Home Office Orbit Clock
Home Office Orbit Clock

How To Personalize Your Home Office

It’s easy to focus more on function than beauty in your office. However, you can rapidly boost your productivity by personalizing your home office. With record numbers of employees working from home as a ripple effect of the pandemic, it’s time to upgrade your office. These tips will help you get started.

1. Upgrade Your Office Essentials

Begin by making a list of your required essentials. This includes your desk, chair, all-in-one printer, computer, office wall clock, and more. Upgrading these items to more thoughtful and stylized alternatives can create an environment that is more conducive to productivity.

2. Prioritize Ergonomics

Ergonomic office essentials minimize repetitive movement pain and strain and the aches and pains that come with sitting all day. This goes beyond an adjustable chair to:

A balance ball chair
Convertible or standing desk
Split keyboard
Sideways or ergonomic mouse
Foot riser
Laptop or monitor riser

3. Invest In Organizational Tools

While modern offices are paperless, you still need to prioritize organization. Keep clutter to a minimum and productivity to a maximum by:

Investing in desk and drawer organizers.
Utilizing file cabinets and closets for storage.
Organizing your cords so they aren’t an eyesore.
Utilizing baskets and bins for organized storage.
Using a label maker to organize your bins.

4. Creating A Stylized Video Background

Have you ever found yourself feeling background envy while video chatting? Yes, you can use a digital background, but consider something that feels more like you. Create a feature background or wall that includes any combination of:

Paint or wall coverings
Wall art and decorative décor
Stylish office wall clocks
Bookcase, table, or shelves
Books, decorative baskets, and art
Touches of natures such as plants

With just a few small changes you can transform your home office. We invite you to check back to Cube and Clover soon for more tips on stylizing your office!


This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Sheila E

    Greetings! Very useful advice within this blog or post! It is these little changes that produce the biggest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!!!

  2. Bonnie McSpadden

    Very good post. I certainly appreciate this site. Continue the good work!

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