Quick and Easy ways to Remodel your Home Office
If you work from home or just have a home office, you know how easy and quick it is to go from fully functional work space to a complete and total mess in less than 24 hours. It doesn’t take much for your desk to become the resting place for coffee cups, quickly jotted down notes, every wire imaginable and don’t forget the kids toys (if you have kids). In this post we are going to go over some very simple ways that you can easily remodel your home office to be a more functional and productive room in your house.
Install Shelves or Bookcases
Bookcases are not just for books. You can quickly your bookshelves to become your go to organization station. Designating specific shelves for files, folders, media, and even client projects can be a quick fix to your disorganization problem. Most people who have a home office often find their desk cluttered with… stuff. Clearing that space and putting your small desk “decorations” on a shelf is a great way to create space.
Clearing that space and putting your small desk “decorations” on a shelf is a great way to create space.
I know it sounds tacky, but putting labels on your drawers, folders and storage areas is a great idea. This will make it easier for you to make sure that things are put where they belong, AND find things when you are looking for them. This will decrease time lost looking for business cards, contact info, and important documents.
Rearrange Your Space
Something as simple as installing some stylish kitchen cabinets across the wall is a great idea. Moving your desk around to the right position in the room can create a lot more space and completely change the energy to a positive one that allows you to focus on work. Pick furniture that is visually appealing and makes you feel like a pro. There is nothing wrong with adding a small sofa or comfortable chair to your office. Having a comfortable place to read over reports, or write important emails is priceless. This is extremely important if you spend a good amount of time in front of your desk.
Make sure that your room has ample lighting. This may not seem like a big deal, but studies have shown that certain lighting can either increase or decrease your productivity.
If you spend a good amount of time in front of your computer, you might want to consider getting a larger screen or even a wall mounted television.
If you are looking for a professional touch to make your life easier, feel free to contact us and we can connect you with an expert. Our experts are fantastic at remodeling home office space.