Now is the perfect time for closet cleanouts & home improvements – but let’s not forget about our Work Space! As we all spend a lot of time in the Office it’s very important to feel comfortable. A fresh update can boost your creativity and simply makes you feel good! Found some great new office supply at the Cos x Hay collection update and wanted to share some tipps with you.
So here’s a little guide on how to make the most out of your Work Space:
A clean desk is crucial for a productive workflow – time to declutter! Close your eyes and imagine what you really need close at hand (e.g. pens, folders, notebooks) then reconsider what should stay on your desk and what could be put in a drawer.
Once your desk is clean and decluttered it’s time to focus on more storage. Keeping your work space practical and simple helps you to stay on top of things, so make sure all your bits & bobs are stowed away: A beautiful marble box for Paper clips, a fold-out paper archive for your receipts, small boxes for business cards and Notebooks for your daily thoughts.
UPGRADE YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES
Step up the game and transform your desk into a Pinterest-perfect work space: A concrete pen holder, brass or copper clips for your to-do lists, eyecatching rubber balls & golden scissors. Upgrading your office supplies can be a whole lotta fun + your desk never looked so chic!
FEEL AT HOME
As we all spend a lot of time in the office it’s important to make us feel at home! Invest in fresh flowers (I love to buy ranunculus & hyacinths at the moment) and scented candles – for a more homelike feel. An amazingly smelling work space will have positive and calming effects! In addition choose a beautiful table top lamp for great lighting and a soft blanket for cosy time-outs.
BOOST YOUR CREATIVITY
Surround yourself with art – it will boost your creative work flow! For example: Print out pictures of things you love and create mood boards or collages. That will provide you with constant inspiration and elevate your creativity! Have fun rearranging!
In Collaboration with Cos x Hay