Whether it’s 25 framed cat photos or collections of dusty … well, just about anything, there are always people who overdo it. Ideally, you have an opportunity to decorate your office tastefully, without becoming one of these horror stories.
Minimalism has been around for a while now, and a whole cottage industry has sprung up around advising people on how to be minimalist in some specific aspect of life.
I love those retro office interior design trends consisting of styles from decades of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Maybe it’s my passion for classic cars such as a 59 Cadillac or the timeless music of bands like the Beatles that drives my fondness to this throwback style!
We’ve all heard the old adage, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Though speaking of interpersonal meetings, the same could easily be said for the impression of anyone entering your office for the first time: a good experience will associate positive emotions.
Is it possible to make budgeting as fun as filling out a bracket? Well, you may not get the gratification in the time frame of a few weeks like the basketball tournament, but you may still achieve a big payout in the end.