Ivy Baker. Home Office. July 23rd , 2018.
Consider how much time you will likely be spending in your home office before you start decorating and painting. Try to stick with a neutral color. Set up what you are going to need to perform your work duties first. This includes generally such items as a desk, chair, a place for your computer, and a filing cabinet for starters. Always make sure that there is ample room to walk around in as well.
· Furniture should never be underestimated! There are two reasons for this, ergonomics and style. What you need to do is fine a perfect balance. Look for a chair that you will feel good in all day long but one that is realistic for the space that you are working with. When it comes to comfort and style, never compromise either.
The key to any home office is to have it function to meet your needs and to also be eye catching at the same time. You will want your home office to be a place that makes you comfortable and one that you enjoy the design of too. Again, success is in the planning. The result is a place that you enjoy being in. One of the most important aspects of creating a home office is location.
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