Ten Workspaces From Flickr

Having a pleasant office layout and décor is not just for your personal comfort but also for making sure you’re efficient at what you do. Whether you work from home or in an office, the workspace needs to be inviting, comfortable and well-designed in order to allow you to be as efficient as you can. This can be achieved in several different ways. We found some very interesting and inspiring office decors on Flickr and we decided to share them with you.

When organizing your office, make sure everything is placed at a comfortable level

As you can see, each one of these offices and workspaces is different. Still, they all have in common the fact that they are efficiently designed. But let’s make a list of some of the most important characteristics that should define a good workspace environment. First of all, it needs to be comfortable. This means you have to invest in a good chair. Then you have to keep the workspace clean and organized.

A small, individual work area is nice as long as you have extra storage

Always keep your work surfaces clean, organized and uncluttered
Add a touch of green to your workstation and the atmosphere will become fresh and dynamic
The key to a great shared workspace is discipline and organization
Shelves and built-in storage spaces are perfect for most offices
Be creative and find ingenious solutions for your needs
If you run out of space you can always add another level
If you run out of space you can always add another level
Personalize your workspace but make sure you keep it clean and uncluttered

Whether you opt for cabinets or open shelves, it doesn’t really matter as long as you know where everything is and it doesn’t stand in your way when working. Depending on the type of work you do, you’re going to need all sorts of gadgets and specialized elements and this will change the structure and the look of your office. Notice how different all these examples are. Some are individual workspaces but some are shared spaces. But they are all interesting and they’re a reflection and an extension of the person using them.