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1. The Studio: When you need to think creatively, or when you just need a clean space to work, the studio is an open area where work can be produced. You don’t need to be an art gallery or a photographer to have a studio; a studio is an ideal environment for any business that needs a way to think outside the box.
The walls of your office can affect the way your employees work and feel. Studies show that depending on age, gender, location, and culture, different colors have different impulses associated with them.
When designing your office, choose your office colors wisely. Remember that each color can affect the psychology and mood of your workplace.
Call Centers require specific layouts to meet their fast paced environment and large amount of employees. Often set in one room, call centers need extra privacy for phone calls, while keeping an open enough space for supervision and quality control.
By mid afternoon, many office workers find themselves in a mental and physical slump. Whether it’s from lack of sleep, stress, or poor nutrition, the feeling of lethargy can put a serious damper on productivity and output. If you find yourself feeling this way every day at work, the best solution is to take a break. However, how you take a break can greatly affect how refreshed you feel afterwards. Today we’ll be discussing the best ways to take a break when you’re at the office.
Spring is officially here! With the sun shining bright and the scent of flowers in the air, it’s time to take off those winter coats and – sneeze.
That’s right, for many people the arrival of spring also signals allergy season. Aside from pollen and other outdoor allergens, there is a surprisingly large amount of allergy causing substances in the workplace. Below we’ve compiled our top 5 for you to avoid and prevent.
Covering hard surfaces with fabric instead of wallpaper or paint is a simple and easy way to change the look of the space without the hassle of dealing with wallpaper glue or messy paint. Best of all, you can do this makeover all by yourself without having to hire a contractor or spend a lot of money.
1. Not Getting the Right Measurements
When it comes to buying office furniture, the first mistake a person can make is not getting the right measurements of the office. Forgetting to measure properly can cause costly errors to be made in the floor plan and space design. When taking measurements, be sure to make a note of all entry ways, electrical outlets, doors, and windows. This will help your designers and shoppers purchase the right size furniture. Remember the idiom: measure twice, cut once.
1. Professional Design at a Discount: By investing in high quality used office furniture, you’re getting professional grade designs at a severely discounted price. One of the best things about purchasing used furniture is how affordable it is when compared to its “new” counterparts. Smart shoppers know that buying used office furniture isn’t just convenient, but economical, as well.
Your receptionist is the gate keeper to your office and your lobby is the gate. Generally, when a client enters the building, the first place they’ll arrive in is your lobby. Make sure your lobby makes a good first impression with these helpful design tips.
March 20th marked the first day of spring on the calendar, and what time is better than now to bring in the new season? Here are some quick and easy ideas for your office to welcome spring into your work day.
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