Interior Design. Monday , June 18th , 2018 - 12:24:21 PM
First, make sure your space is actually functional. This isn't a compromise on what I just said above; every home space should be functional first and decorated second. Make sure you have a wide enough desk for any projects you will be engaging in, room for your computer and room to store any files and books you use regularly. If you don't like moving your computer on and off your desk, try to have two desk surfaces as a part of an "L"-shaped design. Make sure you have a strong lamp or lamps to illuminate the surface.
Now, you'll want to work against the harsh "officeyness" of your home office by introducing some homey touches. Be subtle, but be firm. Using plants is one of the best ways to offset the functional feel of a lot of office furniture. In addition, use some paintings, artwork or other touches that match the overall style of your home. Finally, include a sofa, since it allows your family to visit you in your office without feeling like a client.
Overall you'll be amazed to learn that a complete refit of an existing office is usually far less interruption and more importantly, far less cost to a business than moving altogether. Moving takes a huge effort and big pockets. And whilst a complete office remodel is no breeze either, it's still a great deal easier than taking an entire office and moving it several hundred yards away.
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