As we’ve all learned at one point or another, the quality of one’s work can be surprisingly dependent upon the space in which that work is completed. Nobody wants to spend time in a place that doesn’t improve their working experience. That being said, what can be done to make your workspace more enjoyable and efficient? Here are five tips we’ve thought up to do just that.
1. Room Arrangement
This is one is crucial. The layout of your workspace not only affect the general atmosphere of the area, but also your ability to efficiently move around it. Initially, one may assume a workspace is as simple as a desk, but upon giving further thought, you realize that it also encompasses storage, seating, and ultimately making sure that everything you need can actually fit. Here at Iron Age, we fully understand the importance of pre-planning, and will work with you to ensure that whatever you want to order is feasible in your office.
To some extent, organization goes without saying. We all understand the value of organization, and yet, we also tend to underestimate how gradually it can be lost. Organization manifests physically, as color coded folders filled with papers or bulleted to-do lists, but also mentally, as our minds are also filled with their own figurative folders that house endless information. Without the physical, the mental will falter as well, so it’s of the utmost importance that both work in harmony. Our top-quality tabletops come in virtual any dimensions you desire, so you can have as much desk space as you need.
What’s a workspace that doesn’t last? If it doesn’t have the durability to stand the test of time, it doesn’t matter how well your workspace functions. This is one department where Iron Age Office truly excels. Our products are built to last a lifetime. In fact, Iron Age pieces are so durable that they can be handed down from generation to generation. This timelessness is thanks to our commitment to using only the highest quality wood and steel to craft our furniture. Cheap materials may save you a few dollars in the short term but will cost you dearly in the long term.
As we mentioned in the first tip, storage is an often neglected element of establishing the ideal workspace. It’s easy to forget that as you continue to work in the same area, the amount that will need to be stored will increase. At IAO, we’re well aware of this potential predicament. That’s why we offer a wide array of storage options to keep your belongings safe and secure in a distinctly Iron Age Office style.
Just as you must be flexible when you’re on the clock, your workspace should be equally as adaptable. A big part flexibility is literal: your desk should accommodate your need to sit or stand. We offer a wide array of Sit/Stand options with all of our collections. Sometimes, the only way to work effectively is to work on two feet.
No matter what work you do, you owe it to yourself to ensure that the environment in which you do that fits your individual needs. Simply put, your workspace should work for you.