Illuminate Your Home Office for More Productivity

Lighting design can play a big role in your performance while working at home. Photo courtesy of Hinkley .
www.hinkleylighting.com
Lighting design can play a big role in your performance while working at home. Photo courtesy of Hinkley .www.hinkleylighting.com

Whether you're temporarily telecommuting or working from home all the time, there's no denying that today's business world gives people more ways than ever to get work done from the comfort of their pajamas.

However, just because the traditional office environment is no longer a necessity doesn't mean you should skimp on factors that will help you accomplish more. Case in point: Lighting design.

No matter what kind of work you're doing, you need to be able to see clearly. A dim working environment can lead to mistakes and eye strain – two things no one needs. Focus on lighting fixtures that will make accomplishing work goals easier. Task lighting, such as a lamp at your desk, can make focusing on your job that much easier.

Taking Control of Your Office Environment
Keep in mind that a home office means you're the boss when it comes to lighting design. Instead of being forced to deal with the harsh fluorescent lights often found in offices, you can create a design that is geared to make you more comfortable.

Installing a dimmer to change with the sunlight streaming through your blinds throughout the day can be a good way to incorporate natural light into the mix, as well.

Visit your local ALA showroom or americanlightingassoc.com to learn more about how you can enhance your home office.

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