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The benefits of a creative workspace

It’s routine. You wake up, commute to work, sit down, then become immediately consumed by your monotonous workspace. But being at work doesn’t always have to feel like being at work. We’re going to show you how adding a little creative décor to your workspace comes with great benefits for taking on the day.

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You’re not the only one at work bothered it. According to research, a large majority of workers say that the design of their workspace has a noticeable effect on their day. And the majority also agree that an ability to make workspaces their own reduces stress, increases creativity, and encourages expression.

Let’s face it: No one’s thrilled to stare at a computer screen all day, only to be relieved by a grey divider when shifting their gaze for a second or two. There’s nothing in your employee handbook that constricts you to working in never-ending dullness. And if there is, here’s your excuse to have that section removed: Employees are happier, healthier, and up to 32% more productive when they control the design and layout of their workspace.

Need more convincing to spruce up your space? A similar study placed a group of workers in bare workspaces and another in “enriched” workspaces (decorated with art and plants). The results showed that the people in the enriched spaces were 17% more productive than those in the bare spaces.

Did someone say art and plants? Decorate your workspace with Paint Nite or Plant Nite creations to turn an awesome nite out into a much-needed confidence boost during your daily grind.

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Want to extend these creative benefits to the whole office? Plan a Paint Nite or Plant Nite Corporate Event for you and your co-workers. You’ll have an amazing time getting to know each other over hands-on creative fun—plus, everyone comes away with a one-of-a-kind piece of décor for their workspace!

 

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10 Comments

  • Debbie Jernigan says:

    Love it!! What a difference!

  • Charmaine says:

    When is the next event ? What is the price ?

  • yolanda says:

    I purchase two voucher for an event and it was cancel now I am trying to get my refund for the tickets. I do not want to go on another day what can I do please help

    Yolanda-832-250-8892 call anytime

  • Dean Dobkin says:

    Paint night is GREAT except when it is held in a bar/restaurant that is very noisy. One so far was so noisy I could not hear the instructor – at all (and neither could most people). Otherwise, it’s great fun, great instructors, a terrific night out, and you come away with a painting – what a win-win-win!!!

    • Celena says:

      I honestly agree. A “lively” venue can make for great fun and memories, but if I’m (1) not a good artist already, (2) the acoustics are terrible, (3) other patrons are loud, (4) overhead music is pumping throughout the restaurant, and (5) the painting space is filled with its slotted 35 people, then it makes it very difficult for me to glean from my ONE un-microphones instructor. But as stated, paint nite is a wonderful concept and can be loads of fun. I’m headed to my event on M.12.11!

  • Sheri says:

    Can I take my 17 year old daughter to these events?

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