Make Your Home Office Feel Like…Home!

More and more people, either entrepreneurs or part of flexible organizations, are working from home. It can lead to increased productivity, improved family care and cost savings for individual and company alike.

At George’s Furniture we recognize this trend and provide many options for home office environments in addition to living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms. If you will be or have already made this move there are some things you can consider to make your in-home office more comfortable and productive.

Small Spaces

Even small homes or apartments can be configured to provide a good office environment. Use partitions like a curtain or moveable wall to create designated work space in a living room, dining room or kitchen. Even closet spaces can be converted if the needs are minimal. Of course, basements and garages can be converted if those spaces are available.

Larger Spaces

Larger spaces give you more flexibility. You can consider larger and more pieces of office furniture. There also is more room for personal things like artwork, photos, plants and other personal collectibles that make a space feel like home.

Regardless of size, colors are important. Vibrant colors can be stimulating but should be used in moderation. Blues and greens are more calming. Match the color to your personality.

No matter what you decide, have an in-home office gives you the ultimate flexibility to make changes. Update furnishings, colors and accessories every so often to keep things fresh and new.

Whatever your need for new furnishings make it both functional and stylish. George’s Furniture & Mattress has been serving the great families in Napoleon and Northwest Ohio area since 1962. Our Worry Free Guarantee gives customers peace of mind and our Low Price Guarantee ensures the lowest price in the marketplace. Come browse our selection of mattresses, living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms the next time you want to decorate or redecorate your home.

By |2018-06-19T11:25:29-06:00June 19th, 2018|Design News, design tips, home office, interior design, office|0 Comments