Workstation Windows and Mirror Tricks for Home Based Business and Office Interior Design
Sometimes it is difficult to convert a home room into an office, but no doubt one has to make due, I mean what choice do you have? One strategy that many folks do not realize is the use of mirrors. What I mean is that often someone working out of their home wants to look out the window. Facing the outside has many psychological advantages, such as not feeling boxed in, or enclosed. Even normal folks can experience issues with mild claustrophobia. Okay so, let’s talk.
Not only can you use mirrors to make the room feel and appear bigger in your mind, but you can also use mirrors to see behind you. So, let’s say you have a TV at a wall socket facing the back of your desk which is facing the window. If you keep trying to turn around you will have a sore neck. Yes, you can listen in the back ground, but if you set things up correctly you can put a small film on the window in a certain spot to reflect the TV, or put a mirror off to the side, thus, you can see it perfectly, this really works well, plus you can hear it from behind.
Now then, one strategy you can try is to tilt your television upward at a certain angle and put the mirror were the wall meets the ceiling. And then make sure that the reflection is facing the mirror directly so you do not get a distorted picture. This works quite well. Best of all, you still have your window to the world, and only perhaps your computer screen in front of you. The TV will not distract you unless you look into the mirror, and you only have to do that when you hear something that you’d like to see, the rest of the time it’s very easy to just tune out, while you concentrate on your productivity and your business.
Indeed, it takes less than a couple hours to get used to this new set up, and it might seem awkward at first, but within a very, very, short amount of time you’ll get used to it, and you will like the new look, and your desk is cleared, and you will no longer have a sore neck from looking sideways, or turning around. I’m surprised more chiropractors do not recommend this for their home-based business clients. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think about it when adjusting your home business office Interior.