In this article we will be exploring some very interesting topics that are aimed at offering valuable advice to anyone thinking of designing and decorating their home office. The main theme will be cantered around home office desks but we will also discuss some home DIY project principles that will not only assist you with your home office but also stand you in a good footing to tackle any domestic project.
Being in the industry for any hears I have seen many different levels of office design and decorating. These levels range from the phenomenally designed, ultra modern and contemporary style that has everything you could ever imagine from a home study, including sofas, liquor cabinet and golf club cupboard. To the not so grand half storage space, half filing cabinet excuse for a home office, some you couldn’t even call a makeshift study let alone home office. The latter description is due to the fact that the home office was an afterthought and something that was not planned or budgeted for.
Do not fear, no matter what state your office at home is in there is always something that one can do to get it to the stylish and chic, inspiration filled space that you desire. The first and most important rule when considering a home office is that you must treat this space in your home as a place of work so the design as well as decor of the space needs to reflect that. All clutter and stuff that used to be stored in this space must be taken out – only office at home related furniture and accessories must remain.
The home office desk UK is perhaps the most important piece of functional furniture that one can have in this room. It is the epicenter of you workplace and must at all times reflect this. Think of how de-motivating and uninspiring it will be to have to drag yourself to a makeshift desk that has no drawers, uneven legs, scratches and not enough space to put two piles of paper. My strongest suggestion, if you are kitting this space out for the first time is to start off with the planning phase. I know that this may sound like “Pie In The Sky” stuff but if you have any idea of how many home DIY projects fall flat, are half done because no planning whatsoever had gone into it.
No when I talk about planning essentially I mean these two important topics – budgeting and requirements. They will have to be addressed in that order as the budget is really the most important driving force for any project ad will have a huge effect on the requirements. Once you have adequately completed these two sections you should be left with a rough idea of what can be spent where also a list of measurements, possible designs, themes, colours etc. Make sure that the office desk is on the top of this list. The reason for this is that the study desk will have a bearing on all the other furniture, in terms of style as well as size that you purchase for your new home office.
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