Decorating design 2009 home interior

With the arrival of modern technology, particularly the internet, more and more people are finding themselves capable of working in the comfort of their own homes. What could be more enticing than working your own hours, being there for the kids when they need you, escaping the grueling commute to and from the office (which eats up more of your precious time) and shunning office politics forever? Working in the home has never been more ideal than this. If you are one of the more blessed people who are working and earning a nice sum from home right now, you may agree with me that designing a home office for efficiency takes more than a casual consideration. And since you are going to spend a lot of time in your home office, wouldn’t it be nice if it will be designed as comfortably and as pleasing as possible?

In designating the appropriate space for your home office, stir those creative juices in you! Don’t settle for the kitchen table. Oh well, for starters, it may do but if you are serious in working from home, you need to have a permanent space where you can concentrate on doing business. Having a designated office space means no more excuses of being tempted to watch your favorite TV show, taking more than the usual breaks to snuggle back to bed or finding household chores to do in the middle of your business hours. Take a quick look at all the available spaces and settle for one which is free from the normal distractions of home life. It is also important to choose one that is comfortable enough for you. Try the guestroom, the landing between floors, the space between hallways or even a walk-in closet. These can all be converted to a suitable working space. Normally, a 3 x 1 meter space can be sufficient to accommodate the basic office equipment - a desk, a computer chair and a provision for filing essentials.

In setting up your home office, priority considerations should be given to the provision of enough storage, appropriate lighting and the overall interior design of the space. Creative Storage Options We all know that unnecessary clutter decreases the efficiency of any area. It also renders the best interior designs ineffective. To avoid this, it is vital to have adequate storage. Office equipment, files and supplies should have their own designated storage spaces. You can take a step farther and create storage solutions that will double as focal design points as well. For example, you might choose an armoire for storing your files and housing media equipment at the same time. Or you might opt to use a roll top desk instead of an ordinary computer table to add a more personal touch.