Focus on... desks
When you work from home you quickly realise the importance of having a home desk setup that works perfectly for you. To be productive and comfortable you need your home office to be just right, with a comfortable chair, the right lighting, good connectivity and (ideally) noise cancelling headphones!
A desk setup needs to be the right height and allow enough space for devices and laptops or monitors. It needs to be an aesthetically pleasing space to work, stable, uncluttered and calming.
Finding the right desk, whether you’re setting it up in the bedroom, corner of the living room, or dedicated study space, can be a tall order with plenty to think about, from storage, size and shape to the desired design credentials for a desk in a domestic setting (spreadsheets aside, a home desk should be a stylish furniture piece to feel proud of...).
So, what are the essentials to tick off when looking to invest in your workaday, 9-5 companion?
Drawers or separate drawer units will help keep the surface clutter free and allow you to put the working day away. To avoid simply moving clutter from one place to another, consider conqueringyour potential desk drawer junk with an assortment of organisers. Keep pens, post-its, business cards and hard drives in their own compartments to stay organised.
As an alternative to drawers, which allows paperwork to be more easily accessible and visible, our range of solid wood desks feature open storage compartments to accommodate the essentials whilst leaving the desk surface clear.
Keep it organised
Dimensions make a difference
Height adjustable desks can also be helpful as your elbows and wrists should be level when typing, so, if you don't have an ergonomic chair, you can customise your desk to the correct height.
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