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5 Ways to Upgrade Your Home Office

5 Ways to Upgrade Your Home Office

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Does your home office need an upgrade? Make working from home easier by optimising your workspace. Having a designated and functional office at home will help with productivity, focus, and most importantly, the ability to leave your workspace at the end of the day and unwind in your home. Here are a few home office ideas that will upgrade your workspace, making work from home that much easier.


Home Office Ideas to Upgrade Your work Space

1. Make The Most of the Space You Have

Not all of us have a spare room that we can convert into a home office. Having a designated workspace, however, is important in order to separate your professional and personal life. To do this, you’ll need to get creative with your space. Your home office could be an unused corner of a room or maybe the space beneath the living room window. Wherever you have free space, make the most of it. Fold Away Wall Desks are a great option for tight spaces and can be folded away when work hours are over.

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2. Get Comfortable

When you’re working full time, you likely spend the bulk of your day sitting at a desk. Make it easy on yourself by investing in a comfortable Office Chair or Gaming Chair that is specifically designed for long sits. Alternatively, kick sitting to the curb and prioritise your health with a Standing Desk. By making yourself comfortable you will be making your workday much more enjoyable.

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3. Storage, Storage, and More Storage

One thing you should always be looking for in your home office furniture is storage. Without proper storage, your work is likely to spill out into other areas of your home, making it difficult for you to switch off at the end of the day because you’re surrounded by reminders of work. Get yourself appropriate Home Office Storage so that you don’t end up with a cluttered and overflowing workspace.

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4. It’s All About Layout

When designing a home office, many people make the mistake of putting their Home Office Desk up against the wall and calling it a day. For most people, staring at a wall all day isn’t particularly motivating or inspiring (unless you've created yourself a killer dream-board). Try moving your desk into the middle of the room and decorating the walls. Alternatively, you could place your home office desk under the window so that you’re getting plenty of natural light and a view while you’re working. Play with the layout of your office to make it work for you.


5. Create a Space You WANT To Be In

You’ll likely be spending plenty of time in your home office, so you need to make your workspace somewhere you want to be. Introduce Home Decor to give your space a personal touch, just as you would for your desk at work. Bring in family photos, plants, and anything else that makes your home office a warm and inviting place to be while remaining a functional workspace.

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