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One after another, business documents tend to pile up, resulting in creepy (and wobbly) rows on the floor and desk. And so, after a few weeks, what was one domestic work station rather dignified it turns into a real corner of chaos. Which, as confirmed by studies and research, has a decidedly negative effect on mood and levels of concentration and productivity. If you are also in smart working and you are wondering how to manage office space (maybe very small), here are the expert’s advice to make everything as organized, functional and zen as possible.
The art of organizing everything down to the centimeter it becomes essential when the spaces available for the home office are miniature. The studio architect and interior designer Paolo Rota explains RotaGiorgino: «The first piece of advice is to get all those elements that help order, both at home and in the office. Think about resealable containers, folders and folders. They look like trivial objects, but they are of great help in reducing the chaos effect. Always to add storage space, yes to drawers integrated in the desk and / or to cabinets drawer units on wheels, excellent solutions to keep the workstation as free as possible. In addition to the documents, at the end of the day you can store the accessories that create the messy effect, from cables to the keyboard, without forgetting the mouse and stationery supplies. To say goodbye to the chaotic (mood-disturbing) visual effect, avoid the jumble of cables, grouping them with the appropriate sheaths. Finally, if your home office is located in the living area and does not enjoy the privacy of a dedicated room, I recommend create a small private sphere using a resealable divider, a free standing bookcase or a screenperhaps decorated with a vegetable pattern to bring a touch of nature to the work area ».
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Source: Vanity Fair