Home Office Arrangement Incorporating Style, Convenience and Health

Working from home offers a wide number of benefits both financially and personally. To ensure that home workers benefit the most from their home office it must also be designed with both health and convenience in mind.

There are a number of different style related issues to consider when buying and arranging the furniture in a home office. It makes sense for the furniture to work within the allotted space, to encompass all of the room’s storage needs and to be aesthetically pleasing to the person working in there.

Home office design is not simply about looking good and having room to store files, folders and equipment; other important factors include time saving and the health of the person occupying the office.

Curve home office collection

Save Time and Reduce Stress

Stress in the workplace is a common ailment these days and when working alone individuals are not immune to the same concerns, although granted some triggers are removed when you work from home. As an individual working for yourself or for another company from your own base you are responsible for your own time, your own productivity, often your own invoices, marketing and more.

Time or lack of time is often the biggest issue workers face and so using modular home office furniture or similar to ensure that your office space is organised in a way where everything used regularly is close at hand and efficient work is promoted will make the day less stressful and more profitable.

Physical Health Issues

In the workplace there are policies and procedures in place which contain details of health and safety recommendations, rules and regulations which workers have to be informed of and follow as part of their contract. Few home workers, working out of their own office have these policies in place and it would be very uncommon for a risk assessment to have been undertaken on the home office environment.

it is important however that when arranging your home office that you take into consideration recommendations from the Health and Safety Executive and that you exercise common sense, care and attention in order to ensure that your working practices remain healthy.

Your office chair for example is important. If you spend a reasonable amount of time at the desk then it is important that the office chair is sturdy, adjusted to the correct height and supports your body properly in order to avoid aches, pains and long term damage.

An ergonomically designed office space will take into consideration the way that you work, the distance between yourself and your PC monitor, as well as the angle it is set at and a number of variables which when investigated and followed properly ensure that the office space is set up to help promote good working health as opposed to damaging it.

The Ultimate Office

If what is desired is the optimum package; the best possible office layout to promote productivity, motivation and ensure that the physical and mental health of the worker is protected then modular furniture is the way forward. Regardless of the size of a room this type of furniture ensures that everything that is required is included and it may be moved around with ease so that a safe and healthy work environment may be maintained.

Thankfully arranging the ultimate office does not mean that home workers have to compromise on style.

Creating The Right Home Office

If you are looking to create an office space in your home, there are a few factors that you may need to consider. If you work from home, a home office needs to look great but it has to also remain functional. One of the main considerations is of course how much space do you have to work with? A complete home office furniture set can require a substantial amount space for you to be able to fit it in your home without it becoming cramped. However, what if you could custom design your home office furniture setup to meet your own requirements? This can be done with modular home office furniture.

The Room4 Interiors modular home office furniture range lets you pick and choose all the furniture components that you require. You firstly choose the furniture finish you want such as oak, walnut, teak and beech. You then select all the individual furniture components you need for your home office. Starting with a basic desk (or desks), you then choose what other units you want to have in your home office. You can even choose the handles that you wish to adorn your new setup. This means that you get to choose exactly what furniture you have in your home office to perfectly match your available space.

Modular Home Office

We have many other home office furniture options for you to choose from across the Room4 Interiors range, with new additions regularly being added. If you have any question on any of the furniture we have to offer, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Your Workspace and You

Did you know that how you keep your office workspace can greatly affect the way you perform? Here are some really interesting facts that may inspire you to get your desk tidy and in order!

Your Workspace and You

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Spring Competition

Spring is in the air and we’re all getting in the mood to spruce up the home. What better way to start our annual spring cleaning operation than with a chance to win £500 worth of furniture of your choice from the Room4interiors range?

The competition is open to mainland UK residents only and the closing date is midday April 22nd 2013. Full details of how to enter can be found via our Facebook page or offers page…..Good luck everyone!!!