Working from home can be both a blessing and a curse. You’re in comfortable walking distance of the fridge but you’re also dangerously close to the remote. The best way to keep your concentration and motivation in check is to put plenty of thought into your home office design and have it work for you.
Gone are the days of a desk piled high in old documents and manuals for items you don’t even own anymore. Or, worse, the dreaded situation of a room that looks like a hurricane’s ripped through it leaving you forced to work at the dining table. When it comes to a home office, it should be appropriately decorated to keep your mind on the task but familiar enough that it’s enjoyable to work in.
If your home office environment is more clinical than chic, more oppressive than organised, then it might be time for a revamp. By making a few key changes you’ll find yourself working in a more stylish space as well as boosting your overall productivity. Win win.