Home Office. Thursday , June 08th , 2017 - 16:39:07 PM
Are you one of the many individuals who constantly think about space in terms of the immediate environment that’s around you? For example, take a moment to imagine that you are living in an area that is completely surrounded by trees. Would all of the sounds of things like rustling leaves and the scents of the natural wooded area make you feel completely relaxed? How would you feel by simply looking at your surroundings? Well, there is one common answer to all of these questions. That answer would be both your blood pressure and heartbeat would slow down considerably thanks to the overall senses of peace and wonder that you would likely feel. Keeping up with this topic, start to also think about the environment of the place where you work. Ask yourself questions like these: When it comes to designing a corporate space, especially in terms of home officedesign, it’s really all about the proverbial “bottom line.” There are many companies that always seek to save money by purchasing only the cheapest possible furniture pieces and utilizing an assembly line-type process to arrange the pieces in such a way to accommodate a large amount of workers in a smaller-sized space. Nowadays, however, many businesses are rethinking this process as they begin to discover that these particular types of office interior design concepts have a truly negative effect on the overall performance level of their employees.
Plus, they have a stacked boomerang tower that dominates any other office feature I know of. Scopely Culver City-based mobile entertainment company Scopely utilizes an open plan, but chose to do it in a non-uniform fashion. The designer explains, “In regards to the furniture plan, Scopely felt strongly that the desks be laid out in a non-uniform fashion and that we accommodate as many of their 85 employees as possible on the main floor together. We were also tasked with making the main work area “cool” as it would be the place where employees would spend most of their time. We chose to lay out each row of the desks in a unique “S” style layout and designed steel and marble Dandelion Lamps to be scattered down each row. Stone Harbor You can’t really imagine an epic room like the one Stone Harbor uses for their open plan workspace until you see it. Look at those lights. Look at those windows. I don’t know if I could get any work done because I’d spend all say looking at airplanes and birds going by outside.
When decorating using this color it is ideal to stick to a neutral pallet – white, light wood, black. This beautiful color can be achieved with Benjamin Moore’s Georgia Pink. Two Tone Sea Blue This minimalist color and dichotomy of the two tone wall creates so much visual interested without being busy. Two tone walls have the ability to create height in the room and lineal lines can make the space look larger as well. The styling of this office focuses heavily on natural wood and industrial elements, but would also look good with metals if the rest of the palette is kept natural. Blues in this tone tend to give off vibes of calmness, quiet, and transcendence. This beautiful home office paint color can be achieved by using Behr’s Tasmanian Sea.
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