Let There Be Light – Improve the Lights In Your Life

Get out of the dark ages! We’re not talking about ancient history. We’re referring to illumination. Brilliance.  Radiance. When designing your office space, don’t neglect what is arguably one of the most important aspects: good lighting.  If people can’t see what they’re doing, your business is sure to take a hit. This blog will provide simple tips to light up your life at work.

Natural Light

There are many ways to address the issue of good lighting, and if you’re lucky enough to have natural options available to you, why not take advantage? In fact, studies have shown that employees who are exposed to natural light in the office sleep better at night, have more physical activity, and report better quality of life. If you want DIY options on window treatments, this site has a lot to offer.

Overhead Options

Overhead lighting is a good option for people who don’t have the luxury of more natural sources, but be aware that they can present headache and migraine triggers. These issues can stem from glare off computer screens, glare from incandescent lighting, and flicker from florescent lighting. Thankfully, there are ways to work with overhead lighting that can help prevent issues before they start.

Desk Lamps

Desk lamps can help to fill in areas where more light is needed, and they also offer a good alternative for those times when you would like the office to be more subdued. The truly fun thing about desk lamps is that they also afford an opportunity for you to really show off your style and personality. An antique desk lamp works for some, while others might prefer something more unique.

Regardless of your office layout, make sure you consider the benefits of offering the best possible lighting sources that the space allows. You might not have access to all the options we’ve suggested, but you need to be aware of making the most of what you’ve got. Otherwise, you can always go back to the dark ages and use candles.

Robyn Warner
Robyn Warner has been writing since she learned how to hold a pen. She wrote her first book of poems before the age of 10. Though creative writing is her preference, she is enjoying life in the technical blog world. Robyn’s goal in her 30s is to use her writing to inspire fellow cancer survivors and have a job that gives her the flexibility to live anywhere and never wear shoes.

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