With thousands of people working from home every day, it is important that you have a space that you are both comfortable in, and one in which you can produce the best possible work. In this article, we are going to give you five simple steps to creating a home office, which will include utilising high quality oak furniture. So, without rambling on too much, here is how to create a home office in five simple steps.
1. Find Some Space
The first step that you need to take is to actually find some space in which to create your home office; this is probably one of the hardest steps on this list, as space will be limited for most people. However, if you try to be a little more creative with the space that you do have, we are certain that you will find something. After all, you just need somewhere to place your computer, even temporarily, and where you can pull up a chair (don’t forget, you will also need a place where you can actually get an internet connection!).
Look around your home, where can you create a space like this? It does not have to be a large space, and can even fold away when you are done if needed. It does need to be comfortable though, and somewhere where you are free from distractions such as TV and other noise.
2. Let The Light In!
Now you have found a space in which to set up your home office, the next thing that you should do is to ensure that there is suitable lighting. Ideally, you would have a home office that has a lot of natural light flowing through it, but we understand that this is not always achievable. If you can work in even a little bit of daylight, it will help to ease your eye strain, and even help your productivity. Positioning your desk near a window, for example, is a great thing to do if it is possible; you get a little bit of a view, and it will bring in a ton of natural light. Couple this with a nice clean mirror and you can get a fantastic reflection that really opens the space up.
Use Oak Furniture
High quality, oak home office furniture can help to make your office feel a little more homely, whilst improving both productivity and the aesthetic of the room in which you choose to create your home office in. Furniture such as oak office desks and oak office chairs or even sideboards can help to create a truly amazing environment for you to work in, and you may not even want to go back into the office when needed!
p.s. a quick top tip if you have marked your wonderful office desk with a hot drink whilst remote working – How to remove heat stains from your oak desk!