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WFH: the Home Office

Apr 23 ,

2020

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I hope you are all staying healthy and sane! During this pandemic, I am so grateful for all the essential workers who are working so hard to keep us safe. I am also very appreciative for technology that allows so many of us to work remotely. With more people working from home than ever before, it’s a great time for me to focus on home offices.

If you don’t have a designated room for a home office, a simple desk and chair in any room will provide a great workspace to get a lot accomplished. The desks In the photos above create functional and pretty work areas. One is in a guest bedroom and the other is in a kitchen. Having an appointed area for working helps you get in the right mindset when you sit down to work.  Baskets, folders and desk drawers will also help you stay organized.

For clients who wanted a place to work that would magically disappear after hours, we designed the custom work space above. The desk provides ample storage with files, drawers, and slots for papers. It is an extremely functional and beautiful work area that does not take up an entire room. The recessed doors conceal the work area when it is not in use, so when closed, all you see is the stunning cabinetry off the dining room.

We also love designing full home offices for our clients. We tailor each office to meet their specific needs, but a large desk, smart storage, and a comfortable seating area are usually important elements in the design. We ask many questions to understand how our clients work in order to create a home office that best supports them and their productivity. If you have a room (or even a corner!) you’d like to turn into a home office, reach out to us at info@everobinson.net. Stay home, stay safe, and stay healthy!

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