In the past year, there’s a good chance your home office has seen more activity than usual. With more than 5% of the workforce working from home full-time and 23.7% working from home at least some of the time, today’s telecommuters are more curious than ever about how to get the most out of their home office layout. If you’re looking for ways to maximize space and productivity, keep these simple layout, aesthetic and organization tips in mind.
Seashells, sports memorabilia, antiques, fine china—whatever you collect, how they’re showcased is often as important as the items themselves. If you visit a museum or gallery, you’ll probably notice that collectibles just look better there. That’s because careful attention has been paid to choosing collectible displays that allow for optimal viewing and are lit to perfection. Take a page or two from the pros yourself. Here are some tips you can use to make your collection look great right in your own home.
Educators are always thinking of new ways to connect with students. One is through thoughtful and creative classroom design. Student-centered learning environments are welcoming and, when done well, serve all types of learners.
Successful classroom design requires a little outside-the-box thinking and experimentation. There isn’t really one set strategy that works for every room. Some teachers may even rearrange their classes a few times during the course of a school year to keep things fresh and perk up students who’ve settled into a pattern.
Here are five creative organization tips you can use to spruce up your space and direct attention effectively.