Your home office can be used for many purposes. It can be a designated space to run your business, a place to utilize your company’s work-from-home perk, or a simple nook to compute your monthly bills and organize your schedule. For this space to become as functional and beautiful as possible, it is not enough that you have a desk to work on and a chair to sit on.
Today, Renewal by Andersen® of Oklahoma, your experts in windows replacement, shares four tips when designing your home office.
1. Find the right place.
You’ll likely spend some hours inside your home office, so make sure to put a premium on space. Consider traffic flow and whether or not you can withstand distractions. If you are to receive clients now and then, see to it that your home office is enclosed and has enough seating.
2.Frame outdoor views.
Nothing beats the awesome view of your outdoors. Be sure that the windows you choose for your home office have larger glass areas and a sleek, narrow profile. This way, you can easily stare at what’s outside as you glance up from the computer screen.
3. Colorize the interior.
Disregard the white color theme in your 9-to-5 job. If you want to get yourself going while inside your home office, choose a color or two that will uplift your mood. Some people like bright, cheery colors like reds and oranges, while others choose greens and blues for a more calming effect.
4. Light up your home office.
Your home office should have enough lighting to relieve headaches and other symptoms of eye strain. Make sure your window lets in enough sunlight during the daytime. However, see to it that your computer monitor is positioned in a way that no glare won’t hit your eyes. Include a small lamp on your desk for task lighting.
For your window needs, turn to Renewal by Andersen of Oklahoma. We carry a full variety of shapes, sizes, styles, and colors so that you can choose the window right for you. Whether you want picture windows or double-hung windows for your home office, you can be sure our pros are ready to guide you every step of the way.
Call us today at (405) 652-1300 or fill out our contact form to request a free in-home consultation. We serve residents of Oklahoma City and nearby areas within the Tulsa and OKC region.