There are so many reasons to revamp your home with a new office or study. If you have an underutilized spare bedroom or a formal space that’s rarely occupied, perhaps you’ll get more enjoyment out of having a dedicated space for work or reflection. For empty nesters, turning a teen’s bedroom into usable space could give you a fresh start on this new phase in your life. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to touch base with an interior designer and reward yourself with a new space!
Believe it or not, home office interior design can be one of the trickiest areas for a homeowner to get right. First, you’ll want to make sure the space so that it functions well, and this requires a keen eye for detail and a thorough understanding of workflow and ergonomics. You’ll also want to make sure the room ties in with the rest of your decor, especially if it’s visible from the main areas of the home. A professional interior designer will ensure function and form are followed to deliver exactly what you desire.
To get started with planning, consider these components of the well-designed home office: