By Belle Dixon. Interior. Published at Thursday, September 20th, 2018 - 01:20:41 AM.
Office design ideas are very important in creating the room that is conducive to work. Most of the office designs are usually panted beige that is really bare and lighted with the fluorescent light. It is a boring office room to work. It doesn’t boost the occupant of the room to think more creative and keep spirit in working.
The design of the office should make the occupant of the room to be more creative by providing the colorful room with many accessories to boost the creativity of the room occupant.
Working at home is different from working the office cubicle. It gives us more flexibility and more comfortable to work in our home rather than working at the office cubicle.
When designing a new workspace in our house, we need to consider the space that will be occupied by the office tools, especially if we have small space in our house. Choose the best position of the workplace that is not disturb the usage of another room. We can use the left space in our house such as underneath the stairs or the corner.
The space underneath the stair is usually left free, or it is usually used as storage place. We can use this space to be designed as the office. Use the space underneath the stairs to put the desk and other tools we need in the working time.
Make use of the left space as the storage for the things that can occupy the space. We can set the desk, drawers floating shelves etc. underneath the stairs. Another place that can be used as office design ideas is the corner.
We can set the desk in the corner, or if possible we can have the folded desk so it can be fold away towards the wall if it is not use to save the space. Above the desk are the floating shelves to store the books we need and other tools.
We can utilize the space in our house to be designed as the workplace. We can decorate the workplace as creative as possible to boost our creativity and make us comfortable to stay in our office design ideas.
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