When it comes to a revamp the thing that pops into our heads is revamping our wardrobes.
But, what about a home revamp? While you can get those new indoor clothing items to make homeworking a little easier, if you’ve been working from your bedroom, you’ve probably been thinking of making it a little nicer.
You’ve no doubt read about the person who
The power of paint
If you feel your room is looking a little drab, you’ll be surprised at how much a quick coat of paint will brighten it up, regardless of the colour you choose. However, go for a neutral, lighter colour as this will stop the room from feeling so closed in and give the allusion of a brighter space.
Make it big
Speaking of space, if you have a mirror of two it’ll make your
If you’ve been working on the bed, then you’re doing it wrong. Not only will this reduce productivity, but it’ll also give you a bad back and could make it harder to sleep. But, if you have no room for a desk, opt for a type of dressing table that can double up as a desk.
Light it up
While we have a lot of natural light in the summer, if you’re working in your room come winter it’ll be much darker. But, don’t rely on that one-bedroom light, instead opt for a few bright lamps to add some wonderful light to your room.
Plants are a great way to boost productivity and add a pop of colour and interest to a room. They’ll also help to keep the air clean, which is a winner all around really.
Take a seat
Adding a chair to your room gives you somewhere to sit while working or while doing your hair and face in the morning or night.
As you can see, with a few quick and easy improvements, you’ll be able to make your bedroom not just perfect for working, but a serene place you can relax at all times.