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Design tips for an ideal work from home space

Designing a work from home space comprises practicality, comfort and of course style. Since the majority of the week is spent looking at or around the room?s pieces, we recommend surrounding yourself with harmonious but also stimulating objects to propel you through the working day. Here, we share some tips on how to lift your home office interior.

Designer Sarah Peake flags that a home office ?needs to be able to inspire creativity, but also to instil focus?. Perhaps a selection of artwork dispersed around the space to boost inspiration upon a moment?s procrastination" Engaging pieces can encourage a more positive mindset, especially as working from home can be fairly isolating. To hear more on this, pick up a copy of our Interior Design Bookazine, on sale now. Colour
An appeasing wall colour, especially based off a warm palette, can help create a soothing and concentrating environment. For a striking style statement, add contrasting colours of paint and give distinction to an area within the room ? possibly framing your desk. For more ways with paint, pick up a copy of our May UK edition, out now.
There is no reason why files and folders that are on show should be exempt from a room design. Choosing an engaging selection of colourful and patterned stationary can add a finishing touch to your office space. Brands such as Bindewerk offer an array of folder prints and styles matching between your notepads, folders and pens.
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