Over the years, plenty of research has been done in order to understand the psychology of productivity and stimulation in the workplace. Offices have been analysed to figure out what it is about the space in which a team works that makes them achieve better results and these have been put to use by businesses who not only want employees to be productive but also enthusiastic.
The following are some of the ways you can customise your office in order to make it more pleasing and productive for you and your team.
Use organisational accessories for decoration
Organisation is one of the keys of having a functional and productive office, so combining organisational tools with the effort to make your office aesthetically pleasing can be a great way of hitting two birds with one stone. For example: chalkboards, pinboards, calendars and organised folders on bookshelves can all help to keep work in check and can also be made to look fantastic with a bit of effort.
Hang up artwork
You don’t, however, want all of your decoration to serve a function related to office work. Give your office a bit of flavour and culture with some classic or contemporary artwork. Not only does art on walls look nice but it can also be a great source of inspiration and motivation. So what are you waiting for?
Use uplifting colours
Offices are hectic, deadline-laden spaces and motivation is needed in order to lead to deadlines being met and targets being achieved. Often, that motivation is ingrained into the environment – our colleagues, the music we listen to and, importantly, the colours that we see. So if you’re currently stuck with drab greys and whites then it could be time for a change.
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