Labor tight spaces as small cubicles and offices often be uncomfortable in itself, but if we give a good organization and decoration can feel more comfortable, and to improve our productivity.
Tips for Decorating a small cubicle or office
The decor and its benefits at work
The decor of our cubicle or small office desk is essential to raise our morale, relieve our stress level and, as a result, also increase our productivity and performance. There are many decorating techniques that we can apply in tight spaces, so your small work environment is comfortable, cozy and comfortable. Here are some ideas.
Organize your workspace
We begin by maximizing the space available, considering the length, width, and height of our workspace. If you have a cubicle or small office, you need a lot of storage space, to maintain order and cleanliness.
Instead of a common table or a computer desk, choose (or request), a desk with many drawers. This way you can keep well saved both your papers and documents, as well as your everyday objects, without being lost, misplaced or clutter the place.
On your desk table place two stackable trays to put there papers and documents, perhaps one with a label saying “do” and another with a letter that says “facts”. This will allow you to sort your pending tasks, and evaluate the progress of your daily tasks unaided eye. Also your pencils and pens should be contained in a pen, or at least in an old cup with decorative motifs of your choice.
Coat and briefcase are objects that are often uncomfortable in small offices and cubicles. If at all possible, leave your coat on the coat rack from the break room, or put a hook on the far your work area (even perhaps in an almost inaccessible corner) wall to hang there and do not disturb.
Decorated with a personal touch
Always remember to have, a decorative object in sight (one or more, always small and tasteful), to feel more comfortable in your cubicle. However, do not overdo this: fill your computer screen with pictures and rubbings can disfigure your workspace, and you can give the feeling of being saturated with tasks and stimuli.
If possible, place a small plant on your desk to decorate with a natural touch. When you feel overwhelmed by the task, take a reward, devoting a few minutes to irrigation and cleaning your floor.
Regarding the overall decorative style cubicle or small office, requests that the walls or walls are painted light colors, pastel shades. White is too stressful work environments and does little creative stimulus. the better the light and soft tones, to stimulate you stress. then seeks to make decorative objects you choose to remain to the tone of the walls, not to produce a color clash that could distract you.