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Tips for Designing Your Ideal Home Office
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Working from home is a dream for many people. If you’ve been given the opportunity to start working at home on a long-term basis, you’ll want to set up a home office where you can focus and stay on task. Below, find out how to design, build, and organize the ultimate home office.
Planning Your Design
Before you can build an office, you’ll need to think about wall colors, furniture, location, and other design features. Here are a few things to consider.
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Just about any room or unused space can be turned into an office.
After picking a location, choose wall colors and a decor style.
Pick an office chair that’s ergonomically designed for comfort.
Consider what types of storage you need, such as filing cabinets or shelves.
Alternatively, you might consider the pros and cons of adding built-in shelving.
Building Your Office
After deciding on your decor style, furniture, and storage solutions, you can start executing your design. These are a few things to keep in mind as you begin assembling and building your home office.
If doing major renovations or custom work, you may want to hire remodeling contractors.
At the same time, many office decor and storage projects are easy to DIY.
Whether you hire someone or go the DIY route, think carefully about your office layout.
Strive to maximize natural light, which can reduce eye strain from looking at your screen.
If you don’t have a separate room, look for other ways to create privacy in your office.
Your internet must have enough bandwidth to handle all your needs.
Keeping Your Office Clean and Organized
After putting all that work into establishing a workplace, you’ll want to keep it tidy so you can stay on task. These ideas will help you maintain cleanliness and organization.
Get into a regular cleaning routine so your keyboard, mouse, and desk stay germ-free.
Establish clutter rules so your office doesn’t become a catch-all for junk.
If you’re discouraged, keep in mind a cluttered workspace leads to a cluttered mind.
Having a home office is a great way to stay on task and be more productive when you work from home. Setting up a workstation at the kitchen table might be a short-term solution, but by putting together an actual home office, you’ll be doing yourself a favor if you work from home long term.
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