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How To Decorate Your Office So It Feels Like Home
By Mikelle Leow, 10 Mar 2017
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Interestingly, though not exactly surprisingly, how beautiful your office looks affects your productivity level and how happy you’ll be at work.
Garrett Fleming from Design Sponge had the task of designing an ad agency’s office, and knew just how important it was to make it an ideal place for inspiration and brainstorming.
It wasn’t until later that he discovered the delightful interior design at New York-based branding agency The Charles, and was so in awe, he asked the agency’s founders Samantha and Aaron for some decorating tips.
Below, you’ll find some advice that will help brighten up your office and your mood. Check out Garrett’s post for more.
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Keep things seasonal—you’re in office all year long.
“Surprise your team with new and striking changes to your office. As the digital industry is always changing, so should the space in which you operate… This immediately changes the colors and overall vibe of the space.”
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Design to dial it into social.
“Be it a chair on a white wall that gives people #allthefeels or picture windows that show off sunny days in the city, create spaces in your office optimal for capturing and sharing these inspiring moments so you can snag some social shares.”
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Infuse culture into every corner.
“The Charles’ office [which you can take a glimpse of here] lives for culture, and you can feel it the second you walk through the doors. Each space of the office has a unique vibe to it. The conference room — with its in-your-face black and white mural — provides a downtown feel for clients, and the entryway — minimal and sleek — stands out as you walk down the hall to the office.”
Office art has been proven to affect employees’ work quality, so it’s good to add good dose of personality to your workspace.
[via Design Sponge, images via various sources]
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