Greetings and welcome to our March newsletter! Winter's nearly over, it’s time to throw open the windows and air out your homes on those first mild days. This month holds a little extra excitement for us at StoneCrest as our Lyndonville office is undergoing a major remodel! We are so pleased with the progress, and how it’s shaping up. The updated space will be stylish, functional and comfortable, we welcome you to stop by and visit when it's completed. For the meantime, like many of you, we are working remotely and available by text, email and phone. New home offices are popping up everywhere and existing ones are being put to good use! For those of you who are considering a little refreshing in your home office, or maybe expansion into a new base of operations in the future, these links have some great ideas and tips!
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This Is The Hottest Trend In Office Design Right Now
Cupcake vending machines, Prosecco on tap and indoor climbing walls are just some of the novelty touches you'll find in workspaces today. This sort of Instagrammable gimmickry masks what's truly important: how these spaces are being used.
There's nothing like a fresh coat of paint to brighten up a space and make it feel clean and new. Wall colors can also be utilized as a way to invigorate within a workspace.
This article from the
DIYNetwork gives a quick and simple overview of the way colors effect the human psyche and how to customize your space. Orange, gray and green all sound like good bets to us!
Makerspaces and Coworking locations are popping up everywhere, and for good reason. They are perfect for solopreneurs, microbusinesses and those working remotely, offering flexibility, affordability and shared access to reliable internet and equipment.
DoNorth Coworking and
The Foundry are two such gems, located right here in Lyndonville! Visit the link below for ThinkVermont's take on this topic!
Coworking, MakerSpaces & Remote Work
More than 3 million people work as telecommuters nationally, and it's a quickly growing segment of Vermont's population. Investment bankers, TV producers, hi-tech company executives, writers, and options traders all work globally from their desks ...