Archive for February 2016

The Intellectual Office

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The atmosphere in your office should reflect what you want to accomplish in this room.  Most home offices are intended to be a special place to accomplish specific tasks, but still inspire and motivate you to be productive. Here are a few suggestions for creating such a setting.

 Ponder color schemes.  Using rustic tones is a wonderful choice when you’re striving to encourage intellectual thinking. These are deep, earthy colors that aren’t distracting or too eye catching. They help you absorb your surroundings without diverting attention away from your work. Also, think about using lighting that emulates natural light if your office does not have a window.
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Rustic Colors
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 Accessorize with items that are intellectually grounded. Consider globes, maps, hour glasses, books, favorite paintings or personal photos — whatever inspires you. Be aware of items that distract and draw your attention away and avoid using them.  Below are a few of the new office decals we recently added to our site.  They embody old world charm and are so versatile!  Just remember: The more pleasant and inviting your space, the more you will want to be there.OfficeWhite Space
3. Optimize your productivity.   Organization will go a long way to help keep your study space clutter free. Having a space that is functional and organized is an important part of having an organized mind. It allows you to keep your thoughts collected and clear as well as helping you find materials as you need them.
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LibraryWhite Space  When you create an office space that you actually want to work in, it will motivate, uplift, and inspire.  So choose a color scheme that works for you.  Accessorize and organize, and your office will blossom into the type of space you need to get the work done you need to, in an inviting, comfortable room you can be proud of.

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