Having a creative space to work in is an important part of being able to produce your best work. The spaces we spend most of our time in play a part in shaping our thoughts; and because we spend so much time in these spaces, it makes perfect sense that when designing a home office, you would want to create a space for yourself that is both inspiring and productive.
Here is a gallery of some of our favourite inspirational workspaces.
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Creative Workspace Tips Use your shelf space.
To avoid clutter on your desk, make use of all vertical space. You can use store bought bookcases, build-ins, or simple hanging shelves.
Hang art behind the desk; having pieces that make you happy can do wonders for your stress levels. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to add personality to a space.
Make sure you have comfortable seating; a chair may be really stylish and look nice in the space, but if you never want to sit in in because it’s uncomfortable, then it won’t do you any good.
Even if you don’t have an extra room to devote to making an office, all you really need is a nook or a corner to make it work. A corner with some extra shelving added, an extra closet converted into a workspace: this is all you really need to create your own little work nook. [/box]
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