Working from home (sometimes called a SOHO for Small Office Home Office) is a luxury only few of us can afford, but it’s also a challenge to set up an office without spoiling the design aesthetics of the house, especially when space is at a premium.
Keeping it professional is simpler if you are a lawyer or a doctor with the luxury of a separate chamber. But if you are a freelance writer who needs just a laptop, the temptation of turning the bed or dining table into a work station is difficult to resist. Here are some useful tips to get a home-office up and running:
Create your own space
List out your needs
Use simple furniture
Personalize the space
Dos and Don’ts
To read the details of each tip, kindly visit The Economic Times.
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