Who said that home offices had to be ugly? A tour of offices in large companies showed us that times have changed. Work spaces are being redesigned, colour is being added and clutter removed.
Look at your children registered for post-secondary studies. They have no qualms about decorating their offices. Increasingly limited by self-employed workers, they let their personalities shine through the decoration. By doing so, they are setting up a work space that is likely to inspire and motivate them.[caption id="attachment_12522" align="aligncenter" width="580"] iStockphoto[/caption]
Your home office is more than a workspace. It’s a refuge where the only dictatorship allows is efficiency. After all, environment is one of the key factors in work.
If you prefer a stripped-down office, or if your office is as exciting as a room in a monastery and you feel good and are efficient in your work, stay on the same path.
If not, let your imagination run wild.[caption id="attachment_12524" align="aligncenter" width="580"] iStockphoto[/caption]
The wall is the first thing to think about, since that is usually the first surface you look at outside your workstation.[……]