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Workspace Edit: Home office items for an injection of Spring

spring home office items

Put a spring in your space!

Cheer up your home workspace this season. These Spring home office items add colour and freshness, helping you create positive energy, and a fresh perspective for the new quarter.

Brightening up a work area is something you can achieve with simple additions to your wall or desk – or if you’re feeling bold – a lick of paint. Or, you could choose a full wall mural for a complete makeover for your space. Take a look at some of these spring home office items for your workspace.

Wall Murals

Fresh, floral or bold and graphic, one way to completely change the feel and look of a space is by using a wall paper or mural. These coverings will give your home office a lift as well as add a statement.

Below from top left:

  • Tree Wallpaper Mural by Marina Stupakova, from £33/m2, wallsauce.com
  • Forest Flair Arsenic Wall Mural, £75, Alana Design
  • Hanging Meadow Flowers mural, from £32/m2, wallsauce.com
  • Takeda Duck Egg – Blue & White Cherry Blossom Wall Mural, €45, Feathr
  • Filled Optic green wallpaper from Happy Socks, £49.44/m2, Rebel Walls
spring floral wall mural by wallsauce

Spring into work

Add pops of colour in Spring pastels and the Pantone colour of the year, Peach Fuzz. Even your desk, your chair, and your desk accessories can give your space a lift.

Below, left to right from top:

Oliver Bonas dulce desk lamp
green home office desk by John Lewis ANYDAY
Back in Action yellow variable kneeler desk chair
SAD task lamp for the home office

Extra Spring home office items

Keep things cheerful around your home office with these colourful items that will liven things up.

  • Positive Energy print, (from £14 – £110), Dunelm
  • Tortue Printed Paper Trunk, £75, Oliver Bonas
  • Chequerboard planter, £19.99, M&S
add spring to your home office with this colourful planter from M&S

About the author

Louise is an award-winning journalist and speaker who focuses on working from home, remote work and wellbeing. She is the founder of  The Homeworker, which is dedicated to helping you thrive when you work from home. The Homeworker publishes articles that are designed to keep you healthy, happy, fulfilled, and more productive in work and life.


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