Ideas for Springing Up Your Home Office in Time for Easter
Easter is a great time to work from home. Infuse this season with a dash of your own personal style.
- Playing with colors
No matter what style of decor you choose, incorporating color into your home office is always a good idea. It's also a great way to introduce new ideas and foster creativity. Yellow, for instance, creates a feeling of sunshine. This Raspberry Faux Leather Adjustable Swivel Chair by Manhattan Comfort has a retro-chic design with a high level of style, designed to provide maximum comfort while maintaining an unobtrusive profile. This chair is a true work of art that will stand out in any setting. Having it in your office immediately makes you happier.
- Incorporate Natural Elements
Bring some plants into your home office and watch how they instantly improve the atmosphere and your mental state. Choose your plants based on how much light they require to thrive in your environment. In the absence of adequate lighting, there are still plant options that can assist you in keeping your space green while also encouraging the flow of productive thoughts.
Photo by Michael Partenio
Incorporating wood furniture into your office is yet another way to try to embrace nature in the space. Wood is one of the simplest and most welcoming natural materials to incorporate into your interior design, and it comes in a variety of finishes. The dark brown finish on this Benzara’s Mango Wood Coffee Table adds depth to the wooden texture, allowing it to stand out as a stunning example of fine craftsmanship.
Benzara Mango Wood Coffee Table
MOE'S Henrich Sideboard
- Don't forget to decorate with Easter eggs this holiday season.
Easter is a joyous holiday marked by the decorating of Easter eggs. It's a good idea to put up an Easter Tree. Simply gather sturdy branches, place them in a heavy vase, and tie your colorfully dyed eggs to them. Alternatively, you could scatter Easter decor throughout your home office in bookcases and cabinets and create an Egg-Lined Shelves display.
Photos by Mike Garten