Noe Valley I:  Kitchen by Feldman Architecture

6 ways to turn your house into a productive home environment

Nancy Amon Nancy Amon

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We can all agree that being productive at work is far easier than the productivity at home. Why? In our beautiful homes there is so much room for distraction that may throw us off the path of staying focused or achieving a deadline. So, is it possible to create a more productive home environment? You can do some easy DIY changes or you can bring in the help of trained and skilled professionals to aid your project plans.

1. Minimum distraction and seamless beauty

This lounge is beautiful, it blends neutral colors of white shades, various brown wood, metal, and furniture that is comfortable and relaxing. The color blends and tranqual setting is a wonderful way to lower stress levels and encourage the hormones that promote a happy mood. This is needed for our minds to be more productive in thought and inspires creativity. This room also adds flowers which are not only beautiful to look at but also makes the air we breathe healthier for our bodies.

2. Drawing inspiration from nature

Magnolia House:  Corridor & hallway by Rerucha Studio
Rerucha Studio

Magnolia House

Rerucha Studio

Just look at this stunning deck area, it is packed with space and sports a gorgeous view. This can be the ideal spot for your yoga stretches and meditation as you take in fresh air and feel the sun on your skin on a warm day. Or you could enjoy the same on the inside if the weather is cold and rainy as the large glass windows allows the natural elements from outside to filter through. The neutral colors are inviting and add to that minimal simplicity of design which is good for you. You can also turn this into a productive work environment.

3. Add some life with plants in your bathroom

Plants are a natural and wonderful addition to any home as they provide good air for us to breathe taking in the bad carbon dioxides and also providing that added visual beauty effects that are bound to create a feeling of happiness. The straight lines of the vanity cabinet and the neutral colors blending with the natural sunlight shining through is sure to give you that energizing boost you need each morning after your bathroom routine.

4. Basking in the outdoors and breathtaking views

Tranquility and serenity can be naturally enjoyed by breathing in fresh sea breeze or seeing a beautiful view such as this breathtaking outdoor area. This deck offers not only envying sea views but also a generous space to work with whether you’re entertaining or simply basking in the sun.

5. Comfortable seating and clever use of color

Color has a way to stimulate both positively and negatively. The minimum but efficient use of yellow can help to promote focus and as seen in this example, the clever use of yellow truly compliments this neutral kitchen nook. This space can also double up as a comfortable place to put some thoughts onto paper without the need for a home office.

6. Artistic flow

You can be inspired in a place that has beautiful visuals such as this appealing art piece on the wall, it’s unique and probably one of a kind. With the wall art paired with these stunning, modern furniture and freestanding fireplace, why wouldn’t you want to work in this productive home environment?

The art of transforming your house into a productive home environment is by synchronizing elements that creates a perfect balance. In a nutshell, this will incorporate nature, color and the use of space. It’s the ideal way to enjoy your home to the full.

Are you ready to turn your regular home into a more productive living environment?
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