Working from home has affected a lot of us in very different ways. On one hand, it’s nice to be in the comfort of your own space and on the other, most of us didn’t plan to be working from home so our spaces aren’t equipped properly.
Make-shift desks, using the kitchen counter, switching from couch to chair to dining table are just a few ways we’ve all been trying to cope, but as working from home slowly becomes the new norm, we need to evaluate and transform our spaces to include some type of comfortable home office configuration, wherever that may be.
Our clients have asked us to create ideal home offices for them and each one has truly turned out to be perfect for each respective client. Some of these offices have been created as part of other large spaces like the kitchen or bedroom and others have their own dedicated rooms. Either way, each home office utilizes good design to keep the client organized and a thoughtful attention to aesthetic to keep up a motivated workflow.
Photography: Adam Kane Macchia Photography