A new office may feel uncomfortable at first. Bringing in a lot of items from your old office should help to make it feel more like “at home”. If you had bad times in your old office space, you may want to try getting new office furniture to change the vibes in your new office. Something as simple as a few different types of coffee tables that are used for both work space and decoration can make the entire space feel different. I would even look at contracting with a reputable interior design firm because they would be able to help you maximize your interior office and give you a more ergonomic design. Hopefully your new office is a result of the hard work you have been doing for your company. Most of the time a new office means an increase in pay, but you may have more responsibilities now. Getting organized is the first step for any employee trying to get use to a new office. You want to get your new office as comfortable as possible, so you can begin doing your daily tasks as soon as possible. It will still take a little time to get use to your new office. It’s like anything else and change is difficult to adjust to sometimes. I don’t like change and try to avoid it when possible. You may be happy with your new office and perhaps you have more elbow room now. Just give your new office a chance to get broken in and it will seem like your old office space pretty soon.