Do y’all also work from home? I’m willing to work more in an environment tailored to my style and filled with my things. If you’re looking to make this change with me, consider my suggestions for adding personality to your home office. See how this slight transformation can enhance the room and boost your productivity.
Hang Custom Wall Art
Do y’all have a favorite artist or make your own artwork? Stop buying the store-bought canvases with reprints. Browse through niche online marketplaces or local stores for unique art that captures your style and aesthetic.
Scatter Souvenirs and Trinkets
Over the years, y’all might have accumulated souvenirs or trinkets from events, vacations, festivals, and other adventures. Place these items on shelves or your desk to add a subtle touch of your personality. I found that I was more at ease in an environment with my favorite things because it felt more personable.
Install New Flooring
A quick way to completely transform your home office is to rip out the old flooring and install a new one. For more comfort, consider trying a 2022 carpet trend that modernizes your space. The flooring y’all choose will significantly impact the room’s aesthetic, so ensure you choose something you’ll like for a long time.
Design Space for Hobbies
I may be working from home, but that doesn’t mean I can’t use my office for other activities. Create a space within the room that can house some of your favorite hobbies. Maybe it’s a bookshelf, a crafting table, or a gaming console. Either way, this will add a ton of personality to your home office because it will feel more personal.
Don’t Forget the Furry Friend
Do y’all also have a furry friend who loves spending all their time with you? My dog constantly wants to sit in my lap while I work, so I left a corner of my office for her to rest near me. This gives her a space to spend time with me without distracting me from my work.
Place Unique Furniture
Y’all cannot forget the furniture. If you spend most of your time in this room, you’ll want something comfortable to sit in. Chairs and sofas can add style and vibrancy to a room, so don’t be afraid to choose unique patterns or textures.
If altering your entire home office doesn’t fit the budget, consider making small changes until the space feels true to who you are. Have fun with the colors and items; it should encourage productivity and inspiration. What will y’all do to your home office to give it more personality?