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  • Writer's pictureRosetta Metz

Home Updates That Offer Both Comfort And Productivity

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Making the most of the spaces in your home means ensuring that it’s a comfortable, relaxing place to be while also providing a work area so you can get things done. Fortunately, you can accomplish this in several ways, from adding items that will boost your productivity to changing your bedroom to accommodate better sleep. It can be helpful to go through your home room by room and make a list of priorities in order to create a budget. If your rooms need some organization, consider utilizing the services of a professional who can help you declutter and make the most out of each space; is the perfect place to start.

Here are a few ideas on how to change up your home environment to maximize comfort and productivity at the same time.

Update the Lighting

Many people never notice what a major difference lighting can make in a home until they start to change things up, but the right illumination can indeed change your mood, help you stay on task, and make certain areas of your home safer. Think about adding reading lamps beside the bed or your favorite seating area or replacing fluorescent lighting with a more eye-friendly LED version. If you have high ceilings, consider a pendant light to bring illumination down to a better height, whether in the living room or over an island in the kitchen. Not only that, it comes in a variety of shapes, colors, and finishes so that you can customize it depending on the room.

Boost the Backyard

You can also add lighting to the backyard by installing solar-powered garden stakes, twinkle string lights, or bright security lamps. Not only that, you can boost the entire area by making it a more comfortable place to be, whether you want to sit outdoors and work on the laptop or entertain some guests. If you often have people over, consider adding an outdoor kitchen that will allow you to cook and serve with ease. This space could contain a sink, grill, small refrigerator, and a durable range hood to provide light. Add a countertop area that’s easy to clean, comfy chairs for guests, and a shade to keep the elements away from the party.

Office Space of your Dreams

If you work from home often, you may need something more significant than a chair on the patio. Creating a home workspace doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive; it’s all about giving yourself organization and a place to work without distractions. Utilize natural light for a mood booster and an office chair that offers both support and comfort. If you don’t have a spare room in your home, look for an area with good lighting, access to wi-fi, and space for a small desk and chair. Set up your work area with organizational tools that will help you stay on task and prevent clutter, and add natural elements–such as small plants–to add a little life to the space.


It’s important to remember that making your home a more relaxing and productive place isn’t all about adding things; you can also rearrange and rethink some of your existing pieces to create a safe, comfortable, productive haven. Move furniture around, remove bulky items, and declutter a bit in order to easily change your spaces without making a huge commitment.

Giving yourself a more relaxing space can have multiple benefits for both your physical and mental health and can even help boost your productivity when working from home. Take a look around your living environment and make some notes about the type of changes you want to make, and contact a few services that can help with the process if necessary.

Ready to get in touch with a professional organizer near you? Reach out to today.

Author: Kent Elliott

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Feb 23, 2023

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