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Maybe you're one of the lucky few to have an extra bedroom in your house that can be used for a home office, but sometimes that space is earmarked for other things such as a guest room or storage space. You’re not out of luck, though; you can designate a corner in another room as a home office. Yup, we’re even talking about homes with pretty small footprints. All it takes is a little space to create a home office.
When you’re shopping for a desk for your home office, a kid’s room or a household management hub, your decor will play a big role in choosing a style that suits your interior. Our designs are a great fit for many tastes, including modern, traditional, rustic, industrial and more. Crafted from materials like metal, glass, concrete and wood, these desks will stand up to wear and tear and will deliver a style update to any space. Take a look at these other things to consider when looking for your dream desk.
Location! Location! Location!If you work from home, you’ll want to set your space up somewhere quiet. Not only will it help you concentrate, it’ll make going to work more pleasant. If you can, try to put your desk near a window. Having a sunny spot to work will brighten up your day, increase your happiness and improve your job satisfaction. You may even see your productivity go up!
Paperwork and SuppliesIf you’ve got paper and supplies to stash away, you should definitely think about a desk with a drawer or two. If that’s not enough, you may want to add a cabinet to your room to catch overflow and keep your space looking clutter-free.
Size DOES MatterWhether you’ll be spending a substantial amount of time at your desk or just sitting down once in a while to pay bills, this one’s really important. Before buying a desk, measure the room you have to work with and ensure you have a minimum of two and half feet of free space from the edge of your desk for your chair. Anything less and you’ll dread having to sit there for work.
No matter how you use your desk, know that it’s as important as any other piece of furniture in your home. You’ll be glad you put a lot of thought into getting the right one. Now that you’ve got your home office space set up and ready to go, you can get down to some serious business.