Isn’t it tempting to work on the bed or on the sofa when you are working from home? Admit you’ve done it. So have I. What’s the downside of this less than ideal workspace? After all you are super comfortable… until the backpain from slouching hits and you realise you were not actually doing that much work. What you need is a beautiful work space.
What do you need for an ideal workspace? The minimum elements for spaces that work are a table, desk and good lighting. Home office furniture for small spaces do exist but an ideal workspace doesn’t require office furniture specifically.
You don’t need a dedicated spacious workspace in a separate room to have a small office desk where you can get work done. Neither do you need to make your home workspace big and clunky so that it really sticks out from the rest of your home decor.
You can check out how hotel rooms incorporate desks into their design to see how you can have cool home office setups that fit into your bedroom or living room without screaming their obvious presence and purpose! After all, how are you going to relax if you have the presence of a giant workspace reminding you of all the things that are waiting to be done?
What you want is a home workspace that discretely blends into its surroundings – useful when you need it and not obvious when you don’t.
Here are some great examples of some cool home office setups that show that beautiful work spaces do exist.
Find an ideal workspace in unlikely spaces that work in your home, such as this desk that will keep your feet warm in winter.
This home workspace seems to float in the air thanks to the clear desk which doesn’t obstruct the view from the windows (Goddard Littlefair, Landmark Place project)
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