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One of the advantages of having a home office is that you don’t have to create a formal setting like traditional workspaces. So choose pieces according to the work you do. For example, a long dining table might be ideal if you need to spread out raw materials like fabric samples etc. Invest in a plushly padded accent chair if you need to spend long hours reading. Don’t restrict yourself!
However, if you prefer something more similar to a conventional office setup, opt for stylish study tables and chairs.
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The right lighting can greatly improve your mood and productivity. Steer clear of mood lighting and opt for overhead lights, pendant lights, table lamps, floor lamps as they can keep you focused and alert.
Also, make sure that your office corner receives plenty of sunlight and a great view, as it keeps you from feeling lethargic. In case you’re left facing a blank wall, use mirrors to bounce light around the room but take care to avoid glare.

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Painting walls in a different color is a great way to demarcate the office space from the rest of your home, especially when you don’t have a dedicated room. With an accent wall, you can add a luxe touch to your home office. Blues and greens set a relaxed tone while reds and yellows create vibrancy. Neutral tones like white and greys can be paired with any accent colors of your choice. Experiment with what works best for you.
You could also make a statement with a pin board or blackboard to chalk out work schedules. These small additions help one psychologically differentiate between the two spaces.
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You’ll be surprised at how storage can add an interesting dimension to the home office. Do away with blocky cabinets and opt for floating shelves or display units that let you see and quickly access items you require.
For example, a wall shelf and storage unit will provide plenty of storage space and can be used to theme your home office. Also, it helps declutter and organize, thus making way for fewer distractions. However, if you prefer closed storage, you can opt for labelling drawers for easy access.

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Last but not least, don’t hesitate to infuse personality into your office with a few accent pieces of your choice. It can be travel curios, terrariums and succulents, photographs of colleagues or maybe just a stylish rug to ground the space. This will not just make your home office look good but will also create a positive, inviting mood.

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