Posts Tagged ‘home office’

Designing Your Home Office

Thursday, October 4th, 2018
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Your home office should be a comfortable, productive place.

The ability to work from home provides flexibility, but as telecommuters know, working from home is still work. Since this is the case, the layout of your home office is just as important as the one in your company office. Here are some things to consider when you’re creating your home office. (more…)

3 Home Office Design Trends

Friday, October 20th, 2017
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Learn how to design your home office so you can work productively everyday.

More than ever people are making their place of living their workplace.  According to Global Workplace Analytics, more than 25 million people work from home at least once a week, and around 3 million self-employed people consider their home their primary place of work.  Regardless of how often you work from home, you should put some effort into designing the perfect office to meet all of your needs.  If you are in the midst of designing or renovating your home office, then follow these home office design trends for inspiration. (more…)

3 Home Office Design Tips

Friday, September 29th, 2017
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follow these tips to design your home office.

Whether you have the luxury to work from home full-time or you just telework occasionally during the week, you should be as productive as possible in your home office.  Although you are still at home, you need to have an office space that is designed well and is stocked with comfortable furniture.  Your home office should be in an area of your home where you can have privacy at any time of the day.  There are several tips you can follow to have a well designed, productive home office.   (more…)

Designing a Productive Home Office

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
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Your home office should have plenty of function while still incorporating your personal touch.

The workplace is rapidly changing in the 2016. One of the biggest changes is the increasing prominence of the “telecommuter.” With so much focus being placed currently on the concept of “work-life balance,” telecommuting allows employees to, well, balance work and life. That can mean anything from doing laundry to taking care of kids or, at the very least, not having to be stuck in an office for 8+ hours a day, 5+ days a week. For those who get to enjoy telecommuting, there can be a difficult transition from working in an office whose sole function is work, to working at home, which used to be a place of relaxation and escape from work. Luckily, Edwards & Hill Office Furniture has put together this guide for designing a productive home office space. (more…)