Before you begin flipping your kitchen, make sure you have cleaned out any unwanted or expired food. It would be pointless to rearrange your kitchen area with the food you no longer need or want. It’s best to start fresh and organize only what you need!
The Organized One
Whether you are just setting up or starting anew, you can try to incorporate some of these things to make your workspace work best for you.
Matching set of file cabinets: Create additional storage for all of your work needs by investing in a set of file cabinets to help fill out your home office. By placing one on each side of your desk, you’ll get a fashionable look with easy access to all of your folders.
Modern desk: Those who like to stay organized normally prefer a clean desk. By choosing a desk with a modern style, you’ll get a visually appealing workspace with clean lines and more room to place only what you need on top such as a desk calendar.Comfortable chair: Decrease the feeling of tension in the lower back and neck by getting a quality office chair that offers support in all of the right places.
You can always show your quirky yet fun side through mini decor and a number of comforting additions.
Accent wall: No need to paint your entire office! Choose an accent wall to paint and change the look of the whole room. To evoke a sense of calm, try using cool toned colors like sky blue, light grey, mint, seafoam, or blush.
Greenery: Set the tone for your Insta-worthy office by adding fresh flowers to a corner of your desk, succulents by the windowsill, or even a standing palm on the floor of your work area. Whether real or faux, plants offer a lively quality to the space around them.
Fun furniture: Include conversational pieces of furniture to brighten up your home office—think standout items like a blue suede sofa, glossy black coffee table, or rich leather chair.
The truth is, not all of us get to simply work from home with no interruptions. In between wrangling kids for meals, throwing in a few loads of laundry, or taking the dog out for a quick walk, there can often be plenty more to do around the house in a day. Use some of these tips to help make your space more functional.
Soft rug: Finding a plush, machine washable rug can offer a safe space for your children or pets to hang out nearby while you get down to business. Add a baby gate around the area if you worry about wandering feet.
Stationary chair: Avoid little fingers from getting caught in a rolling chair by finding a chair that is comfortable and stationary. Attach chair leg cushions to diminish the chance of injury.
Comfy sofa: Place a comfortable sofa or futon in an area within your office for whenever you need a break. You’ll thank us later!
The Stack-by-Stack Worker
Organization is amazing but sometimes, you just need to spread out and narrow your workload down. For those who find comfort in the chaos, utilize these three things to help make your home office more enjoyable.
Large desk: Use as much desk space as you want when you spread out on a U or L-shaped desk. We recommend finding one with storage cabinets underneath to make finishing projects smooth and simple.
Bins, tubs & trays: Keep pens handy and notebooks stored in extra containers stacked around your office. This tip can help keep your papers and folders organized and eliminate large stacks sitting on top of your desk.
Additional lighting: For those who like to work around the room, adequate lighting is a must. Consider having a bright desk lamp in addition to a floor lamp that illuminates the room even in the nighttime.
At Texas Furniture Hut, we have a ton of gorgeous home office furniture collections to complete your workspace setup. Choose from traditional solid wood, industrial designs, modern styles, and so much more!