A smart and well-equipped home office is a great part of the home to use for all sorts of work commitments and interests. All over the world, the lines between traditional work spaces and working from home are increasingly becoming blurred, with many employers and self-employed people choosing to spend at least part of the week working from home.
But a even aside from work, it's always reassuring to have a tidy and practical space for organising, writing and creating. Hobbies such as drawing and designing always benefits from having a space to organise materials and papers. A well set out home office space can also help with learning, reading and writing.
But how to reinvigorate the home-office, and ensure it's being used as well as it could? Here are three tips.
The above Edison table lamp by Fatboy is a fantastic way to get some illuminating new life back into the home office zone. Easy to look after and clean, the lamp is powered by a LED lamp and offers a technologically astute and well-designed light source for comfortable working and reading. It comes with a remote control so you can manage lighting levels wherever you are in the room. Styled in classic white.
Office Storage is another key area to consider when thinking about improving your home office experience.
Sorting out pens, pencils and stationary is a great start to getting your desk looking smart and ready for anything. The Ted Baker Colour by Numbers Pen Pot with Magnets, Mint is a striking way to organise these desk essentials. Stylish and cool, the pot has magnetised elements so you can stick lists and notes to the sides, making it double as both storage container and display board.
Keeping track of paperwork is an office essential, wherever said office is. The Multi Stem and Linear Stem Slim Ring Binders by Orla Kiely offers a neat colourful way to do it. The set of 2 binders comprise a reliable and secure way of keeping papers and pages easy to find. The two covers showcase Orla Kiely iconic patterns and artistic illustration. Great for keeping everything in order.
Part of making any working space a happy area to work and create in is to be comfortable within the space. Organisation, storage and illumination are primary ways to get that process off to the very best start.
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