With 30% of Americans working from home in 2023, having a functional home office has never been more important. While remote workers may have been able to get away with an improvised home office in the past, if you’re working remotely now, it’s likely that you’ll continue to do so for quite some time.
For those still working from the couch, at their kitchen table, or (gasp) from bed, it’s time to level up. A well-designed, dedicated workspace increases productivity due to a decrease in distractions and increase in boundary-setting between work and life. Sounds pretty good, right?
So, put your interior design cap on, because we’re about to dive into 5 tips for designing your home office.
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