5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office

Working from home can be challenging. Separating professional and family life is not always easy and designing a proper workspace is essential to find the balance!

Today Asian Interior Design will give you 5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office that will improve your productivity, keep your focus and still be comfortable.

1.Location and desks

Location, location, location. You’ll likely spend many hours in your home office, so don’t stiff yourself on space. And for that let’s start with desks!

A large, strong and aesthetically appealing desk can be the center of your space where you can spread all that paperwork, computer and all the snacks that surround us (it is our secret).

5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office

The BARAKA Desk fits any environment, it can be a fierce choice for a home office project where the key is to be comfortable in your two main spheres

2. Comfort and High-Back Armchair

A desk should be accompanied by an imposing high-back armchair. Those that snuggle our backs and provide us with a good posture to work for several hours.

5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office

The CLERK High-back chair, is a staggering upholstered chair in cotton velvet, with legs in high gloss lacquered. This chair will surely spice up
any office design

5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office
BRABBU upholstery Malay chair

The SIKA armchair is equally elegant, due to its button detailing on the inner back, the nailhead trim and the brass details of the arms. Two great options to feel laid-back… even when working.

3. Concentration and Light

Another important element in your home office decoration is the lighting. Good light is fundamental to help you reach your goals and also to keep you concentrated, making sure you will not feel drowsy.

5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office

AURUM III Suspension Light is an imposing round light made of matte hammered brass. A piece that will bring comfort to your home office and above all will be a companion by helping you to stay focused.

4. Warm feeling and Rugs

Just like the products listed above, a good rug can also be a good acquisition for your home office. Taking into consideration that you probably will not be wearing shoes in the house, a large rug covering most of your desk floors can surely be the key to bring all of this comfort in.

5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office
5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office

Named after the Norwegian capital, Oslo is a hand-tufted rug with a snow-white pile with spots pattern. A good purchase for a home office, especially for particularly cold days.

5. A final Touch

Few are the home décor items that are as versatile as cushions: you can find them in your bed as well as in a sofa or an armchair to complete their look, giving a hint of comfort. So why not also bring it to the home office? Place it in a large sofa or armchairs for your guests and get the final touch you were looking for. No 5 is hand embraided and made from natural silk and velvet. Its design makes it look like a real piece of art.

5 Tips for Designing Your Home Office
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