Converting a Bedroom into a Home Office. If you’re working from home or running a small business from your home, a home office is essential. A place where you can actually shut the door and have separation from the rest of your life at home makes a big difference in your productivity. So if your house has an extra bedroom, you’ve got the perfect place to put your new home office.
You’ll need a desk, chair and storage as minimum elements in the room. A dining room table or sofa table can even serve as a desk. Position the desk facing the window. You won’t want direct sunlight coming in and glaring on your computer screen! Pull the desk and chair together visually with a rug under your desk. This will also protect your floor from your chair’s movements.
Since bedrooms usually have a closet, you’ve got a built-in storage room in your new home office! Store most of your supplies in here to keep your office room as clutter-free as possible. Add shelves and filing cabinets right in the closet. This is also a good place for your printer.
You can design your home office to not only be an office, but it can remain as a guest sleeping room if need be. Keep a day bed, a sleeper sofa or futon in your home office, and it can serve dual purposes, while offering extra seating during the day when it’s an office. Contact Realtor Tony Ciancanelli at tonyciancanelli.com