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Making your office seem comfortable and relaxing may seem impossible, what with all the tension that could encompass the whole room. So for those who just got promoted, got a new job, or even those who just want to revamp their office, keep the interest and enthusiasm. Those will be the ones that can keep you going in the zone that you are about to go into because underneath the beautiful interiors are usually the hefty price tags, stretched patience and some exhausted muscles.

Unfortunately, the office like our home can tell a lot about our personality. It can make or break a business deal. So giving off a clean and professional atmosphere is de rigueur. The ambience that is not too overwhelming and that is relaxing enough can help a lot. It can ease out the tension caused by pre-meeting jitters. You will be spending more than half a day at most in your office, so make it as comfortable as possible, not only for you, but also for other people.

Basic Elements

1. Office chairs are very important since you will be sitting most of the time. Make sure they are very comfortable. Movable chairs with wheels are the usual kind offered. Get one that you feel most snug in and has a good back support that can be adjusted into a recliner.

2. Desks that are wide enough are good. Choose ones furnished with drawers that have locks and keys. They will keep important documents safely. Getting two desks is also a wise decision. One is where you do your work manually and the other is a computer table.

3. Seats for associates, customers or colleagues are also important, unless you plan to set up a waiting area outside your office. These seats could be where you can have light conversations with friends and acquaintances that just happen to drop by. Make sure these seats are comfortable to avoid getting bad remarks from other people. Make their stay a good one.

4. Coffee tables can make your office a bit homier. Place magazines on top of them so that you won’t leave visitors idle waiting for you.

5. Cabinets are important for storing documents and records. Though you may have computers, you will always need filing cabinets and drawers for your hard copies.



The basic elements are merely what they are called – basic. Don’t be afraid to show people your personality by injecting style in functional pieces like tables and desks with intricate designs. Or better yet, decorate your workplace by having paintings mounted on walls, lamps on top of desks, mini-chandeliers, and even lush carpeting.

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