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Mugga Way ResidenceEclectic Home Office, Sydney

Photo: Luci Dibley-Westwood © 2013 Houzz

Eclectic home office in Sydney with grey walls and a freestanding desk. —  Houzz
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Mariella Attard added this to How to Arrange Space When Everyone Works and Studies At Home22 March 2020

Your turnHow have you set up your workspace and is it working well for you? Share your photos and experiences in the Comments below, like this story, save the images for inspiration, and join the conversation.MoreNeed more inspiration to set up your space and increase productivity while working from home? Don’t miss 7 Things to Consider if You Find Yourself Working From Home

Anne Colby added this to 5 Design Essentials You Need in Your Home Office10 September 2018

4. Good task lightingA standard ceiling light providing overall illumination is just a starting point for a home office. You also want to include task lighting for reading and other close-up work. This home office layers in a desk lamp for task lighting, a floor lamp for task and ambient lighting and natural light from the glass doors and windows. The desk and computer screen are angled so that light filters in from the side, instead of from behind or in front of the computer, helping to prevent eye strain.

Louise O'Bryan added this to Simple Lifestyle Changes That Can Help You Save Money8 March 2017

Turn the power offThis is a well-worn money saving tip, but one that needs to be reiterated in a tech world where we continue to fill our homes with more and more devices. Turning off the power on computers and unplugging idle chargers is going to save on energy and electricity costs. No matter how small the savings, it all adds up in the end.

Emily Hutchinson added this to 10 Heart-Warming Ways to Combat Homesickness7 July 2015

9. Organise video callsI’m sure those who have moved away from home rejoiced when Skype first came onto the scene. A good video call reminds you that you can see and hear your loved ones’ faces anytime you need to. Try to schedule the call at a regular time so that it feels more like a catch-up than just talking about how much you miss home. Wine or tea time works perfectly, depending on the time zone. You could even watch movies together! It will feel as though you never left.

Kerryn Ramsey added this to Working From Home? Set Up an Office That Gets You in the Flow16 November 2014

5. Plan the right layoutEverything from artworks and lighting to furnishing and drapery can give your office the warmth and personality you need to make working from home a pleasure. Experiment with desk position to see what feels right. The desk positioning in this home office means that although natural light pours into the room, there’s little reflection on the computer screen. Another bonus is that the owner is facing the door – so no-one can sneak up from behind! A home office doesn’t need to be cold and clinical – it’s the perfect opportunity to unleash your creativity. Added bonus: getting dressed up for work is optional. More: Keep These Dimensions in Mind When Planning a New Home Office

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Nadee Something added this to Dee's Office19 September 2021

Love the theme in this office, art, lamps.

小林亮 added this to 書斎15 December 2020

6畳の部屋の窓際横のコーナーに、ホワイトのデスクを部屋の中央に向けて斜めにレイアウトした例。 これは、3-2.デスクを部屋の中心に向かってレイアウトし片側だけに通路スペースを確保した例の応用バージョンと言った方が良いかな? 収納家具は壁と平行、デスクだけが斜めにレイアウトしてあります。

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