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Work From Home – Choosing Interior Décor For Your Home Office

Most of us spent a large part of our lives earning a living at our place of work until the pandemic changed things. Working from home became the new normal. Yes, it has saved many the stress of dealing with traffic jams while going to the office, which has increased productivity. But all of this has come at a price – after-hours work happens regularly. 
People are more stressed than ever before as the line between private life and work blurs out. In the midst of all this, there is at least one thing you can do to make things better while you work from home. It is choosing the appropriate home office interior décor. 
The dining room is one area that people love to use. It has sturdy seats and a table which make it a good choice for deep work or tough projects that require full concentration.

The first thing that comes to mind when you have to work from home is “which part of my house should I use as my office?” If you have a large house, the options can be many. 

Even though this place is meant for eating, it can be used as a home office and furnished for that purpose. While doing that, it’s a good idea to pay attention to the colours you choose. 
Red is one vibrant colour loved by a lot of ladies. Some people believe seeing the colour red gives the viewer a boost of energy. The heart beats faster and the pulse quickens because of it. 
Others say a bit of red is good but too much of it can make people act with more emotion and less reason. What about you? What effect does red have on you?
Colours just may have more impact on us than we imagine.  The items in the picture above would look outstanding in any dining room. They meet at a point where art and usefulness become one.

The study is probably the most suitable room to use as your home office. It has all the things you need to be an effective worker. The room has enough space for a table and chair, it is usually quiet and may have a computer and printer. 

Think about how much better such a place would be with a desk that looks like the one below. Nature has a way of making us feel relaxed and grounded. It also brings out the spark of creativity within us. These all help us achieve the balance needed to be successful while working from home.

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