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HOW TO DESIGN YOUR HOME OFFICE

Even the most suitable home office can lose its appeal if you don’t take the time to design it well. A redesign of your home office space or room now and then can be the only way to revitalize your energy and productivity. If it is your first time to design an office space, you should make some key considerations to make the most out of it. Whether you will be spending your entire day working from the home office or minimal hours per day, you want to make it comfortable and inviting to do your work efficiently. Find out more about what you should have in mind when designing your home office.

Allow yourself enough space.

If you don’t have an office room, you will have to find some space in your house to create one. Whether you choose the nice corner near the main window or the dining room, allow yourself ample space to do your things. If your work requires serious concentration, you will want to select your space a distance away from the daily household distractions and flow. Ensure you can comfortably stand up, sit back and move around the working area. Do not overlook the amount of space you need.

Lighting

Many people choose to set up offices in their basements, which is acceptable if you need to concentrate without any distractions or noise. However, natural light is vital. Setting up your office near a window where you can enjoy the daily nature views boosts your mood and promotes good health as you can avoid eye strain.

A comfortable chair and desk

Do not underestimate the need for a comfortable chair and desk as you design your home office. Go for the modern ergonomic chair if you can, as it promotes good health in terms of posture and comfort as you work. Also, select a wide enough desk to accommodate your computer and anything else you need on your working table, such as a space to keep reference notes or take notes.

Storage and shelving

When designing your home office, your storage and shelving determine your workflow. Do you want to spend hours looking for a single file? Include enough shelving and file cabinets so that you don’t have to pile everything up in one storage drawer. That makes your workflow easy. Consider your working needs, what file comes in, where it will stay, and how to reach it. If you regularly use manuals and reference materials, you can locate a shelf at an arm’s reach so that you can keep them close and access them with ease.

A conversation area

Will you be meeting people in your home office? If yes, consider a seating area to allow for sit down meetings. It can be an executive sofa across your desk or as simple as two chairs that you can pull over to your desk.

Control your technology

Even if you are at par with the most innovative technology for your office, ensure it looks good. Nothing makes an office cluttered than computer wires exposedly hanging from your desk to everywhere around the room. Use a single cord tamer to gather the loose wires, hide them behind the desk or use wireless equipment.

The final words

Finally, accessorize and enhance your style. Let your home office design be inspiring, inviting, and accessorize to suit your home decor.

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