Home office renovations are becoming some of the most popular home-improvement projects, as working from home is on the rise. Flexible work schedules, telecommuting, a desire to reduce time on the road, and a push for more work/life balance are some of the top reasons.
A home office needs to be
a dedicated space that allows for minimal distractions, quietude, and focus. Luckily, there are design
elements to help achieve this task. The first thing I typically tell clients who work
from home is that the kitchen table should not be your workspace.
Look around your home; you'll be surprised to find that there is most likely a space or room that has been underutilized or made to house unnecessary belongings.