The coronavirus pandemic has forced many workers to work from home, which has lead to more meetings being held through video chats. This has also given workers the opportunity to study the design choices and elements of rooms belonging to co-workers. Elaine Griffin, an interior designer, explains, “We are visual creatures. It’s in our DNA to observe and judge. Everyone from the intern to the guy in the C-suite is having meetings from home. People decorate their homes to please themselves, and now it’s open judging season for folks they would previously have never invited over.” This chance to view living arrangements also extends to experts doing television interviews with news broadcasts. Design experts add that viewers and co-workers may also get design or decoration ideas for their own homes during this time. | Read More