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How to Create A Successful Home Office

Fitted Office Furniture

More people are working from home than ever before, and the demand for home office furniture has increased exponentially over the past few years. Even if you don’t work from home, it is becoming more and more important to have a space that allows concentration, functionality and organisation. A room has a significant impact on productivity and work flow, so getting the design right is key to maximising your efficiency at home. Here a few tips to help you get the perfect personal office space.

You Can Never Have Enough Storage

Storage is essential for workflow and organisation. No one wants to work in an office with clutter everywhere and nowhere to file anything away. Fitted office furniture is a great way to maximise storage in even the smallest spaces. Lloyds Fitted Bedrooms can craft office furniture to exact specifications, meaning no space is wasted. For instance, if you have a difficult shaped alcove in your room where traditional furniture may not fit; a fitted filling cabinet can be handcrafted to fit into the space, offering a wealth of storage in an otherwise underutilised area.

Make It Fit Your Needs

Not every office space needs to be the same. Depending on the type of work you do, your design needs might be radically different from anyone else. If you are employed in the creative industry, you might require more open space and free-flowing design, whereas an accountant would need large amounts of paper storage and filing cabinets. The biggest benefit of fitted office furniture is that it is unique to you. This means you don’t have to compromise on what you need in terms of ergonomics and work flow.

Inspire Yourself

One of the problems of working from home is that it is difficult to be inspired in a space that you spend so much of your time in. A boring looking office will only exacerbate this. One of the benefits, however, is that you are free to fill your office with anything you want. Use this freedom to create an area that lets innovation and creativity thrive. Artwork, posters, paintings, photographs memorabilia and office toys are all great ways to personalise an office and it make a more pleasant working area. Plants are also a great way to keep a space calm and focused. Adding a cactus or spider plant can not only add a touch of colour to your study, but also keep the air clean and fresh.

If you think a fitted home office would benefit you, book a free design consultation with Lloyds Fitted Bedrooms today.

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