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6 Tips for Pulling Off a Work Office Makeover

Posted by Tom Johnstone on Jun 20, 2019 10:30:00 AM

work office makeoverNo one should ever underestimate the power of a few small positive changes. Little alterations for the better can still be very meaningful. And that’s true in regard to office design as well. In fact, pulling off a successful work office makeover can boost morale, help employees focus, and make a space more welcoming to visitors. Today, we’re going to share six tips professionals can use to spruce up their workspaces right away:

Clean Up & Declutter

The first steps toward improving any office space are to throw away any trash and to remove all clutter from on or around desks. Useless knick-knacks, tangles of wires, loose papers–– these are signs of a dysfunctional work area. Take some time to clean your office space and make it a point to keep working areas free of detritus on a regular basis.

Rearrange Fixtures

Purchasing new, ergonomic furniture can offer a number of benefits to employees who spend a lot of time at their desk. However, simply rearranging an office area can make it more user-friendly and pleasing. For instance, changing the layout of a conference room may make it easier for team members to collaborate on a project together. Or, consider simply moving a computer monitor so that it isn’t exposed to direct sunlight. Stacking items such as boxes of files can also help those operating in small offices conserve space.

Incorporate Natural Elements

Plants are timeless elements of office decor because they’re classic. Not only do plants make a space look (and sometimes smell) better, but any added natural elements will likely spark employee motivation and increase creativity. Aquariums, open windows, flowers –– all of these small additions can do wonders for the vibes within an office.

Make the Functional, Fun

There are certain office supplies that are ubiquitous. For example, most every employee owns a coffee mug, a calendar, a personal laptop (etc.). These items are all functional, but they can also be fun too. Indeed, purchasing a special calendar, or getting your coffee mug personalized with a photo, or changing your desktop background to a motivational photo can serve to lift your spirits when the work doldrums kick in. Note, progressive managers typically allow their team members to express themselves in small ways like this.

Keep it On Brand

Most business owners decorate their offices in a manner that reflects their company’s brand. This is a smart play for several reasons. First, it improves brand recognition, and second, it allows designers to make use of a strong color palette. If you’re looking to spice things up in your office, consider implementing elements of your company’s brand throughout your workspace. Branded colors, phrases, and images will make your office feel unique and will also serve to impress visitors –– including potential employees and clients.  

Call in a Professional

You don’t have to be an interior design expert to make a few smart changes around the office. But if you constantly find yourself tweaking with design choices, or if you’re looking to implement a comprehensive workspace makeover, then it’s a wise idea to call a professional for some advice and guidance. At Key Interiors, we have years of experience working with businesses across industries to provide design and renovation solutions. Contact us to get started today, or, to see if your office is ready for a redesign, check out our free eBook here: New Call-to-action

Topics: Office Renovation