[picappgallerysingle id=”7291785″]6 Tips for Creating a Great Home Office
Privacy is important. Choose a location as far away as you can from children’s play areas, the TV room, the kitchen, and other hubs of family activity.
Do you need proximity to the door? If you expect to be receiving clients in your office, make sure that they don’t have to walk upstairs past the bedroom to attend a business meeting.
Will your office equipment fit? Before you move in, measure your desk, bookshelves, file cabinets, and other furniture, to make sure it will fit in the designated space.
Get electrical assistance. Your home office will certainly need more outlets than it did before it was an office. Don’t rely on power strips. Get expert assistance.
Add some soundproofing. Consider replacing the drywall with a special soundproofing variety and hang a new solid-core door.
Decorate thoughtfully. If you are going to be spending a lot of time in your office, and especially if you’ll have clients there, take time to choose nice decor.