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Spruce Up your Office with the Help of Decorating Apps

27.05.2021, 12:11

Spruce Up your Office with the Help of Decorating Apps

Refreshing office spaces can provide a welcome incentive for workers returning to the office following long periods at home during the Covid-19 pandemic.


It is arguably more important than ever before to make sure your office environment is a welcoming and warm space for employees to work in. Not only does it enable a workforce to look forward to coming into work, but it can produce better results and, in turn, improve morale in the process. Working in the same environment with no renovations can certainly limit productivity and stifle creative minds.


Companies all around the world are aiming to improve their working environment as they see more employees enter the office once again and prepare for a potentially busy time ahead. In order to maximise an office space and bring it to life with a lick of paint or some new pieces of furniture, many people are turning to an array of decorating apps to provide some inspiration.

Thanks to the sophisticated smartphone devices and tablets we can access today, people aren’t just updating social media profiles, sending work emails, and gaming during lunch breaks at reputable real money casinos in the UK. Instead, they’re turning to an array of apps to manage various aspects of their lives. For company bosses, decorating apps are popular and are enabling offices to offer a fresh look and give a working space a new lease of life.


If you’re keen to spruce up your office in the near future, here is a look at some useful apps which could come in handy.



More and more employees are spending more time working from home and less time in the office, perhaps venturing into the office a few days a week. In order to create a working environment similar to a home space, apps like Decaso which boast an extensive selection of high-end furniture and decor from vetted dealers can give your office a homely and unique feel. Many of the items on offer are of the highest standard, but if you’re keen to purchase a unique piece of furniture for a reception area or a bespoke set of chairs for a meeting room then apps like Decaso are worth exploring.


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Color Capture 

Struggling to decide on the ideal colour scheme for your new-look office? If so, then log all of your favourites on the Color Capture app.

Produced by Benjamin Moore, the app’s clever technology will come up with recommendations based on any pictures of potential options you upload. For example, you might be in a meeting at a local restaurant and take a liking to the colour scheme inside. Simply take a picture of it, and the app will come up with a variety of paint options to match it.



Helping you to design and decorate a space in 2D and 3D, the Floorplanner app comes with a range of useful tools, including its interior decorating feature. Users can also make use of its excellent floor planner tool, which helps you decorate a space with ease and picture any improvements you make before they turn in to a reality.



Carpetright visualiser

Adding some new flooring can really improve a working space. In order to make sure you purchase the right floor design, visualise it beforehand using the Carpetright visualiser app. Whether you’re adding carpet, vinyl or wood flooring to your office, you can take a photo of the space and the app will upload it onto the visualiser. From there, you can access a range of different colours to see how they would look in your office.


Other decorating apps worth exploring are Wayfair, iScape, MagicPlan, Room Planner by Ikea, Design Home, and Hutch.

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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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