You may be working from home for a while. It's time for something more professional than the dining table.
If you've been working from home for months and have concluded that this situation is unlikely to end any time soon, you may be giving your makeshift workspace a serious second look. You are not alone.
Continuing to work from your home bed or the dining table is unlikely to be very productive, or feel very professional in the long term. But what should you do if you don't have an extra room for a proper home office or even an obvious space for a desk?
Here's how to squeeze a workspace into any home.
CREATE A MULTIPURPOSE ROOM
You may need a squeeze a desk into an existing room.
Although sleep researches typically recommend keeping computers out of the bedroom, Alexander Doherty, an interior designer in New York, US, isn't convinced."I am not a psychologist," he said, but everybody brings their laptop into their bedroom. It's the reality of the world in which we live".
A bedroom is actually a natural place for a desk because it has a door for privacy and is often unused during the day.
ADD A DESK
If the only place to install a desk is out in the open living room, for example, or foyer a unit that folds up can help hide your work and allow your mind to shift gears at the end of the day.
Try to create a positive vibe around your workspace.
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