The Eclectic home
What Houzz contributors are saying:
3. Create a visual flowFrom the freshness of a green entrance to the pistachio walls of the living room to the jade accent wall in your den to the apple green of your room to the vivid blades of grass and flowers on the feature wall in the kids’ room, you can work in the colour aplenty. “It is important to identify the flow and experience you want to create and then pick and choose the method and elements. Using more than two methods to infuse the same shade is discouraged. Bring in very bright or darker shades only for some select walls, niches or elements to bring across a certain balance,” advises Sonali.
And if your space is not conducive for such arrangements, try more of simple ways to set the two areas apart. Let you office chair face the wall or the window instead of the room. Tip: Keep your work-related stuff within the home-office space, do not let these enter your home space. This will help your mind segregate the two areas and you can switch from home to work mode easily.Find out ways to create an office in your home