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Working from home has become more relevant in present times and may be something that stays with us in the future, so finding or making a comfortable workspace at home is imperative.

A home workspace needs to be a calm and efficient environment where you want to spend your time and keep motivated and productive. There are a lot of options and ideas for any home and budget.

A separate room that’s used and dedicated for work only is ideal.

Why? Having a separate room allows you to close the door and forget about the outside world and fully immerse yourself into your work.

While that may not be an option for everyone, choosing a quiet, spare corner is a good place to start. It’s vital to have minimal distractions, so keeping this space away from noisy areas and appliances (such as the kitchen or utility room) is a must.

Consider the following rooms if you have them:

  • the dining room
  • a spare room
  • the garage
  • the basement

The dining room tends to be a popular area to create a workspace as it’s only used at specific times of the day and is free to use for typical working hours.

If you have a spare bedroom, this is another great option to turn into a full office space. You can take advantage of having a separate room for your work; decorate and set it up to be exactly how you need.

If you’re looking for an area that’s a bit more permanent and you don’t have a spare bedroom consider converting a garage or basement. This can be a great investment. It can be a little pricier, but it will have the benefit of adding value to your property as well as a brand-new space for you to work in.

Conservatory extensions can be an amazing workspace full of light and a great addition to any home. The cost of conservatory extension can vary, depending on the style and size of the conservatory you need or want, but it’s certainly a worthy investment to make if you’re looking at working from home in the future.

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Tracy Zdelar

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Tracy writes about family life and travel here on her blog Hall of Fame Moms and has been interviewed on Ohio Podcast, local radio and Prepper Chicks. Find more info on her About Page.