Internet connectivity is more accessible than ever. The result? More and more Americans are working from home.
Workplace flexibility can be a blessing. But before you get too flexible, you may need something at home to stay productive. Namely, an office.
How do you design a home office?
It may not seem too complicated to design your own home office. There's the desk, the chair, and your computer. What else do you need?
Landscape or abstract artwork
Landscapes and abstract art are some of the most commonly used in office spaces. They have multiple colors and aren't too distracting for employees. Try using one in your own office space.
Because you're working from home, you can invest in quality equipment. Acquire the items you need in your space to help you feel productive such as a custom chair mat or a high-speed ethernet cable.
Lamps and lighting
It's best to locate your office in a space that's quiet and has natural lighting. But you also want to have enough lighting in your space for when the sun goes down or it's cloudy. Include floor lamps and desk lamps in your space to make everything easy to see.
It can be tempting to transform one of your dining chairs into an office chair, but it might not be good for your back. Your home office is worth the investment because of how often you'll be using it. (And it won't be going anywhere anytime soon). Invest in a good office chair that's supportive and a functional desk. Both you and your chiropractor will be thankful when you do.
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