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4 Different Styles for your Hobby / Office Space

4 Different Styles for your Hobby / Office Space

 

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, people around the world have to adjust their schedules and work from home. However, working from home for a longer period of time can be really exhausting if the space does not have the correct interior design. Having a calm environment could help you focus better on your work, without getting distracted or stressed. To achieve this, follow 3 tips to make your home office a calm space!

 

 

Calm atmosphere

 

For many, a home is a place where you want to retreat after a long stressful day and hard work. For this reason, the right atmosphere, which is created by the interior design of your room, is a very important aspect to consider. But how can you accurately create this calming atmosphere? Well, here are a few tips and tricks to help you!

 

1. Go for a minimalistic style

If you’re working from home, we suggest following the minimalistic style. Why? Well, you will already have a bunch of stuff laying on your table such as your laptop, your notebook and pen, your phone, and maybe even a cup of coffee. This could make your space seem very cluttered and could actually distract you from your work, or even decrease your motivation. To avoid that, make sure to have a clear table.

 

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Wolf

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Cherries

 

 

2. Geometric shapes

Another way to obtain the calm aesthetic in your office space is by selecting artworks that depict geometric shapes instead of recognizable figures or spaces. If you have an active imagination you may find yourself distracted by artworks that depict people or things almost like you’re watching a film. However, artworks with simple shapes don’t encourage the mind to wander and can instead relax the mind, as it keeps you in the present space.

 

 

3. Muted, earthy colours

A calming environment can also be achieved through artworks that contain muted colours, instead of strong colours. A muted palette is a simple and effective way of introducing colours into your work environment. Also be sure to stick to a more natural colour palette which means blues, greens, and browns. These tones of colours are guaranteed to keep your stress levels down.

 

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Bells

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Bull

 

 

 

Add a touch of color

 

Your office doesn’t need to be stale and stuffy! Artworks are there to soothe, decorate, and most importantly, stimulate your environment for you!

 

1. Colour

Often times people gravitate towards dull artworks for their workspaces as they fear colour can be too distracting. Wrong! Colour does the complete opposite. Instead, colour adds life to your environment, which makes it the first thing to consider when looking for art for your office space. This way it can help you maintain your energy, whilst also adding a fun element into the workspace.

 

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2. A new way to listen to music…

Sometimes you may find yourself wanting to listen to music in your office space, however, you also find it easily distracting you from your work. So why not consider artwork influenced by sonic frequencies? This way, you can explore music visually in your work environment, without ever worrying about being distracted from your tasks!

 

3. Series over singular

Exploring a series of artworks for your office space rather than one may be more impactful. This way, you can help balance colours in your office space instead of having one colourful artwork that demands all your attention. Also, by selecting works from a single series you don’t have to worry about coordination or arrangement as the Artist has already done this.

 

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All about nature

 

Forget about the potted plants you forget to water and the succulents that you struggle to keep alive, Art is the perfect low maintenance object to add into your office spaces.

 


1. Nature doesn’t always mean plants…

When bringing natural elements into an office space, you may find yourself looking for the perfect pot plant or succulent. However, artworks that showcase nature are not only easier to maintain for the office space, but also, just as effective as a physical plant.

 

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Mediterranean Autumn

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Reference

 

 

2. Keep it vague & abstract

You don’t need to stress yourself with finding artworks that depict plants or landscapes. Try looking towards artworks that ‘imply’ nature instead, and you may find them to be more effective for an office space. This is because it can help stimulate the mind, as the artwork encourages the brain to work.

 

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Marble World 9

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Land of Gold

 

 

3. Colours

Works such as the ones seen below, make use of stone colours and earthy textures and so they bring in that ‘natural’ element in a more sophisticated way. The use of brown and gold colours can be more calming for those who do not favour the colour green.

 

 

 

Minimalistic

 

Keeping up with the chaotic rhythms of life can lead to anxiety and negative feelings. That’s why many people follow a more minimalistic approach for their decor. Eliminating clutter can do wonders for your sanity, so choosing a style which requires you to stick to the basics can help make your space feel refreshing, whilst still looking elegant and chic. 

 


1. Less is more

Sometimes we may think that artworks with a lot of colors and figures do more for the environment you’re decorating, but that’s not true. Minimalist artworks can impact your work space in a subtle yet effective way, as they tend to compliment the space, rather than call for a lot of attention. This is what makes this style ideal for an office space as you want art pieces to help ease the environment and not distract you from your work.

 

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One Heart

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Changes

 

 

2. Quality > Quantity

Luckily with this type of art style you don’t need to feel pressured to find artwork for every one of your four walls. As minimalism values quality over quantity, you only need to find yourself a single piece of quality Art and your office decor is complete!

 

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Elements/Universum

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Reflection

 

 

3. Colours

Oftentimes people associate ‘Minimalism’ with a type of blandness with the colours being grayscale. In actuality, minimalism does use colours, just not in a heavily saturated way. So don’t turn away from colours when looking for minimalist artworks, just make sure that the colour isn’t distracting

 

 

 

If you want to know, even more, check our more detailed guide on how to buy art for yourself and for your office. We are always here to help you to find the right artwork, you can book an appointment with us, and remember, enjoy yourself while in the process!

 

 

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