1. Natural Light
It’s a good idea to situate your desk near a window to make the most of the daylight. This will not only brighten up your office space but will also help keep you feeling more focused and relaxed.
When we’re comfortable, we become more productive. Temperature and lighting are huge factors that can affect our moods, so you need to consider the position of radiators and windows for both practical and comfort purposes.
Technology is a must for every working day, but lots of gadgets can make your space feel cluttered. Make sure you designate a practical place for everything you need, including your printer, scanner and desktop computer. Going bespoke also means that your gadgets have a specific built in space. As the saying goes ‘a place for everything and everything in it’s place.’ This will ensure your office remains clear of clutter and tidy.
4. Filing and Storage Solutions
After a long day’s work, the last thing you’ll want to be thinking about is tidying up your office. Built in cupboard space and cabinets not only allow for easy organisation but can help keep your office neat as well.
5. Sharing your Space
If you are sharing your home office then you will need to consider the needs of everyone using that space. Ensure there is adequate comfortable seating, plenty of desk space and storage solutions to suit all. We have designed some lovely his and her offices over the years!