Today we are looking at organising your Home Office for the new year ahead. Fill your office with pretty office supplies and paper. Follow these simple tips to an organised and beautiful Home Office.
Add some fresh flowers from the garden or a lush green fern to your desk to breath some fresh air into your office space.
Lighting in your office is important, especially task lighting. This lamp from Freedom Furniture came with a black shade.
I have added some white ribbon stripes around the shade to dress it up for my desk. I didn’t want the stripes to be permanent so I have attached them with double sided tape.
Folding over one side of the ribbon to give it a finished look. If you are after something a little more permanent you can use a small amount of craft glue and apply with a paint brush so as not to leave glue marks that show through your ribbon.
Using decorative items such as glass jars, ginger jars and small trinket bowls are a great way to keep your small office accessories organised. Store your pins and paperclips in the small containers and use your ginger jars or larger glass containers to store your receipts and bits and pieces to keep your office clean and free of clutter.
File your receipts away in a folder with clear plastic sleeves and clearly label each month. Storage trays for the office are a great way to keep track of your paperwork.
A comfortable office chair is a must especially when you can be sitting at your desk for long hours. Add a soft comfy cushion to support your back.
Inspiration Board & Artwork
Keep focused with an Inspiration Board full of positive quotes and beautiful images. Fill your Inspiration Board with photos and things you love. Choose artwork from your favourite artist to finish your office.
These easy office organising tips will keep your office looking stylish yet functional for the year ahead.
Would you like to see some more Home Office inspiration. You can see Kylie’s recent Home Office make over on DIY Decorator. You will love what Kylie has done with her office.
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