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Design tips for a cosy office

Feeling homesick when you’re at work? You can change that.

These days, it is becoming more acceptable for offices to take on a more casual tone and stray away from the intimidating all glass and steel look. This is good news to employees who love coming to a cosy office that’s comfortable and is reminiscent of home.

Here are some great office additions to make any workplace more inviting.

Plants and flowers



Plants and flowers are important in creating a cosy and warm environment. Make sure to keep them fresh and healthy for that added personal touch and appeal.


Home furniture



To make an office feel like home, it needs to have personality; you can’t find that in office furniture. House furniture, on the other hand, as long as it matches and is equally functional, can turn a stiff environment into a more relaxed one.  Choose soft furnishings to complete the look and make customers and employees feel right at home.


Good lighting



There’s nothing like fluorescent lights to make a place feel cold and harsh. For a more relaxed atmosphere, warm-coloured halogen lights that come in dome shapes are advisable as they diffuse light and create an even distribution of it across the room. 





Instead of going for the usual boring corporate art, why not pick out something you really love? There are many affordable pieces in the market made by local artists to choose from. Don’t be afraid to get creative and collaborate with employees to create a unique feature wall that will surely draw interest and joy from viewers.





Office floors are often neglected, but they are very important in making the environment cosy and more inviting. Rugs are a great addition because they break the pattern and make any space feel warm and appealing.


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