Simple, Colorful Office Designs to Inspire You

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.

Simple Accessories that Inspire

Start creating your inspirational space by adding a piece of artwork that you love. Let that be the theme of your whole area. Frame a quote that keeps you focused on what is most important, or bring in a bit of the natural world for an atmosphere of peace and quiet. Calendars, supply containers and clocks might be basic office items, but you can personalize them to suite your style. Do you have hobbies that consume your thoughts during breaks? Draw on inspiration from any hobby, including hunting, family, traveling or computers. If you love your office, you will begin to love your job more.

Colorful Creativity Boosters

As we’ve mentioned before, color influences our emotions. By bringing some into your workspace and you will see how red can motivate, green can calm, and blue can promote better creativity. Filing systems, photos, even desks and office lighting, can all be transformed to improve your mood and your productivity. Check out a few of these ideas.

Office Designs

If you just haven’t got an eye for design or for seeing how your work space can come together, here are a few offices to take a look at. Others have already done the dreaming for you and put their designs to work creating an atmosphere they love. These offices inspire, motivate, and help keep their inhabitants comfortable.  Take a look at some more offices! What work space ideas inspire you?

Maybe you’ve already designed the office space of your dreams. Share what kind of atmosphere works for you. If you’re just getting started, feel free to ask any questions you have.

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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