Home Office. Thursday , June 21st , 2018 - 08:31:00 AM
· Consider the other furniture that you will have in your home office. While a lot of office furniture does come in black, that can cast a depressing look on any home office, not to mention all the dusting you will have to do. Add white, oak, or maple filing cabinets or bookcases. It is a matter of preference but do not mix and match too much. The more time you plan to spend in your home office, the lighter your colors should be.
Ensure Optimum Utilisation of Space: At times, there is a possibility that a workplace may occupy less space than the original planned work area. No organisation would want to pay for the extra space, and besides, many businesses today allow most of their employees to work from home. This is the reason why it is necessary to plan the required amount of space before designing the office interiors.
Encourage an Open Work Culture: Today, many businesses are letting go of the traditional concept of individual offices and are introducing more creative and stylish work spaces for their employees. One such revolutionary concept is an office without walls. It encourages transparency and team spirit, whilst making it easier for managers to supervise their sub-ordinates and communicate with them.
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