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Home is Where the Work is - Now

By Trendoffice @trendoffice
Suddenly the world is different. In addition to the other limitations most of us are forced to work from home, spend much more time at home. Our homes now are becoming even more important - how we have designed them, how have we organized our life there. That makes our role as interior designers even more important. I hope we can help people live better with these limitations. We can inspire and suggest ideas and solutions - make use of our knowledge and experience :)

So, let's have a look at some ideas for a more comfortable work from home. It is enough to create a simple working surface in any available corner of your living room, bedroom, dining room:

source: Pinterest

A one-room retreat outside Providence, Rhode Island, takes up no more space than a standard two-car garage.

Gallery of Mills House / Austin Maynard Architects - 5

Next, think of your comfortable seating - that is very importatnt! As the period of working at home does not seem to be very short, an uncomfortable chair can bring quite unpleasant consequences.
Home Where Work

Chalmers Office Chair Hashtag Home

Home Where Work
Chalmers Office Chair Hashtag Home
Home Where Work

Relief Mesh Office Chair Hashtag Home Colour (Upholstery): Green
Home Where Work

Relief Mesh Office Chair Hashtag Home Colour (Upholstery): Green
Home Where Work
Relief Mesh Office Chair Hashtag Home
Home Where Work

Relief Mesh Office Chair Hashtag Home
Home Where Work

Or you can work from your favourate armchair with s movabe utility table like this one:
LT-020 Clear Glass and Aluminum Laptop Stand with Casters

Home Where Work
LT-020 Clear Glass and Aluminum Laptop Stand with Casters
Home Where Work

If you prefer standing...
Middlebrooks Height Adjustable Standing Desk
Home Where Work
Middlebrooks Height Adjustable Standing Desk

Middlebrooks Height Adjustable Standing Desk Mercury Row Colour: Stone Grey/Graphite
Home Where Work

Just a few suggestions.

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