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If Brands Designed Offices
For those who work from home, it’s vital to have a workspace that’s separate from your day-to-day living. If you don’t, you can often find yourself not really being your most-productive self! That space should be somewhere you can keep all your files, notes, ideas and work equipment. Somewhere that enables you to not only be motivated, productive and focused, but to also provide the best experience for your clients or customers.
Above all, it should be inspiring. However, so often, home workspaces are cluttered and disorganised, crammed into a corner of a living room, bedroom or dining room and not at all the serene and motivational spaces they should be.
So, in a bid to find inspiration for the perfect home office, Bingham Self Storage have imagined what home offices would look like if they were designed by some of the world’s most iconic, creative and forward-thinking brands. After all, where better to look for inspiration than to brands that are continually inspiring generations of people all over the world?
A Google-inspired office equipped with a slide and mini-golf perhaps? After all, Google have fingers in so many pies, surely it can’t be long before they go into the home office design market too? Think in-office Analytics for tracking productivity trends (emails sent, number of minutes spent watching cat videos vs TED talks and real-time tea consumption), and a Google signature colour scheme.
Or maybe a Lego-inspired office with a build-your-own desk? You just know you’ve always dreamt of having a desk shaped like a racecar (complete with steering wheel and tiny levers, helmet optional), and bright green flooring that holds your furniture securely in place. Well here it is!
Find more home offices inspired by iconic brands on Bingham Self Storage’s blog.
For a look at the infographic, follow this link: http://www.binghamselfstorage.co.uk/blog/2018/04/if-well-known-brands-did-home-offices