By Janet Prentice | August 19, 2016 | Category Interiors
Don’t get us wrong, we love co-offices but nothing beats the perks of well-planned home office. We’ve picked the smartest ones for every home space
This nifty office is adjacent to the master bedroom, and can be closed off with sound proofed doors to ensure total privacy.
When space is limited, look for a small, comfortably empty nook where you can fit your desk. This study space beneath the stairs is a perfect example of how to use space creatively.
The Light and Bright
It is important to have great lighting in your home office. If possible, have a big window nearby to allow for natural light, as well as a few lamps for gloomier days.
Utilising mezzanine levels in your home can create the extra space needed for your study.
The Animal Lover
Having a home-based office is great when you have pets – they can keep you company while you work, and they won’t be alone for long periods of time. Avoid disaster by using cable organisers and making sure there are no cables hanging off your desk as temptation for your furry friends.
A big table is a great asset to have in an office space if you are a creative. It provides a decent amount of space for working on layouts and artworks, while also allowing the room to double up as a meeting area.
The Room with a View
If your home office has a big window, make sure to have your desk facing the window instead of a wall. This creates a better space for productivity and creativity.