A large part of all office work is centered around the individual workspace. Making it ergonomic is vital, but what other factors matter? For inspiration and assistance, here’s a guide to a well-planned, inviting, affordable set-up. Since the solution is also scalable, it’s equally useful for start-ups and already booming businesses.
Be kind to your back
It’s not without reason that office work is said to be a sitting job. Regardless of your line of work, staying seated for long periods deserves a good chair. Like a HATTEFJÄLL office chair. Easily adjustable and with excellent support. All done in a timeless style that goes well with just about any interior.
Whether your office has fixed spaces or is adapted to hybrid work, everyone gains from hassle-free docking. A cable management box keeps the desktop clean and the cables hidden. Another shortcut to focused work, EILIF screens help to minimize noise and visible distractions (while doubling as noticeboards).
Proper working light – like the blue-enriched white kind from a NYMÅNE work lamp – stimulates your brain, alertness and performance. Then again, sometimes you need less light. Access to daylight is a boon, especially when filtered through green leaves, but complement with a blind to filter sharp sunlight.
A truly ergonomic workspace is one that allows you to alternate body positions, in particular between seated and standing. That way, a desk with adjustable height can help with both well-being and productivity. When upright, a FREIVID standing mat can relieve pressure on your knees and back.
A desk organizer is a super simple way to keep the things you need in order. And accessible, and visible. Having your go-to accessories collected also adds flexibility – it’s easy to take them with you whenever mobility counts.