Your office is practically your home away from home. It’s where you spend most of your day, worry about placing your company on the market, look for new opportunities and make your dreams come true. On top of all that, it’s your business’s calling card, for better or worse. As a result, the most productive offices combine comfort with a professional image. Is your office like this?
It doesn’t matter if you’re starting to set up your space or looking for tips to renovate it; we’ve separated some tips that can be very precious to ensure your path to success. Read more (อ่านต่อ which is the term in Thai):
The First Impression Remains
When you spend every day working in the office, it’s easy to forget how other people see that same space. So, put yourself in the shoes of a potential customer or partner visiting your space for the first time. What does your office say about your company? Does it convey an organized and efficient image? Is it a practical and inviting environment for visitors and colleagues?
Take a little time to notice these details, go to the door and see how your office looks to those who enter, and imagine being your first time in this place. What is your impression?
Spending a little extra time and money to get things neat, tidy, and beautiful is worth it to ensure your visitors see your space the way you want to be seen.
Think Of The Ideal Color
The physical space of an ideal office reflects, in a way, the type of work that is carried out there. Neutral colors, for example, combine with more conservative and traditional activities, such as law and accounting. A more vibrant vibe fits better for more creative areas like photography and advertising. Think about this when choosing the color of the walls, furniture, accessories, and details. The decoration style must also be by the work developed in this space.
A photograph of a decorated office room. Also, do some research on color psychology and consumption. The way things are arranged, such as where to hang your company logo, has the power to impact your potential customers.
Look For Affordable Furniture
You don’t need to spend a fortune on furniture for your office, but the cheapest ones may not be the best option in the medium to long term. Think about what you need for everyday life, and little by little, you can feel the real need for each piece. We made a post on how to set up and decorate a home office, and the tips can easily be used in your traditional office. Take a look there and apply some ideas!