I was wondering what you thought about when it came to space personalization (both in a work or home-office environment). I ask out of curiosity, because while I am actually not the best example of someone who does much decorating in any aspect of life, I finally began adding decor to my home office (aka bedroom) once I started sitting there for 10+ hours a day.I like having a few decorations in a home office simply because the space is already "my own" and I would like to not let work from home completely dominate that space. Personally, I got into LED light strips around the room and a world map over the desk.In the "real" office, I never had much decor for a few reasons. Most importantly, I work out of a client office and wanted to minimize my impact on their already crowded floor. I also wanted to follow the age-old logic of "never carry in more than you can carry out in one trip."However, even with those things in mind, I began picking up a few small trinkets over time. I had a statue of the train that delivered me to work every day, and a stuffed animal dubbed "programmer pig" that was given to me by a work friend who left it behind "for good luck" after they left the office. I also had a few other small items that were gifted to me by other co-workers in the office. I liked keeping those around because they were small and they made me feel more connected to my co-workers. We also decorated for the holiday season quite often, and so there were some holiday lights that our group as a whole refused to ever take down. Finally, each of our desks in the office had some sort of meme printed and stuck to it that was related to H&H modeling. It got to the point where other parts of the office would stop by just to read all of the engineering memes!What is your experience with personalization, decor, or other non-functional work items?