Ideas and Inspirations from the storage experts to improve your living space

Creating your home office

Creating your home office

More and more people regularly work from home to avoid traffic jams or to be more flexible towards their customers. This gives them the opportunity to create/decorate their workspace anyway they want.

Some prefer a separate room with a big desk. Others create a workplace within their living room. Or what about a mobile workplace?

We’ve listed up a few ideas to organize your workspace in a stylish and practical way.

A separate home office

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Setting up a home office means finding the right place to work in the comfort of your own home. If you still have a spare room left in your house, you might prefer to create a separate office.

The big advantage is that you have less distractions because you simply don’t see that pile of clothes on the floor or get tempted to watch that football match on TV.

Less is more. Basically you only need three things – a desk, a chair and an office lamp. All three are important. So do not compromise on quality and ergonomics.

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Home office integrated in your living space

You don’t necessarily need a separate office. You can perfectly integrate your desk in your living room or kitchen, just make sure it matches the interior.

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Some desks can even store cables, adapters and other unsightly messes beneath the desktop to keep your workspace neat and tidy.HO-6
StudioDesk – www.bluelounge.com

A classical writing table saves you the space of a real desk. No need to tidy up your files or laptop when you’ve finished working, just close your desk.

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Writing table – www.vtwonen.nl

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Writing table – www.ikea.com

If you regularly work from home, you may want to free up some space by renting a self-storage unit at Shurgard.

How do you organize your workplace? Do you feel more productive working at home than in the office? Share your comments with us.

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