If you are concerned about how or if your work environment is conducive to getting work done, this infographic on creating a productive workspace will come in handy. From Business Insider, '14 Design Tricks for a Highly Productive Workspace' is helpful whether you work in a potentially distracting office or work from home.
Some of the advice is purely based on esthetics, such as drinking from a decorative mug. When it comes to your desk, make sure you aren't getting any glare off your screen, keep wires organized, use a notepad or type notes in your computer instead of using sticky notes, invest in a decorative tray for loose paper and personalize with photos of loved ones. Natural lighting is also important in cultivating a productive workspace, as poor light can result in eyestrain, fatigue and headaches.