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Turn That Deadspace Into A Workspace Easily Without Having To Look Boring

Thinking about making a change on your work space and or home office? It sounds a bit of a challenge for some and perhaps for most of us but it does not have to with this simple arrangement I found online.

A separate and distinct area intended for a work space or home office helps people working from home to be more inspired to accomplish their tasks. Some dedicate a whole room just for that sake but those who do not have the luxury of space usually turn to their bedroom. I personally would not opt for the latter as I may tend to get bored, distracted or lazy.

Some of the things I consider when creating my work space are:
1.Distractions — the moment we turn that computer on we know we have to work, but if your space is full of distractions then it becomes more of a struggle trying to accomplish your tasks. I get distracted by mementos with fond memories, eye-catching details on my desk and the noise outside.

2.Clutter — when I was in college I can work with chaos I know where the things I need are in the sea of mess. That no longer serves me well today. A cluttered desk sucks my energy away. I lose my focus as my brain is busy dealing with the clutter in front of me

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3.Boring — you can not have too much of everything otherwise it would either bore or overwhelm you. We are working and may need some hints of inspirations in the workstation.Just be cautious not to overdo putting in there what inspires you.

I found this photo online.

I think it was able to address all the considerations I had in mind.It was a dead space that was converted into a work space that rocks. It is not inside the bedroom as it looks like just an empty corner with a good source of outdoor light. It is low maintenance and easy to pull off. If you work during the day you can take advantage of the light from outside which helps save on energy consumption.Look how simple and minimal the floating shelf and desk are, it would not cost you an arm and a leg to install them.No bulky and hard to fit furniture.There is no clutter because the space shows only what is essential to getting the work done. I love that there is enough room under the desk and I think it is better to keep it that way. I like the use of color which does not distract my eyes it is not boring as there were some bold pieces in the decor like the big photo frame in black an white. I love how the decors are sitting above eye level on top of the shelf which is not distracting at all.

This is how simple yet efficient this design is. Someone has done the legwork and I am glad to share it for those looking for an inspiration.




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    • It was nice to have a working place so neat and cluttered free. I must admit that I never tried to fix the workstation in my previous companies. It is a waste of time. Now, I am working at home. I had created my own room with a workstation that is perfectly done.

    • The problem with office space is too many junk that needed to be de clutter.
      I would love to make my office desk look like in the picture too. So comfy and relaxing

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