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Improve Your Office Aesthetic With These Tips - Lewis Robinson - Blog

Improve Your Office Aesthetic With These Tips

When designing or redecorating your office, efficiency should be one of your primary concerns. Nevertheless, you may inadvertently hurt your employees' productivity by not giving enough consideration to aesthetics. While still maintaining a professional attitude and not distracting from the work, your office should be a place that is comfortable and inviting. Making your office a place where employees want to be helps encourage them to work better and harder. Here are some tips to improve your overall office aesthetic.


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On the one hand, a cohesive design helps to make the office space more visual appealing. On the other hand, a chair that is comfortable for you may not be comfortable for everyone. When one's chair is not comfortable, it is harder for one to concentrate on free sale tracking software and related business matters. The solution, then, is to offer chair options with a wide range of ergonomic adjustment possibilities and similar design elements. That way, everyone can adjust the chair to his or her own comfort level without disrupting the general style concept.


Unique Artwork

Unique artwork doesn't necessarily mean original artwork. Rather, it means prints that you wouldn't typically expect to see in an office. "Corporate artwork," e.g., posters with inspirational quotes and messages, have become a cliché. As a result, many employees no longer even look at them. Instead, look for prints of fine art and photographs or think about environmental graphic design that says something about your business.


Natural Lighting

Research into natural lighting in workplace settings demonstrates that it is crucial for those working indoors to receive as much of it as is feasible. Unfortunately, many office buildings, especially those that are older, do not provide a lot of access to natural light. However, you can make the most of whatever natural light you do receive by rearranging office furniture so that it does not obstruct the windows. In the long run, it may be worthwhile to consider installing skylights or otherwise remodeling the office to receive more natural light.

If receiving more natural light is just not an option, then consider strategic lighting for its psychological and physiological benefits. For example, instead of overhead fluorescent lights, consider task lights that use soft-colored bulbs and feature a sustainable design.


Branded Accessories

When employees feel connected to your company, they are more likely to invest personally and develop loyalty to it. You can help employees and clients alike make that connection through office accessories that are subtly branded. Don't go overboard with it, or it will start to feel overwhelming, but photographs of significant events in your company's history or an accent wall featuring your logo are subtle, elegant touches that can be very effective.


Indoor Greenery

When the weather is nice, people long to be outdoors, but for many companies, taking operations outside just isn't feasible. However, there are many ways to bring the outdoors in. Potted plants, or even just pictures of nature scenes, help your employees to feel more connected to the outside world. Better still, splashes of greenery and natural graphics still help the office to feel brighter and more cheerful even when the weather outside isn't so nice. Another avant-garde natural design concept that is gaining in popularity is the living wall, which not only adds greenery in a unique way but also helps control acoustics.


Cleanliness Standards

A clean office is not only more attractive but also much healthier for you and your employees. Set standards of cleanliness for everyone in the office to adhere to and make sure they apply equally to everyone, including you. Provide a closet for workers to hang up their coats and enforce rules against eating at desks to prevent clutter and crumbs from disrupting your office aesthetic.

You can go further to promote the health and wellness of your employees. For example, you can add hand sanitizer stations and filtered water dispensers for your employees' comfort and peace of mind.

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