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End your Monday blues and start a productive week by creating the right mood for your workspace. Yes, your desk may be the most chaotic place throughout the day, but it's also the best place for a makeover. With these tips, maintaining a magazine-esque workspace will be no mission impossible.photo via: Apt. 34 / Follow Apt. 34 on Bloglovin'
1. Choose a color palette
Repeat colors but disperse them evenly throughout the space. Whether you go for earth tones, monochrome, or pastels, colors set the fundamental atmosphere for your working style. A harmonious color combination helps your mind and space stay focused.photo via: Style and Create / follow Style and Create on Bloglovin'
2. Hang, don't pile.
Piles of documents, flyers, and gadgets can grow and occupy your desk. You can avoid losing important or inspiring pieces by making use of wall space or even a mood board. An old-fashioned mood board will still serve you well, even when everyone is bookmarking inspiration online. A physical mood board will encourage you to display artifacts more mindfully than a digital board, and you'll be able to pay better attention to textures and forms.photo via: House number 15 / follow House number 15 on Bloglovin'
3. Mix heights, shapes, and textures.
Your workspace undertakes tons of tasks every day, so finding a good balance of comfortable and aesthetically pleasing can be difficult. Here's a styling tip to help. When objects are similar in height, shape or texture, mix those with different colors together; when they are different, balance your scene by grouping objects in the same color palette ensemble.photo via: daily dream decor / follow Daily Dream Decor on Bloglovin'
4. Keep inspiration close at hand.
This one is for those who feel dried up from the daily grind. Art pieces, quotes, photos, postcards... load up on creative boosters and stay inspired.photo via: Badlands / Follow Badlands on Bloglovin'
5. Take advantage of natural light.
Proper lighting is critical for your work, especially natural lighting. Getting more natural light during the day helps you sleep better at night, and paves way for better health, a better mood and more productivity.Read more about creating inspiring workplaces: