5 Ways to Create a Work from Home Space in your New Construction Home

Home offices have become more common in both home remodels and new construction homes because of how many members of the workforce are now working remotely.

A work from home space must help you maintain productivity, be quiet and comfortable. No matter the size of the space you’re working with, if you have those three features it will be a suitable home office.

Creating a work from home space in your new construction home will be easy enough when working with a blank slate. Seek a room that gets an adequate amount of natural sunlight to make it a bright and productive environment. Another contributing factor to a proper home office is to eliminate any clutter or distractions, so it should be located away from the main living area of the home.

The most important aspect of a home office is carving out an area of the home that allows you to separate work and play time. Being in the middle of the action can disrupt your conference calls and your ability to focus on the task at hand.

If your new home doesn’t have an extra room available for a home office, we can create a multi-purpose space within your home that doubles as a guest room and office, or home office in your refinished basement. No matter where it is, our designers can set you up for work from home success.


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