3 Home Office Personalization Tips
1. Remember when your mom taught you how to use leftover wallpaper to line the drawers of your armoire? You can do the same in your office to personalize the white California Closets desk drawers.
2. Use extra bulletin boards to hold reminders, calendars, and a "To Do" list. On a separate board, you can keep kids drawings, photographs, and other non-work items. Put both boards where you can see them easily. After all, it's important to balance work and family!
3. You don't have to have plain, matching pens -- or any kind of matching supplies, for that matter. Sure, it makes for a cleaner, more professional look to have everything standard issue. But isn't it kind of nice to start writing a check and realize that the pen you're writing with was a gift from your brother, long ago? Bring items that have memories with you to your new home office space. And so what if people think your bright yellow mousepad is tacky? If you love it, keep it!
*Extra hint: Your home office space does not have to be big. Not only are small spaces sometimes easier to work with, they are nicer to work in. If your office ends up looking like a big sterile cubicle in a high-rise, you're not going to want to spend time there.
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