March 8, 2017 Office Design
Whether you work from home full-time, or hold a side interest, a good home office is fundamental to ensuring your productivity is high.
Everyone has heard of the term ‘bedroom business’, which implies that anyone who works from home sits in their pyjamas tapping away at their computer desk, tucked away in the corner of the bedroom. While not to say this never happens, most that make a living working from home have a room that is dedicated for their work. Read more…
December 16, 2015 Interior Design
One way to make our kids study room more simple and has a double benefit is by combine the study room equipped with a small bed, for example with folding bed. Folding bed has more advantage than ordinary beds. Besides practical because it can be folded also save space. Not only for our kids, we can apply it to our home office.
September 17, 2015 Guest Post, Interior Design
Whether you see seven figure revenues or you are just the casual blogger, a home office that is fashionable and functional will help productivity, health, and job satisfaction. These simple tips can help you on your path to a dream home office.
First, consider the function of your office.
Do you work on a desktop computer? Do you work only with your laptop? Are printers and file cabinets a necessity? Select pieces that best fit your working style. If you like to spread out paper, make sure you have a large working surface. A huge computer desk with a hutch is not necessary if most of your work is done on a small laptop. Make sure you have space for the pieces that you need for your work.