One thing common across all countries in the first world is the amount of time we spend working, The world’s workforce is working harder and longer than ever before. Most workers find there isn’t enough time in the day to get things done, and we often find ourselves taking our work home with us. Smart phones and remote working capabilities mean we’re never too far away from the office and in this fast moving,world this could be a blessing and a curse, as were always able to respond to emergencies, but this means we’re always available for the small things as well.
As a workforce we’re shifting away from manufacturing to more service based jobs, and with the nature of modern communication we no longer have to be in the office all the time. Remote access, conference calls, instant messaging, and cloud applications allow more and more of us to work from home and this trend is set to continue in the next few years.
Whether you work from home occasionally, or regularly, building a comfortable home office is important if you want to be as productive as possible. It can be hard to know what makes a good home office, it’s easy to build one which isn’t suitable for you or your work, so to help guide, we’ve listed our top considerations for creating a beautiful home office.
Create a Positive Work Environment
When inside your office you want to feel motivated to work. A window facing desk is important, wide windows which let in good amounts of natural light and a spacious workspace area are vital. Creating a space you feel relaxed and comfortable in is important, so try and rid your office of junk and clutter as these can cause distractions and lead you to lose focus. You can also experiment with paint colours to see if those affect your productivity too, it can be a good idea to use neutral colours such as blue and cream to create a relaxed environment.