Due to coronavirus pandemic companies are suggesting their employees work from home or work remotely. Even big tech giants like Google is recommending employees to work from home. Though several mom bloggers are already working from home or remotely but if you are still not aware of it, then I am going to share some tips with you to set up home offices.
First of all, you need to see what kind of furniture positing, and workplace design is comfortable for you. Yes, the interior design of your home office will motivate you and will also assist you to increase productivity. However, Feng Shui's desk positioning can help you in this regard.
Similarly, another important thing is the paint colour or an overall colour scheme of your home office. No doubt, colour scheme also assists in enhancing creativity at the workplace, and I would suggest you make a combination of dark and light colours. Likewise, you can pick a green colour with a bright colour combination. Green is considered a colour of positivity, but if you want to go with other colour schemes, then you can use plants and green sceneries in your office to get the impact of green colour.
You also need to ensure that your home office is a private place where you work without interruptions. If you have kids, then you can use cameras and gadgets to keep an eye over the activities of your kids who play in other rooms of the house. Preferably, choose good working hours like when they go to school etc. I know schools are closed nowadays so you can also consider night shifts because you don't need to wake up early in the morning to send kids to schools.
On the contrary, if you don't have enough space at home and want to stay in your bedroom to work remotely, then you can also make a small working space in your room. Decluttering is the first thing you need to perform. You can also see more ideas to establish productive bedroom offices from here. Yes, don't forget to install extra storage place in your bedroom.
Moreover, you should go with house areas where proper natural light and the air is available. Yes, it would help you to save electricity and improve your efficiency.
I shared some reliable and DIY ideas with you to set up home offices in this current scenario. However, if you have more ideas, then you are open to sharing them by commenting below!