Now that we’re in the thick of summer, there’s no doubt your home has become a hub of activity. Between the kids on vacation from school, the rising temperature, and the slower pace at work, making a break for some quality time indoors is expected. So, why not make the most of it and upgrade your home office to create your own in-home retreat? Below, find three tips for how to revamp your space so you have everything you need to breeze through the season.
Refresh your decor
Art and adornments can bring an otherwise bland room to life, and Accent Decor (pictured below) specializes in just that. It’s the perfect place to find everything from vases to wall art to candles and figurines, so you can add a personal touch to your space. If you’re looking for a more antique style, try Debris Dallas for traditional antiques or Retrospektiv for mid-century modern finds.
Invest in quality furniture
Any good office needs quality furniture, whether that’s a sole desk or a cozy nook for lounging. To go the upcycling route and make your space completely unique, try Vinya for quality consignment furniture of all styles. For those that want brand new and completely personalized, you may be suited for interior design services to incorporate your style from the ground up. Cameron Drinkwater Interiors and M. Barnes & Co. (pictured below) provide completely customizable styling, so you can exactly what you want out of your pieces.
While decor and furniture will add a new look to your office, it’s also important to keep in mind how to make the space work for you — literally. Styled & Organized combines the best of functionality and design with both interior styling services and organization services, so you can maximize your office space for its intended use: work. With the company's help, figure out what furniture layout improves your workflow while also taking advantage of their organization tips so you can hit the ground running.
Whether you want subtle decor to add personality or prefer a complete redesign, take advantage of the summer downtime and use these tips to give your home office the revamp you’re looking for.