Creating The Perfect Office Space To Work From Home

As a blogger and mother of two, I’m all too familiar with the difficulties of trying to juggle working from home with parenting. However, I wouldn’t change it for the world, and I’m sure many more feel exactly the same way.

Working from home does require a lot of different skills. One of the main ones is good organisation. With this in mind, it’s essential that you build yourself the perfect office space for completing your daily work tasks. If you don’t, there’s a strong chance that your life will quickly descend into madness.

Unused guest rooms are the perfect location to make this transformation, but there are plenty of other venues you could use around the home. Whatever you do, these tips should come in handy as you look to complete the perfect design.

Utilise Space

When it comes to designing the room, the key focus should be on how you use the space. This is a chance to start afresh, so make sure you get it right from the very beginning. Before doing anything, get rid of any junk to leave yourself with a canvas to build your masterpiece.



When it comes to designing the room, try to leave as much floor space as possible. For starters, a claustrophobic atmosphere will impact your general happiness and workflow. Meanwhile, you never know when you’ll need to introduce a new piece of equipment to the room. Essentially, this is the key to leaving yourself space to grow.

Home office desks are probably the most crucial feature. Be sure to choose yours wisely. After all, this will be the epicentre of your entire business operation.

Add Comfort

No, I’m not suggesting that you invest in a comfy sofa and plasma TV. This is a place for work. Nonetheless, it’s still important to ensure that the room has the right atmosphere, and satisfying your basic human need is vital.

One of the most important steps you can take is to encourage more natural light. If this still isn’t fulfilling your needs, then use electrical outlets to improve the situation. The last thing you want is to be working in a dark room. That’s no good for anyone.



Similarly, you need to enjoy a comfortable temperature. Investing in a desk fan is a great move for summer. As for the winter, it’s essential that your heating systems work. If the room was previously unused, you’ve probably never even checked the radiators. Make sure they do.

Make It Child-Friendly

If your children are of school age, then there’s a good chance that they will want to use the room for homework and other features from time to time. Not only is this another reason to keep things organised, but it should also encourage you to make it child-friendly.

Smart design choices, like investing in safer window blinds, can help avoid accidents around the home. It will help keep your kids safe, as well as your important work files and equipment.

Even if your children are currently too young for computers, it’s important to acknowledge that they will grow. Take these precautions now, and it could save you time and hassle in the long run.

*This post is contributed to Spicy Scribbler