5 Ways to Personalize Your Office With Wallpaper

August 23, 2018

Feeling at home at work – Claiming space with murals

It might have happened once or twice that the bed or couch at home felt like a much nicer place to spend the day, than going on the commute to a cold and dull office. The colleagues could be the best that ever walked the earth, and the daily tasks are one's favorite things to do, but still, there's something missing. It simply doesn't have the same, pleasant feeling as the home. So the question is: how to make the work environment feel inviting and a place to enjoy – every day? How to always look forward to going to work? We believe that creating an office space with personality is key.

1. Keep the market in focus

A world map placed where everyone can see it, or a local map if the company is working primarily in its own city or country, will help the employees stay focused on the customers and the market they're working for each day.

RebelWalls-342. Improve productivity with light and greenery

If the office is dark and lacking light, consider adding a window wall mural to trick the eye. Combine it with good lighting to make the people working there feel more awake and alert.

factorywindows3. Upgrade the conference rooms

Meeting rooms are for creativity and inspiration. Don't allow them to be a blend, grey room where the staff and visitors get bored the minute they enter. Let the rooms live! Add color and fun!

blogpost-office-fredrik-malmlund Photo: Fredrik Malmlund

4. Let the employees select their favorite wall mural

One of the most appreciated thing in the Rebel headquarters is that everyone working here gets to choose their own favorite wall mural for their office. Way to bring work enthusiasm to the employees!

5. Use designs emphasizing the brand identity

The Creative Studio at Rebel Walls gets plenty of requests daily of customers looking for one of a kind murals. And boy, can they deliver? See for yourself below – wall mural design made especially for company NetOnNet requested by interior design agency Joy Of Plenty.

blogpostoffice-netonnet Photo: Fredrik Malmlund

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