Room Design Tips for Working in the House
“Having a work space in the house although modest must meet all aspects of comfort and health of their owners. Healthy and comfortable space that will help you generate ideas and optimal body condition of staying fit. To create a work space with these basic requirements, there are things you should consider”
Work space should have adequate lighting in the afternoon and evening. Room with lighting bear will make you lazy turn on the lights and your eyes will go the extra mile that makes you tired quickly.
Workspace window should be supplemented with the appropriate size for lighting in the daytime. For night use lighting from white luminous light evenly in every room so as not to cause shadows at some point. If the workspace you have to be in the room, then use a table lamp that is not too bright with head cover (task lighting). Select bulbs that are not too bright because the distance is too close will disrupt your eyes.
2. Air Circulation
Workspace hot and stuffy will make you will quickly feel tired and bored. Therefore provide a window of sufficient size that can draw air from outside or contrary to your home. If the room is not possible to open a window of width, alternatively you have to provide air conditioning.
3. The sight and sound
Working space requires a great view and lovely voice to be able to continue to concentrate in peace. Like facing the window, garden, close to the fountain. By overlooking the garden to rest your eyes for a moment when tired at the computer or file employment, and sometimes the sound of water gurgling fountain or pond can make a person feel relaxed and generate a new idea.
4. Position Work Tables
Laying the table if not exactly going to interfere with concentration and comfort in your work. Do not place the computer back to the window, because it will make you glare when viewing the screen. The most convenient is a window on the side when we sit down, or facing the window. If tired, you can lift your head and feel the gusts of wind or see the scenery outside the window.