. Organize your Desk

Always keep your desk well organized. Keep your laptop, and the phone closest to you. Other office accessories such as paper punch and staples and all type of pens should be well arranged in a drawer or at the back of your desk.

Other than the above tips, you should also be sure that your office is clean at all times. If you cannot manage it yourself, hire someone to maintain it.  Tidy up all the furniture, your laptop, the office phone and vacuum when necessary. A clean office will look awesome and motivate you as you work. The appearance of your office can improve your productivity. Make yours neat and beautiful, and you’ll love your work even more.

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