You have to start a business from somewhere. And in most cases we invest in a small office space which overtime becomes crowded and cramped making it difficult to focus at work.
However, just because you have a small office space it doesn’t mean it can’t be functional and in this post we’ll show you how to create a productive work environment despite limited space.
Assessing Your Space
Take a look around the area to see what’s available. We’d recommend thinking about how you would like your desk set-up before laying out all of your supplies on it or what items you need to put in your drawer. If you’re considering our office spaces, then we have the perfect solution for you to assess your space. Take a look at our virtual tour here.
Declutter The Office
The best way to declutter the office is to ask yourself whether these files, products or materials are necessary for your business purpose. If the answer is no, then it’s time to get rid of it.
Organise Cables and Files
Organising is the key to an airy open area. Organised cables not only offer you a clean and tidy look, but it also ensures optimum safety in the workplace. Also, file things as you go to prevent clutter and misplaced files.
Use Walls & Open Storage Spaces
Walls are not just for hanging décor. Utilise what you have available by installing shelves and dedicating corners for glass cabinets or wire mesh bookcases. These displays help create the illusion that you have more room than what is available.
Utilise Common Areas
At Madison Offices we have modern and large areas for our tenants to socialise and network outside of their office spaces. Utilise all the common areas that are available to you such as board room to have meetings with clients so they don’t have to come into your workplace.
On a final note, if you are looking for an office for your business where you can have more space , let us know. Our services are free with no obligation for requesting more information.