Creating The Perfect Home Office Space

Now that the winter months are drawing in, the prospect of working from home is looking ever more appealing. Swapping the office for the home works wonders for a lot of people

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Now that the winter months are drawing in, the prospect of working from home is looking ever more appealing. Swapping the office for the home works wonders for a lot of people, however, in order to maximise productivity, and avoid distractions, a suitable home office space must be created. Here’s how to do it…

Furniture

Trying to do your work with a laptop precariously balanced on the edge of the sofa simply won’t work. You’ll need to set up a functioning office space and to do that you’ll need a selection of office furniture. Ebuyer is a great place to start, as they have a fantastic range of everything a productive office needs.

Being the hub of every office, a desk is an absolute must-have! Choose one that is large enough for all your needs and, if possible, go for one with built-in storage like this one, as an extra space saving technique.

Spending around 8 hours a day sat there, a comfortable office chair is another essential. Go for one that will fully support your back to avoid aches and pains.

Colour scheme

With the ability to enhance productivity, there are some colours you should use in your home office and some you should avoid. Blue is often said to be the most productive colour, while yellow is associated with creativity, so pale shades of these would both be good choices. Red should be avoided though, as it is often associated with anger, and can bring on stress.