We’ve spent years refining
small office leasing and design.
Here's some of our gold.
6 game changers for your current office.
And you can do them all today
for little or no cost.
1. Let's talk paint.
Paint is the least expensive interior design tool with the biggest impact. Paint one feature wall and change your office life.
Here's some colours we're loving right now. Click on your favourite and buy a sample or full tin of that paint straight away, or choose another colour whilst you're there. You can buy paint brushes at the same place.
2. Plants. Plants. Plants.
A lot of people think they kill plants. Don’t be scared. They will make your office and people come alive.
Google nurseries near me. Most will be happy to swing by your office and recommend unkillable, beautiful office plants that are perfect for your space. And they'll probably deliver, install and provide a foolproof watering and care plan too.
3. Office lighting matters.
Just because you have harsh overheads office lights doesn’t mean you have to use them. If you can, install a dimmer.
Better still, desk and floor lighting will change the mood of even the most clinical of offices, even during the day. Click straight through to a store on our selections below, or find another one you like whilst you are there.
4. Don't work at your workstation!
Take your laptop to a meeting room, to the kitchen, to the garden. Wherever you have any other space that you can work that isn’t your desk.
You never know who you’ll bump into and what new ideas might pop out of it just because you happen to be in that spot at that moment.
5. Hybrid working calculator.
The game has changed and hybrid working is here. When you and your crew get back to the office it's highly likely you're going to have empty desks every day. This is avoidable.
Here's a quick tool to calculate how much you probably need. It also estimates potential rent you'll save by leasing a smaller space with fewer desks, used by someone every day.
6. Talk to your current landlord.
If you love where you are but you’re in too much space, call your landlord or property .
You might be pleasantly surprised. If you’re prepared to sign a longer lease in a smaller space, your landlord may seriously consider it.