Posts Tagged ‘home office’

Let There Be Light – Improve the Lights In Your Life

Posted Thursday, June 25th, 2015 by .

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.


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Create a Home Office Space in a Small Place

Posted Thursday, April 9th, 2015 by .

More and more people are following their dreams, taking a risk, and starting their own business. If you’re among this daring bunch of entrepreneurs, you might be starting your business venture from the comfort of your own home. Whatever your reasons for staying on the home front, chances are you’re short on space. This blog will discuss the best way to create office spaces in small places.

Take Inventory

The first step toward making a home office is to take a thorough inventory. Do you have a lot of files? Are you plugged into a lot of technology? How about supplies? Exactly how much space you’ll need is determined by the amount of stuff you require to keep your business flowing.

If you don’t have loads of stuff, and are equally short on space, you can create a workspace in all sorts of unexpected spaces. Even working from under the stairs can be perfectly fine if you’re able to piece together an area that meets your needs!


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Office Decorations To Spice Up Your Cube

Posted Thursday, November 27th, 2014 by .

When Monday rolls around and it’s time to head for work, do you find yourself fighting the urge to call in sick? Are you working in a “cookie cutter” office space that leaves you uninspired? Try personalizing your space to make work life less ho-hum and more exciting! We have some suggestions for you.


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Office Design Trends: Improved Collaboration, Unplugged, and Outdoors

Posted Thursday, August 28th, 2014 by .

With laptops changing over to tablets and cell phones replacing all landlines, the way we work is changing too. Office floor plans and designs need to keep up with the current flow of today’s workers. Check out what trends are helping companies run at the peak of their productivity and how you can adapt these trends to your work place.

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Simple, Colorful Office Designs to Inspire You

Posted Thursday, July 24th, 2014 by .

Do you take pride in your corner cubicle or are you always wishing you had a bigger, better workspace? Dreaming has its place, but why wait for a promotion to happen for an office you enjoy? Create a space that suites you, makes you comfortable and inspires you to work right where you are. We’ve gathered a few ideas here and hope you will have fun checking them out.


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Boost Your Productivity

Posted Thursday, July 10th, 2014 by .

If you are reading this on a Monday coming off of a fabulous and long weekend, then taking a moment to consider office productivity may be the best way to ease back in to the work week gracefully.

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Redefine Your Home Office Space

Posted Thursday, June 12th, 2014 by .

Do you work from home, or bring work home? Whatever the case, some of these home office designs will inspire you to get to work and thoroughly enjoy yourself in the process. From funky to functional and trendy to traditional, there are office plans to suit any style and space. Take a minute to check some out.


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Fun, Functional, and Personal Touches to Office Design

Posted Thursday, May 1st, 2014 by .

Is your office a place where you feel comfortable? Does it reflect your creativity and streamline your productivity at the same time? We’ve gathered a few ideas to help your workspace meet these criteria.


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Inspiration for Your Office

Posted Thursday, March 20th, 2014 by .

You take pride in your work, and your office is a place where you spend a lot of time. It is a place where you generate ideas, get productive, meet clients or put your creative muscles to work. You put so much creative power into your work. Let us get creative with your work space.

We’ve got a few ideas to get your started in creating your personalized work space. From the small details to the decorations and the final look for your office, you will want to check these inspiration boards out on your next coffee break.

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Dell Brings LED Printers into the Home and Small Office

Posted Thursday, August 8th, 2013 by .

LED printers are considered to be superior to laser printers, at least in a few ways, such as reliability. Until now, they haven’t reached smaller markets, on a wide scale. Until now. With dropping manufacturing costs, Dell is making LED printing more affordable for the home and small office, releasing new models that are both compact and affordable, while still using similar Dell toner as it does in its laser models.

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