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About Sayeh Pezeshki

Sayeh Pezeshki, The Office Stylist, has been featured in The Washington Post, People Style Watch, Marie Claire and Lucky magazines to name a few. Her blog has inspired glamorous offices across the country, including the launch her own coworking space in Los Angeles.

3 Ways to Design an Office With Limited Space

Part of living in LA means paying top dollar for a small home or apartment. And while we find ways to make space for dinner parties, working from home without an office can prove challenging. So what do you do to maximize small spaces when square footage is limited and working from home is your only option? Here are a few

By | December 22nd, 2015|Workplaces|

How to Maximize Success if you’re an Introverted Entrepreneur

My name is Sayeh, and though most people wouldn't guess it, I'm an introvert. Despite being very outgoing and a little loud at times, it's important to remember that not all introverts are shy and timid—they just need a little more space and time away from people than their extroverted friends. In fact, you might be an introvert if you've ever felt

By | November 10th, 2015|Wellbeing|

Upgrade your Office Space with 5 Gorgeous Trends

This fall is full of gorgeous office trends that make it easy to upgrade or refresh your space. Personally, I've been having a field day with them all, and the best part? They're no longer hard to find! If your office is ready for a much-needed upgrade, try incorporating one or more of these: 1. Copper If you follow me on social media

By | November 3rd, 2015|Workplaces|

How to Plan Your Office for Growth

You’ve just signed the lease on an office space that fits you your four employees. Congrats! But have you thought about what will you do when your business grows? Will your office furniture grow with you? Will you have the room you need to expand? Don’t get stuck losing time and money to a costly remodel. By using an office design

By | September 22nd, 2015|Workplaces|

How to Increase Productivity at the Office

Imagine an ideal workday: everything goes according to plan and time for creative work is ample and uninterrupted. As dreamy as that sounds, it’s often unrealistic. And though you can’t always control the events of your workday, you can set yourself up to increase productivity at the office. Here’s how: Tackle important items in the morning.  While checking email may seem like a

By | September 3rd, 2015|Productivity, Wellbeing|

Boost Productivity by Mapping Your To-Do List

I’m a compulsive list-maker and have tried using almost every kind of to-do list you can think of. And as much as I love crossing off a completed item, sometimes a traditional numbered task list isn’t the most effective way to plan your day. In fact, an itemized list doesn’t account for your schedule at all. If you’re struggling to get things

By | July 30th, 2015|Productivity|

How to Leverage the Extra Space in your Office

Leftover space. At least one of the rooms somewhere in our lives has some, and it’s always an awkward size: not big enough for a couch, but not small enough to leave empty without looking like something’s missing. In a bedroom, it’s relatively easy to find some use for that extra space, but what about in your office? As much

By | June 16th, 2015|Workplaces|

How to Manage a Big Project and Stay Sane

For most people, the last time you had a lesson in time management was probably long before you learned to divide fractions. If the thought of organizing a big project in advance brings frightening flashbacks from college, it may be time for a refresher in the art of planning. Even if you’ve got project management under control, there are always ways

By | June 11th, 2015|Productivity|

How to Select Furniture for Odd Spaces

Whether your workspace is at home or in an office, space constraints often mean that we don’t get the luxury of having a four-sided room. And because most office furniture is designed with symmetrical spaces in mind, those of us with oddly-shapes rooms are resigned to using furniture that simply doesn’t work: it’s too big, too small and consequently leaves

By | June 2nd, 2015|Workplaces|

Need to Work while on Vacation? How to do it the Right Way.

No matter how hard we try, sometimes we just can’t get away from our work, even on vacation. Whether it be a few days or a few weeks, the likelihood of completely abandoning your work during vacations is pretty miniscule. However, having fun and being productive don’t have to be mutually exclusive. There are ways to enjoy your vacation while still

By | May 28th, 2015|Productivity, Wellbeing|

How to Manage Working Between Offices

Today's work environment allows for work to happen in lots of different places. Some of us split time between a home office and company headquarters. Others of us move between zones in our workplace,go to a coworking facility a few days a week, or report to multiple branches or business center locations. But despite the fact that bouncing around and working remotely is happening

By | May 12th, 2015|Productivity, Workplaces|

How to Multitask like a Pro

These days, it’s a miracle if we only have two or three tasks to work on in a day. Multitasking has becoming an essential skill in the workplace, regardless of your industry or position. In addition to managing more than one large project at one time, we often find ourselves somehow working on two or even three tasks in one sitting. Though

By | May 1st, 2015|Productivity|

Furniture Buying: When to Splurge and When to Skimp

With more options than ever before, furniture shopping has never been so difficult—simply because there’s too much to choose from. Another issue is the challenge of appropriately divvying up your budget to get everything you need. This task becomes especially overwhelming when you realize that you could spend the same amount on a desk as you could an ottoman. How

By | April 23rd, 2015|Workplaces|

3 Tips to Email Like a Pro

Even though email has become second nature in almost every industry’s day-to-day operations, the rules for great correspondence have somehow gotten lost on the information highway. Aside from the obvious policies like including relevant subject lines and using suitable language, there are some other grey areas that need straightening out. Here’s an updated guide on email correspondence etiquette. Response time  With a

By | April 2nd, 2015|Productivity|

Easy Cleaning Routines Keep your Office Looking Good

At then end of a workday, there’s already a lot on your mind: the events of the past few hours, what you’re doing when you get home, what to have for dinner, etc. The last thing most people think about is the (technically non-mandatory) task of cleaning your office and or developing a routine to keep your space looking good. Just

By | March 24th, 2015|Workplaces|
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