Maximize Comfort and Productivity with the Right Illumination
The pandemic of the past two years made working from home the rule rather than the exception for many professionals in all types of roles. While many are returning to their California offices now, a funny thing has happened. While working from home has its challenges, both workers and companies discovered that productivity and effectiveness, rather than waning, continued to thrive. Now, many professionals want to continue working from home at least part of the time.
What does that mean? If you work from home a significant portion of the time, you understand the importance of a distraction-free, comfortable workspace. And one of the critical elements of comfort is light. Good lighting makes for a good workspace, while poor lighting can lead to fatigue and a lack of productivity. Here are three tips recommended by residential lighting designers for a cheery and fruitful home office workspace in your Beverly Hills home.