How to design a home office


08 Oct 2019

Planning a home office? Consider these five design tips

Whether you're about to start implementing a new business plan, or begin writing that long-pending book, or just want to bring some work back home - designing a home office could be a great idea.

And while you're at it, make sure your mini-office is practical as well as inspiring.

Here are our top tips to help you design the best home office ever.


Think about the location

Think about the location

You could place your home office anywhere. So, make sure it suits your needs and the nature of your work.

For instance, if you also have to look after your kids alongside work, you might build a workspace in or near your kids' room.

If you are more of a professional, getting a separate cabin without any distractions would be the real deal.


Allow the right amount of space

When it comes to choosing the right amount of space for your home office - remember that balance is the key.

Don't shrink it so much that you have issues each time you stand up or sit down.

On the other hand, if you make available a lot of space, you might end up wasting some much-needed area at your home.

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Let there be light

Let there be light

As is the case with traditional office spaces, lighting is one of the most crucial aspects to consider while designing a home office.

Natural light is the most desirable, so aim for an office space that's near to a window.

If your home lacks natural lighting, don't worry - getting an overhead ceiling light or a good enough table lamp shall do the trick.


Keep storage in mind

You don't want to run around the length and breadth of your house, when looking out for stationery.

So, make sure to plan enough storage space at your home office for all the work-related stuff.

Accordingly, get enough number of cupboards, cabinets and drawers, so you can accommodate all your things.

Also, remember to keep the most important items within arm's length.

Tip #5: Plan a place to meet

If you are going to host clients or customers at your home office, you will need a place where you can sit down and have a chat. So, make sure to design a nice and spacious meeting room/cabin.

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