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8 Easy Ways to Make Your Office Unique

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It is no secret that your office atmosphere can have a significant impact on your work and productivity. This can directly impact your business too: your office should be welcoming to visitors and prospective clients in order to benefit your business. Here are 8 easy tips that you can use to make your office unique.

1. Motivational Quotes

Putting up beautiful posters of motivational words and quotes around the office in attractive and catchy fonts and colors is a valuable addition to any office. It will be aesthetically pleasing for anyone as well as inspire and energize staff at work. A visitor to the office also feels a positive vibe thanks to these inspirational words. This is something simple you can do to promote positivity that can support your staff’s wellbeing and maintain a cheerful office atmosphere.

2. Office Plants

Having plants around the office is a great way to create a lively atmosphere – literally! There are many benefits of plants in the office. They can have positive psychological effects and boost productivity. While brightening up your day, plants can add great vibes to the office atmosphere, enabling your staff to focus on work with a sharp and clear mind. It’s a good idea to change things up every season – you can hire or buy the plants you need for each season such as a winter hanging basket to brighten up the colder months.

3. Colors

Painting your office walls in bright shades that boost productivity and create a lively environment is another handy idea to create a unique office. Studies show that different colors can influence an individual’s state of mind and productivity. For example, yellow can enhance creativity while blue can aid with concentration. Also, the intensity of color plays a part. Choose colors that can bring comfort to your staff and encourage them to become more creative and productive. 

4. Be Eco-Friendly

Creating an eco-friendly look for your office has many benefits. When eco-friendly practices are introduced into the work atmosphere, it gives your staff a sense of social responsibility. You can do this by using eco-friendly equipment and observe eco-friendly practices in the office. 

For example, you can use recycled paper for printing, print both sides or go electronic as much as possible, and replace disposable cups with reusable ones. There are many other green practices you can follow, such as switching off lights and appliances when not in use, and shutting down your computer or laptop completely when you work.

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5. Lighting

Lighting is another factor that can create magic in your office and contribute to a positive and productive work atmosphere. Make sure to allow in as much natural lighting as possible with window designs that allow more light into the office. If there are no windows, see to it that you install bright enough white light because it influences peoples’ circadian rhythms and helps staff to be more alert and focused on work, while creating a cozy atmosphere inside the office.

6. Relaxing Area

Modern offices make sure to have a corner for employees to relax as this is known to boost productivity. Try to keep a space separate from work areas for staff to use, even if it is a just small office to have short breaks during long, tedious work hours. Furnish it with comfortable seating and decorate the space with vibrant colors, interesting items, and motifs. A few minutes break in a positive, relaxing area like this will rejuvenate and refresh your staff, which helps them resume their work with increased vigor.

7. Right Acoustics

Modern office spaces lean more towards an open design to welcome a more collaborative atmosphere. However, these designs can lead to disturbing and unwanted noise that disrupts productivity. Necessary partitions, barriers, and sound-absorbing materials should be used to keep noise at a minimum. Unnecessary background sound can lead to stress, fatigue, and a lack of focus. An office with minimal noise will have a unique and calm spirit to it. 

8. Mimic Larger Space

If your office is small, it can feel suffocating. You can expand a small space in a few ways, and if this is not possible, you can also create the impression of a larger area using certain tricks. For example, you can opt for cloud storage so that you can do away with space-consuming hardware, server stations, and so on. Declutter and organize your office equipment and furniture to make the most of the available space. You can also use mirrors and improve lighting in dimly lit corners and corridors to create the impression of a larger space.

All the above tips help an office spread positive vibes and bring cheer to your staff. This will create a unique office and boosts your employees’ productivity. This will also create a better impression for the clients who step into your office. 


Sneha Shah

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