Homeowners are constantly challenged to maximize the smallest spaces in their home. My clients are no exception. In today 's economy, families are often reluctant to consider buying a larger and larger home when they want more space for a growing family or for their families. changing needs. Most likely, an extra bedroom serves as the family's home office, rarely offering enough space for the needs of an office, which can also serve as a dormitory for guests or a smaller den. Three of the most common challenges that homeowners face in a small space are lack of storage, inefficient use of space and poor design.
I am delighted to share ten design tips that I've used successfully to take cluttered and cluttered desktops into spaces that customers want to leave:
- Think of the feature first -Determine how the space will be used to the arrangement of everything in the space. A bespoke office unit specific to your body type, height and movement reduces the dead space in a room.
- Eliminate Visual Clutter – Keeping the pattern to a minimum and creating a focal point helps to establish a restful mood. Arrange shelves and store small things in drawers or cabinets. Know when to use negative space (empty areas) to punctuate certain items and when negative space needs to be busy to complete the design.
- Update Lighting – Lamps are vital to bring a room to life. There should be a balance between the ambient lighting, the task and the ambience around the entire room to lessen the dark areas and draw attention to your focal points. It is also important to have proper lighting for reading and using the computer. Wall sconces are a great way to relax or watch TV.
- Lift the eye with dramatic verticals – This is another trick to increase the perceived space in a room. In an office, it is natural to want to take shelves on the ceiling to create more storage. Do not stop there! Use works of art and window treatments to catch your attention vertically to enlarge the space.
- Repeat the color for balance – When the strongest color is on the wall, repeat the color in the furniture or accessories to enlarge the space.
- Add a Conversation or Relaxation Place – Mentally, the simple fact of knowing that there is a comfortable area dedicated to relaxation or a break from work makes you more productive and less busy in a space of job. The seats should be tilted in a way that invites you into the room.
- Unify the conversation zone with a carpet.
- Using Floor Space – Do not place furniture in the center of the room is a common mistake. Rather than open space, it actually promotes a cavernous feeling. Once again, you want to feel attracted.
- Use large-scale objects – Larger furniture and accessories are better. Many small objects are difficult. Limit the number of objects in the room by paying more attention to the type and location of each object in the room.
- Think Like a Designer – Although the function is first in an office space, seize every opportunity to create a beautiful harmonious space. Select a unique trash to add style to your design. No article is too insignificant to brighten up your space. Make it a space you will not want to leave.
By following all or part of these suggestions, you will be on the road to designing the home office that you have always dreamed of.