(via Domino Magazine)How about the location Is it truly the best place for you to be productive Do you need to be closer or further away from central living areas It's often better to find a new location, even if it's the corner of your guest bedroom than to try to share a space (like a dining room table).
(via Ideal Home Magazine)When your choosing the furniture for your space, think about the details. What are you going to do about all those cords, does the piece you're selecting help Is the surface durable enough for the occasional spill If you computer has a tower, will it fit under the desk And, what about all those piles that need to become files- where are those going to go
(via Ladies Home Journal)Finally, what's your style Do you want something traditional or modern Colorful brights or soothing pastels What are you going to do to make it yours Maybe photos Will you frame them or perhaps add a decorative bulletin board What accents will make this space feel good to you A mirror, flowers, or a pretty lamp perhaps
(via Architectural Digest)Get the right pieces for your space. The ones that are comfortable, functional and fit your style. Make it a place you want to be. Not just to work, but to live. After all, this is your home office, make yourself feel at home in it.