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Tips for Decorating Your Home Office (Part 1)

  Sunday, March 22, 2009
Posted in: Interior

home office Your home office decorating begins with deciding what are the various functions that will be within the room. The floor plan must comprise ergonomic design, that means how fine the space is arranged near you, with every needful thing being close by so that you can work effectively in the your home office.

When the working space in comfortable for a person, efficiency and productivity improves noticeably. Hence there is a great deal to be considered about ergonomic designing and that`s why it is used in many of corporate workplaces.

Why not use exactly the same idea in your home office? Firstly begin with the home office basics that contain your picking of office equipment and furniture like file cabinets, computers, printers, scanners, phones and finally consider sufficient storage room. Consider what functions you have to perform daily, for example paying bills, writing letters, computer input, conference calling, TV viewing areas, eating areas and so on.

home office Consider office supplies as well that will be needful, as an example wallboards, computer paper, pens and decorations like flowers, plants and pictures. You don not have to waste lots of money on cabinets for space to store stuff. Classify baskets and boxes with identifiers for quick access.

Lighting is a pretty significant element of home office design. Once planning your office lighting, you need to firstly decide how your space is used since the lighting can be aesthetical and functional both. Decide if your lighting will function as general, accent or task lighting.

Read the other parts: Part 2

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