Long before we were all forced to stay indoors due to the pandemic, many people were working from home.
Since then, everyone has been continually perfecting their home office setup—switching desks, keyboards, monitors, and more.
The pandemic isn’t over yet, but remote work is here to stay for many people. So, fellow workers, privileged enough to work from home, below are some tips and picks that might make that work more bearable
A happy environment can promote productivity– so don’t just throw some furniture in a space and call it an office.
You deserve better than that! Pull together some design elements for your “ideal” office space and imagine as if you are starting from scratch.
This helps you design a space that will be inspiring even if you can’t execute all the details due to space, budget, etc.
Saving Money is as easy as following this, so you can create an amazing WFH space within your own House even if your budget is not expansive.
Whenever possible choose a space that has natural light or good options for overhead light or lamps in your space. A poorly lit environment will not be conducive to productivity and may cause headaches or fatigue.
Lighting is key and doesn’t have to be the harsh LED strips known from offices and schools worldwide, it can be comforting and pleasant, think upmarket shopping malls and restaurants.
This can completely change and revolutionise your workspace for the better and does not cost too much money to achieve this.
Use tall bookshelves, when possible, to help corral your clutter– and don’t forget colourful artwork or bulletin boards that can be both inspiring and/or be functional.
This can turn your space into a library or just a more inviting and productive space, whatever you’re aiming for, using your wall real estate is a key step to transforming your working from home space in your house to make it easier for you to get work done.
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