Furniture for the Young Professional’s Living Space

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These days, with all the changes to the work environment and society itself, work and home life are getting blurred. We often find ourselves hosting work parties or even critical meetings at home, for one reason or another.

Some may see these changes as a necessary evil at best, but it can also be seen as an opportunity to travel less, and to take advantage of one’s own living space, in which one feels most comfortable.

Of course, for one to feel fully comfortable in said space, it must be properly furnished, both for our own personal edification and also to be sure that it is up to the tasks that will come before it.

Here are some key concepts for getting your living space together and making it live up to its maximum potential:

Keyword: Innovative

You definitely want to avoid the same-old same-old in your space. Spruce it up with as many different concepts as you possibly can.

One thing that works good for casual meetings of all sorts is something like this Kivaha coffee table by Urban Ladder. You get extra seating at a moment’s notice without having to sacrifice square footage for it. And since many people have never seen this before, it will make a lasting impression on them.

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Keyword: Personalized

Above all, to thine own self be true, said Shakespeare so many centuries ago. The advice still holds true today. Make sure that the furniture you get clicks with your own personality and your own style and ways of doing things. Don’t let them talk you into buying anything against your own intuition; your intuition is powerful. Make good use of it in the store.

Especially, avoid censoring yourself when it comes time to shop. Remember, something that really screams you at people will help make you more memorable.

Keyword: Unique

If you truly are following your muse when it comes to furniture, you will find that you are automatically being unique, and this can mean many things. It could be something subtle like combining furniture in a way nobody had thought of, or using colors that others would be scared to use.

If you do this correctly, you will find that you naturally strike a good balance between functionality and style, and it will be your own balance, not somebody else’s. This is what it means to be truly unique.

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Jeremy Kaplan

A 50-something year old lifestyle, career, and education blogger based in Atlanta, Georgia. Years of experience in the office setting working with others and still loving it year-after-year.

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