Whether you’re new to remote work, or have been working from home for a while, it’s essential that you create a home office that you can comfortably focus in.
Whether you have an entire room to renovate or have cleared a nook in your home to dedicate to remote working; your home office needs to consider both your work style and your aesthetic style.
The question is, how do you arrange your interiors to create a productive workspace, without jeopardising your home comforts and well needed space for downtime? Well, there are a few things you can do to maximise your home office and ensure your new work environment encourages inspiration and innovation.
Read on for our top tips on enhancing your home office environment.
First, where you set up and what you work on will play a major part in your productivity.
Ideally you should be in a quiet area near a window; natural light is said to boost your mood and make you feel less boxed in. If you can’t set up directly near a window, we suggest investing in a daylight bulb and keeping it in a lamp on or near your desk.
Your work surface also has a huge impact on your ability to work. We recommend investing in a good, sturdy desk that will last the test of time. At Deane we create bespoke furniture, so your work surface can be built to your exact measurements, ensuring that it will perfectly fit your workspace.
A messy workspace can make you feel overwhelmed; keep your mind clear with a productive home office that is clear from clutter and distractions.
We recommend investing in smart storage solutions that allow you to keep your environment organised. At Deane Interiors we create bespoke built in furniture, cupboards and storage, so your home offices can seamlessly blend into the rest of your interiors.
Smart storage helps you keep your house a home, so work doesn’t take over your space after you clock out for the day!
View our full range of bespoke fitted furniture and storage solutions.
There’s nothing worse than a workspace that doesn’t work for you. Above all, your home office must be fit for your lifestyle and job. This means your design should factor for every possibility, including the equipment you use, power supplies, and where all of your equipment will be placed.
Speak to our expert designers for a full consultation and CAD design of your new home office.
Find out more about our socially distanced design consultations.
Make the Most out of Your Home with Deane
For more information and advice on creating your ideal home office and organised your interiors with bespoke fitted furniture, contact Deane today.
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