fbpx
tag Sign Up for our Newsletter
Site Logo
Don’t miss out on the art world’s most entertaining newsletter - every Friday. And career news every Tuesday.
Become a members
How to make the perfect office at home
With the rise of remote work, it's crucial to whip up a productive work haven right in the comfort o...
Art Stuff 25 Jul 2023

Hey there, work-from-home warriors! With the rise of remote work, it’s crucial to whip up a productive work haven right in the comfort of your own abode. Say goodbye to office commutes and hello to pj productivity! Creating a designated workspace might sound tedious, but trust me, it’s a game-changer.

Creating the perfect home office involves careful planning, organization, and personalization to suit your needs and work style. Here are some steps to help you set up an ideal home office.

Choose the right location
Select a quiet, well-lit area with minimal distractions. If possible, pick a room with a door to separate your workspace from the rest of the home.

Ergonomic furniture
Invest in a comfortable chair and a suitable desk that allows you to maintain proper posture and reduces strain on your body during long working hours.

Proper lighting

Ensure there’s ample natural light during the day, but also have task lighting like a desk lamp for evenings or cloudy days.

Organize your workspace

Keep your desk clutter-free by using organizers, drawers, and shelves to store essential items neatly. A tidy workspace can boost productivity and reduce stress.

Personalize the space
Add elements that inspire you, such as motivational quotes, artwork, or plants. Personal touches can make the office feel more comfortable and enjoyable.

Noise reduction
If your home office is in a noisy environment, consider using noise-canceling headphones or a white noise machine to create a quieter atmosphere.

Time management tools
Have a clock or timer visible to help you manage your work hours effectively. Time management techniques, like the Pomodoro technique, can be helpful.

Consider ergonomics
Position your monitor at eye level, keep your keyboard and mouse at a comfortable height, and ensure your wrists are well-supported.

Greenery
Incorporate indoor plants into your workspace to improve air quality and create a more pleasant and calming environment.

Break area
Designate a space for short breaks, with a comfortable chair or bean bag, where you can relax and recharge.

You May Also Like

The Power of Social Media How To Leverage Platforms for Artistic Success
The Power of Social Media How To Leverage Platforms for Artistic Success
Weekly Wrap Up
Weekly Wrap Up
How Art Girls Recover From A Bad Day At Work
How Art Girls Recover From A Bad Day At Work
Weekly Wrap-Up
Weekly Wrap-Up
Why We Need To Stop Glamourizing The Grind
Why We Need To Stop Glamourizing The Grind
How to Handle Micromanagement at Work – Without Going Insane!
How to Handle Micromanagement at Work – Without Going Insane!

LATEST JOBS

Social Media Manager 
Vogue Italia - Milano, IT
Junior Presentation Designer
Howard Hughes - Remote
Head of mediation
Weserburg - Bremen, Germany
Blikopeners Coordinator
Stedelijk Museum - Amsterdam
ALL 53 JOBS