How to Install Your Home Office In Your Living Room and Not Die In The Attempt

With the most recent changes the world has experienced, many people have been forced to start resorting to working hours entirely from home, mainly thanks to the benefits of technology. Surely you’re also among those people and you’ve had to assemble your makeshift workspace in some space for other functions, such as the living room. If this is your case, you should take the best advantage of the available resources to achieve the perfect balance, both in aesthetics and functionality.

If you’re a lover of Mid-Century Modern style, you may have included some very important and representative elements in your space such as the Noguchi Table, the Arco Lamp or an Eames Lounge Chair, but regardless of the furniture and additions that your space has, the most important thing is that you know how to put everything in its place and assign the ideal place for everything. These are some of the tips that can help you configure your home office within your living room:

* .- Get an ergonomic and efficient desk chair, preferably with casters, like the Eames Office Chair. This will allow you to move skillfully without having to get up all the time.

*.- Assign at least 20% of the space in your living room to your work area. You may have to move some furniture to other compartments in the house.

*.- If your living room is really small and you don’t think it can also fulfill the function of Home Office at the same time, you can temporarily reconfigure it to be able to do all kinds of activities until you can return to your office. In other words: you may need to move your couch to another area.

*.- To combat the monotony, boredom, and boredom of routine, you can set the space to be pleasant and peaceful: eliminate unnecessary noise, light aromatic candles, attract enough natural light, play stimulating music. It’s important that you feel good.

Follow these tips to have a multifunctional living room where you can also work daily and be a very efficient and productive person.

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