Conducive Office Design Elements that can be Applied to your Home Office
When it comes to commercial office design, the main goal is to create a conducive and productive workplace, while still leaving room for creativity, customization, and personalization. Most of these design elements are simple and inexpensive changes that can be applied to your home office. Here are 5 key elements of workspace design that can be applied to your home to increase productivity.
Layout that creates collaboration and a comfortable space
A comfortable office can vary from person to person, but generally are designed in a way to eliminates distractions and primes employees to stay focused on accomplishing their goals. How can you do the same for your home? Consider air quality, temperature and space for collaboration all contribute to a comfortable working environment. Make your rooms well-connected to allow for engagement and creative discussions.
Bring nature indoors
Multiple studies have proven that indoor plants keep people healthier and happier, offering both psychological and physical health benefits. Psychologists have also found that apart from oxygenating the air, bringing some flora into the workplace can improve employee satisfaction, decrease stress levels, and increase productivity.
Add vibrancy with colors
The color of your home office is able to make a huge impact on the overall mood, productivity and motivation of your employees. Not only do colors within the workplace encourage production, but they also have an effect on moods, attitudes and emotions. The aim is to create an ambience that keeps your employees stimulated and motivated, but also relaxed and calm. Colors such as reds and oranges will raise the overall energy of the team, while cool colors such as blues and greens are seen as relaxing colors that will help keep employees composed. As always, the aim is to create a balance of colors.
Create "cosy spaces"
The environment in an office plays an important role in getting you to feel more productive and inspired. An easy way to make an office feel more cosy is to pay attention to the furniture and decorative pieces in the space. Avoid picking repetitive furniture, but instead, curate your furniture with care so that the space feels more like home, where each item was picked out carefully. Think soft sofas, bean bag chairs and rugs in a warm color palette.
Ensure adequate natural light
Clinical findings show that lighting can impact productivity, health, mood and general well-being. Natural light is ideal, but this might not be possible for all spaces, especially interior offices and cubicles. Consider obtaining ceiling lights that imitate natural light for these spaces.
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