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.

Home Office Set-up: The L-Desk: Space for Original Thinking

Last week I quoted ad-man George Lois about the importance of having a cleared workspace in your home office to create your “big idea.” You may have noted his office was pre-personal computers and he had a secretary for administrative work. Nowadays in the home office, and even the corporate office, you do much of…There’s more. Click here.

Offices of the Rich and Famous: Are They Better Than Yours?

It is easy to think everyone else has a better office than you. Everyone else is more organized than you. This is especially true when you compare yourself to people who seem to “have it all.”  This article in Lifehacker shows you the reality of the offices of Tina Fey, Bill Gates and Al Gore.…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Temperature and Productivity: 6 Tips to Beat the Heat

I belong to the New England Chapter of National Speakers’ Association, and for twelve years of monthly meetings no one there has ever seen my legs. Why? Because the rooms we meet in are always too chilly to wear a skirt. I hide my legs, not out of modesty, to keep myself comfortable and focused.…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Reflecting Space, Thinking Chair, Resting Area: Your Place to Think, Imagine, Plan

Problem solving and creating are two sides of the same coin. If you work, you are doing one or the other. Feeding words and data into a home office computer is neither one of these. In the book Work, Life, Tools by artist and graphic designer Milton Glaser, fifty innovators, creators and artists describe their…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Design – 10 Tips to Avoid Video Conference Bloopers

Many people think decorating a home office is un-necessary. All you need is a desk, a chair and a computer, period. Your home office needs to function and look like a professional office. Why? The video conference.  If you aren’t video conferencing now, you will be, soon. On a WallStreetJournal.com video interview about doodling to…There’s more. Click here.