Home Office Design Ideas

Get tips and ideas on how to set-up and design your home office for productivity, comfort and style. Here you will find the best choices for you, your work life and your work space.

Organized Home Office Space: A Divided Home Office Creates Confusion

Like too many calendars or to-do lists, duplicates create confusion, decrease productivity and increase your chances of forgetting something important. On occasion, I work with a client with two home offices. Not in two different homes, but in the same house. And they are not happy. They all have reasons for two home offices: Their…There’s more. Click here.

Green House Home Office Dream Home Office

Graphic artist and animator Philippe Vendrolini combined creativity with practicality to create a dream home office when his growing family took over his home office space.  After much research he came up with the idea of using a charming kit greenhouse office in his back yard! At 8 x 12 feet it is large enough for…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Lighting Design Ideas: 1 Simple Idea and 4 Best Tips

Lighting can make or break your home office experience.  I see more mistakes in home office lighting design ideas in magazines, on television and online than I can shake a light bulb at.  It is a part of home office decorating and set-up that is either overlooked or inadequately addressed. But the effects are not…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Tax Deductions: Tax Code Changes Impact Size and Location Of Home Office

Several years ago I was working with a client who had a new large family room next to the kitchen –  where their family and social life now centered. That left them with an unused living room and a too-small home office. We moved her home office into the living room. It was spacious with…There’s more. Click here.

When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Do Home Office Improvements

Home Office Improvements Are About More Than Making Things Pretty Working from your home office it is easy to focus on a project or deadline and let the physical environment of your workspace slide. It is easier to focus on your client rather than yourself. Does your home office pass the client visit test? Even…There’s more. Click here.