Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Planning Office Aesthetics

Some people are so lucky that all they do is sit down and it seems that all their creative ideas are a veritable goldmine. For most people, however, even a basic thing as arranging or decorating an office cubicle can be a gargantuan undertaking. Nevertheless, with a little bit of planning, consultation, and the right materials at hand, you can have an office space that’s both stylish and functional.

Start with the big furniture

Whether you’ve ordered a pre-made desk or are having one customized, you should have a basic idea of where you want your new furniture pieces to go. Install the largest pieces first, so when you have your desk, choose bookcases and chairs next. Once the big stuff are in, embellishments like lamps and paintings should be a snap.

Focus on ergonomics

Since the office is where you get a lot of things done, ergonomics is of utmost concern, not only for comfort, but also for your overall health. Focus on furniture and appliances that are proven to alleviate pain and reduce symptoms of common condition like back pain, poor back flow, and joint problems. Don’t put form over function.

Tie everything up

With your office furniture arranged, it’s now time to add the finishing touches. Remember office necessities like storage areas, organizers, file carts, etc. Don’t be afraid to ask an interior designer for help in decorating your space; just make sure the final look still has your personal touch. It’s your space, after all.

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