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Transform Your Work Area into a Homey Environment

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Nothing enables one to think and work better than a comfortable 
working environment. Especially if you have a sedentary job, 
you've got to have little knick knacks around that will enliven 
your spirits or which you can look at for inspiration or just 
to zone out in relaxation.

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Transform Your Work Area into a Homey Environment
Copyright © 2006 Ted Roberson
TMGallery Unique Gifts and Home Decor

Nothing enables one to think and work better than a comfortable 
working environment. Especially if you have a sedentary job, 
you've got to have little knick knacks around that will enliven 
your spirits or which you can look at for inspiration or just 
to zone out in relaxation.

If you have a desk, spruce it up with a lamp that gives off 
just enough light and has some motifs that will bring pleasant 
memories. You could have fairy-tale-like mushroom LED lights that 
give off a colored glow. Or go back to the Victorian Age with a 
rose-designed lampshade. A beadwork lampshade will create 
beautiful iridescence.

Quiz time... Which knick knack will definitely remind you of 
home? Picture frames--of course with those loving family pictures 
in them. You could have a little white chapel house a picture of 
you and your spouse on your wedding day. A cottage window frame 
will bring a little bit of home in as will a miniature garden 
seat whose backrest features space for your favorite photo.

Or rest in the comfort that your loved ones are perpetually 
protected with this reminder: a frame with an angel surrounding a 
picture of your loved one with its flowing robes. Or if there's 
no space for picture frames on your desk, get some magnetic ones-
-cherubs holding up each family member.

Even if you can't light them at work, candles and their holders 
are beauties to the eye, and to the nose if they are made up of 
scented oils. You could even get the warmth in the lovely knick 
knack of an apple spice-scented candle with real dried apple 
slices. These kinds of candles come with real orange slices, 
real pine needles, coffee beans, seashells, or lavender.

You'll never miss Thanksgiving too much if you have a pumpkin-
shaped candle. You could look on the miracle leaf adorning a 
mushroom candle on your desk when Murphy's Law seems to be 
taking hold at work.

Especially if you work the late shift and you're at your desk 
at dinnertime, nothing speaks louder than a dinner bell in the 
vicinity. Memories of your wife or husband calling out that a 
warm dinner is waiting will remind you to take a break and be 
kind to your tummy.

Being stuck in your cubicle for a long day can be demanding. Some 
knick knacks that will give you inspiration and lighten your load 
are good to have around. The Footprints in the Sands of Time 
plaque cum candleholder is excellent to dispel stress. You could 
use teasers to inspire you to be more productive. How about 
having a miniature mahogany-finish bedroom set? Flower pots, and 
decorative at that, offer more than just containers for plants. 
The combination can bring life to a drab room.

With all these knick knacks sitting around in your office, you 
might just want to pick up and go to work. But beware...if you 
want some quiet--these knick knacks could have your colleagues 
stealing into your studio as well!

Ted Roberson has been actively marketing on the internet  sharing 
advice on home decor and marketing on the internet. Visit our 
online store TMGallery Unique Gifts and Home Decor were you will 
find a full range of home decor items and garden accessories to 
choose from. We are strongly committed to providing our customers 
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