SIX JETONSContemporary Home Office, Brussels
Interior design of a duplex.
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7. Under the stairs. This under-the-stairs work area makes use of every nook and cranny. Notice how the bookshelf sits behind the stairs? It naturally divides the shelf, so the bottom-right side can be used for notebooks, scrapbooks and reference books, while the top-left side can be used for fiction and fun books.
Do you have time in your schedule? Overcommitting can be quite harmful to your reputation. Taking on so much work that you’re not able to fulfill your brand’s promise is a serious problem that can be hard to recover from. Clients and professionals can be naive about scheduling when embarking on a project. Fast-tracked schedules are particularly demanding; if you can’t meet one given your resources, then saying no is the right thing to do. You don’t want to be known as a firm that overpromises and underdelivers.If the right client and the right project present themselves and your schedule is the problem, then it’s probably time to consider scaling up to handle the increased workload, but the demands of scale come with problems too. Determine your maximum project load and time inputs from the outset, so you’ll have a better framework for accepting new work and be confident that you’ll deliver the results you’ve promised.