Darnley Road: minimalistic Study/office by Will Eckersley

How to design your home for less stressful mornings

Amy Buxton Amy Buxton
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A beautiful home is one thing but a stunning space that also functions to perfection and promotes productivity is surely the holy grail. 

Well, we've taken a look at some of the most successful interior design projects out there and compiled a list of things that you can do to ensure you wake up ready to tackle the day ahead, from making sure your bedroom has enough natural light to enjoying inspirational views while you work. 

We've got to thank the incredible design teams that brought these tips to our attention, but let's pop that on hold while we share them with you!

1. Always wake up with natural light filling your bedroom. A loft conversion boudoir will certainly guarantee this!

2. Create a sociable kitchen and eating space that will encourage open discussion over breakfast

Orford | A classic country kitchen with coastal inspiration: classic Kitchen by Davonport
Davonport

Orford | A classic country kitchen with coastal inspiration

Davonport

3. If you work from home, make sure that your work room can be eaten in, if you're really in the zone!

Darnley Road: minimalistic Study/office by Will Eckersley
Will Eckersley

Darnley Road

Will Eckersley

4. A home office should always enjoy a view. Just looking up at the great outdoors will always get your synapses firing

5. Get your office lighting just right so that you can work as long as you want. Natural light during the day and a soft desk lamp for the evening will be ideal

6. Choose super calm decorating styles throughout your home. You should never feel disjointed or on edge in your home

Living Room: modern Living room by CATO creative
CATO creative

Living Room

CATO creative

If you're thinking of adding a home office to your home, take a look at this Ideabook: Designing The Perfect Home Office.

Would any of these tips help your daily productivity?
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