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Our surroundings can have a tremendous impact on our productivity. If your workspace is nice and comfortable it can help boost one’s productivity and efficiency. Not just that, it can also act as a great source of inspiration.

Commercial real estate in the city is a growing market, with some of the top residential builders in Bangalore and top property developers in Bangalore investing in Co-Working spaces and cafes that people love to use as remote workstations.

In India, stats showed that there was a 44% hike in productivity seen in employees working from home. Given the current post-pandemic state, most premium residential projects in Bangalore have implemented office or study spaces in their show flats by rightfully understanding the transition from physical to virtual and remote workspaces.

Here are some important things to keep in mind while designing your study, home office, and workspaces.


Natural light –

Apart from just helping conserve energy, natural light also helps kill bacteria present in an environment, reduce blood pressure, improve an individual’s senses, help reduce stress, and a lot more.

It goes without saying that being out in nature makes us all feel lighter and healthier, and to bring the same calming sense to your work environment, remember to try and blend as much natural light as you can while designing your homes and workspaces.

Some of the like MAIA estates are working on creating spaces that are an amalgamation of best-in-class design and natural elements such as lush landscapes, tall rain trees, and abundant natural light.


Plants –

The color green symbolizes tranquility, optimism, and growth, which is also one of the reasons being around plants can instantly elevate a space and one’s mood.

Plants such as Monstera, Dracaena, or the Philodendron Birkin can add an edge to your workspace.

If you’re new at being a plant parent, we suggest you start with low-maintenance succulents or mini bonsai trees that can instantly add a touch of nature to an otherwise mundane desk.


Furniture –

Right from a consumer-centric IKEA to a luxe store like Stanley or Chairs and Co. Bangalore city is home to some of the best furniture brands, giving consumers a large market to pick and choose from.

While picking out furniture for your workspace the three things you have to consider are comfort, longevity, and last but not least design.

A mixture of these three can help you make a workspace you love and cherish.


Vision Boards –

If you’re the kind that believes in the law of attraction then you know how helpful vision boards can be, and for those of you who don’t, vision boards are a collage of images, quotes, or even tiny physical objects that represent your goals and dreams in a colorful and artistic manner. Having a vision board in your workspace doesn’t just help you remain motivated by constantly reminding you of where you want to be, but also helps add a touch of an individual’s personality to a space.

It can be a little tricky to maintain a healthy balance between your work and personal life. This is especially true if you work in a home office that is all your own. We hope the ideas we put together help you create a space that can keep you optimistic and hustling.