Home Office Wallpaper Can Help to Reduce Stress

A lot of nine-to-five workers can attest that most offices are designed to look as plain and nondescript as possible. There is little to no emphasis on enhancing mood, inspiring creativity, or reflecting personal style. A home office is the antithesis of this. Your home office is your space. Chances are you'll be spending a lot of time there. Home office wallpaper might not seem like a vital part of creating a productive environment; however, the reality is that color, texture, and pattern can serve to create a theme, lift a mood, help increase focus, and just plain let you feel happy to be there.

Savvy designers know that color choice can have a profound impact on productivity. Greens and pale blues encourage relaxation. In the TV industry, talk show guests await their time on stage in a so-called Green Room. Traditionally, this is a room with soft green walls meant to help the guest feel comfortable and calm before coming out on stage. Bright yellow colors can increase energy and improve focus, while deep violets, blues, and purples stimulate creativity. Keeping these color therapy principles in mind as you select your new home office wallpaper will help you make a selection best suited to your needs. A white ceiling can open up smaller rooms and keep you from feeling cramped, while a photomural on one wall may be just the inspiration you need to spark creativity day after day.

Home office wallpaper should help you create an environment that allows you to do your best work, and feel comfortable while doing it. Consider your own preferences along side popular decorative theory. Spend some time looking at home office designs and decide on the specific environment you'd like to create. The right mix of color, design, texture, and theme can make your home office wallpaper work just as hard as you do. 

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