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How To Set Up The Perfect Home Office

Gaining the opportunity to work from home can provide you with loads of different benefits, but there are also many drawbacks that you have to…


Gaining the opportunity to work from home can provide you with loads of different benefits, but there are also many drawbacks that you have to contend with, too. It’s so much easier to get distracted, and with no one around you to make sure you’re giving it your all, you could easily begin to lag behind and fail to meet your goals. Thankfully, however, designing the ideal home office space can help to put an end to the negative side effects that one can expect to experience while working remotely, as many of these difficulties are exclusively related to your surroundings. I currently work from home on the sofa while Leo is in bed, which is not ideal! But one day, I do hope to build the perfect home office and I’ve already been planning it in my head,

So, if you’re interested in finding out more about how you can set up the perfect home office, then simply read on to uncover some of the best tips and tricks that you can make the most of today!

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The Colour Scheme Matters 

The colours that you use to decorate your home office can have a dramatic impact on the overall atmosphere of the space, as each shade has its own associated feelings that you can utilize in your favour. For example, rather than choosing red which is often associated with danger and emergency, you can opt for a calming and balancing tone such as blue or green. Make sure that you don’t choose too many different colours for your home office, as having a clash of patterns and tones can easily become overwhelming and distract you from your work. 

Picking The Perfect Furniture

The furniture that you use inside your home office can either make or break the room, so it’s vital that you’re able to source the most ergonomic, comfortable items that you can use for years to come. First and foremost, invest in the best desk that you can find which features adjustable height settings and sufficient space for you to spread out and view paperwork while also having the room to work on a laptop at the same time. Next, choose a chair that’s guaranteed to keep you comfy without inducing any aches and pains that can take your attention away from the task at hand. For example, you might wish to source a relaxing rocking chair, or even a modern home office chair that allows you to sit cross-legged without affecting your circulation. 

Tidbits Of Motivation

Making sure that you have little tidbits of motivation dotted around your home office will help you to stay focused and encouraged every time that you log on for the day. It’s easy to let the stress of working remotely take over, but having a motivational poster that boasts an encouraging catchphrase or even framing a photo of your children can be all the inspiration you need to stop daydreaming and get back to work.

Figuring out how to create the perfect home office space has never been such a simple task when you can take the time to make the most of some of the brilliant ideas that have been carefully described above.


  1. Hi Corinne! Very useful tips. Thanks for sharing.
    I hope you’ll visit my new post. Have a nice day!

  2. I love working from home, but I fully agree that a nice working space makes a lot of difference. Furniture that is both comfortable and looks nice is a must.

  3. A great article that. is very ‘on topic’ at the moment! I’m constantly struggling to create the perfect work environment, so thank you for this

  4. Loved all these tips! Planning to get our home office set up next year so need all the tips around, working from the bed is not as good as one might think at first. I think that having small bits of motivation around can help so much! x

  5. I really love this post. I’ve been a freelancer working from home for about 18 months now and I’ve only started to convert my office into something that I actually enjoy working in. You’ve given me a lot of food for thought to think about as I continue working on and building the space into something motivating and inspiring as well as comfortable.

  6. I always want to have a home office when I have my own house (in the future)! Would love to add my favorite color scheme and aesthetic furniture 🙂 Thank you for sharing your tips x

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