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personal home office spaceIt would have been great if you have an extra room to convert into a home office. Even if you do not have the luxury, you can try many ideas to maximise your space. Some suggestions may be a bit pricier than others, but consider it an investment that can raise your property’s value while giving you a place to work in peace.

In Your Bedroom

Raise the bed above your line of sight, add a ladder and use the space underneath for your mini office. Zilofurniture.com and known interior designers recommend replacing bedroom furniture with compact ones to have a place to install office furnishings and equipment. Another solution is to rearrange your bedroom to accommodate an office desk and find the most comfortable chair you already have at home.

Large Closets

If you have one of those large wall closets near the dining room or any part of the house that is only used for storing knick-knacks, clean them out and have them designed for a small office. Replace the door with a divider, sliding panels or even curtains to keep your workplace private and silent. The best part is that you can still be aware of your surroundings, so you can manage your domestic chores while you work.

The Attic or the Basement

Start with cleaning your attic or basement then check for vermin, leaks, lack of insulation, electrical problems and integrity issues. Have a building inspector over to check and inform them of your plans. Ask how much you will need to repair and renovate your basement or attic. Once you receive a quote, make the required changes and build a small room to house the items you have in the attic or basement then set up your office.

It is best that you adjust your home to accommodate your office if you truly want to be serious in your venture. You can choose to rearrange the furniture or do some heavy renovations. Besides, working at home without a specific workspace can affect your productivity.