Decoration. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 17:41:17 PM
Start with a welcoming colour. In small spaces it is best to choose a white or neutral shade to enhance the feeling of space, then layer on a few dazzling accessories. Grey is a popular choice in home decor at the moment and a soft shade is a great option for a hallway, adding a sophisticated feel when teamed with crisp white woodwork, or mix it up by opting for a two-toned paint effect for a modern take on the dado rail.
Get the light right. Poor lighting can cause eye strain and, if the ambience in the room is flat, it can make you less productive. Lots of natural light is ideal, preferably from windows not skylights. A task light, such as an Anglepoise, is invaluable too. Work out what you need to store – books, technology, materials – and choose shelves that can be reconfigured if needed. Wall-mounted shelves are ideal as they increase the feeling of space and are less obtrusive than floor-standing bookcases
This Image A redundant space on a landing, under the stairs or at the end of a long hallway can accommodate a desk that is used for short periods. Alternatively, stash office essentials in a purpose-built cupboard, complete with a desk and integrated task lighting. Then, at the end of the day, it can be shut away out of sight. If you work full time at home, its best to devote an entire space to the cause, as a cramped work area can be counterproductive. Consider converting a bedroom or the attic, both of which should be far enough from the hub of the house to be a quiet working environment.
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