This pandemic has forced us out of our offices and into our homes. As a result, this shift has also tapped into our ingenuity as to how we can carve a workspace within our home. That said, our design experts pointed out how our gardens just might be a fresh space to furnish for that purpose.
Working with what you have
We don’t have to rack our brains for this. If you have a shed or a garage extension that has been ignored as a storage unit, you can refurbish it as a workspace. Clean it up, check for electrical safety, arrange for a workable lighting set-up, and you can move your stuff in.
The organization is key. Your home office doesn’t have to be elaborate – it has to be convenient for work. That said, a simple set-up with all your essentials will be enough. Don’t fuss about unnecessary details so you won’t get distracted by the entire set-up.
Set-up the Greeneries
Green has proven to be a mentally therapeutic color, so setting up a workspace with properly placed plants can prevent burnout and fatigue. However, make sure that you’re not setting them too close, especially if you like tending to plants, because that may steer your attention from work.