To best use the space you have both artistically and functionally try to visualize the room totally empty. The design of the room and space itself should help you decide on what approach you’ll be taking for your decorating plan.
It’s very crucial to study the light in the room, to pay attention to the type of flooring, the architecture that surrounds the space, and the view outside the window. Decide on what elements you’d like to play with and the one’s that you’d want to minimize.
Always remember to add furnishings to the space little by little so you don’t create a random mess, buying too many things all at once can make it difficult to furnish the place effectively especially when you’re working with a home office design.
You need to decide on the look your office would be portraying, always keep in mind that it isn’t about the size of space you have but rather how you use that space.
Whether you shrink an already small room with dark hues or use it to its maximum potential.
You’ll get a lot more mileage from your decorating dollar if you spend the most on what has to last the longest and will get the hardest wear
For instance, if your budget is tight invest in goof hall carpet and cut back on the expensive floor coverings.