P ossibly the most relevant of interior design trends is creating a home office. With an uptick in remote work, there is a need to create a workspace that is productive and functional. A well-designed space can help shut out distractions, center the mind, and inspire creativity.
Wallpaper. You might have heard that wallpaper is making a comeback. Bring the trend into your home office to add visual interest without crowding the space. Adding wallpaper brings personality to your normally mundane workspace and allows you to do your best work, and feel comfortable while doing it.
2 Lots of Lighting
While natural light is the gold standard, not every home office has adequate exposure. When you work in a home office, the character and quality of lighting in your workspace can help increase your productivity. Poor lighting can reduce your energy, produce eyestrain and headaches, and ultimately impair your ability to work effectively. If you don't have a lot of natural light, then artificial lights are even more important when considering workspace illumination. Throwing a little ambient light into the mix will help soften the harsh light that can come from just overhead or task lighting. A lamp is the perfect way to add that final layer of ambient light to your office.