The pandemic made a lot of jobs move to being performed at home. Many of these occupations will likely stay that way even as coronavirus cases lessen and restrictions ease. That means your home office space is going to become the most important part of your home and in order for it to feel that way some redecorating may be in order. Continue reading for some simple ways to get started. Also, if you are looking to buy or sell a home in Colorado, consider Mark Eibner as your agent.
Decorating The Office
One of the easiest way to spruce up your home office is by adding wall art. As opposed to the living room, artwork in your home office should be home about inspiration than family photos. That is to say of course you’ll have some family photos in the mix, but more predominantly your office wall art will be more work-related. This could be anything from an award you received from your boss to an inspirational quote that helps keep you focused on your work.
It all comes down to personalizing the space. If putting up artwork conjures up too many ideas for the space that you have, don’t worry—you can still have everything. Create a rotating gallery that changes from day to day or week to week. The easiest way to do this is to install a shelf on the wall for the rotating art. This way you will not have to keep readjusting where the art is hung on the wall to accommodate larger pieces. Another thing you can do to personalize your home office is by adding an accent chair. No matter how focused you get, you will still have lulls in your work day just like at the office. Being able to move away from your computer for a moment and rethink things could be just the thing you need to get back into the right frame of mind.