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3 Different Workstation Ideas For Your Home Office

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While all home offices can be a bit different, they all need one thing: a workstation! 

This is where you’ll sit – or stand – each and every day to complete your work. Having the right workstation for your home office is essential to make it feel right. If you don’t have something that suits your needs, you’ll struggle to be productive at home. 

Keeping that in mind, let’s look at three very popular and excellent workstation ideas for your home office:

A standing desk

First of all, you could opt for a standing desk in your office. This type of workstation is super popular as it lets you avoid sitting down for hours on end. Some people will have desks that are locked at a specific height, meaning you have to stand to use them at all times. However, this can also be pretty bad for your lower back, so the happy medium is a desk that can move up or down. 

Here, you can set it to a lower position to sit down and work for a couple of hours, then raise it up to get your body stretched out while still being productive. It works perfectly if you spend all day at your desk and struggle with back and shoulder problems. 

A storage desk

Do you have lots of documents or files that you always need to keep handy? Perhaps you work as a designer and you’ve got loads of your sketches that need to be kept safe? Regardless, if you require lots of storage space in your home office, a desk that comes with its own storage will be ideal for you. 

There are loads of examples of storage desks that can be perfect in your home office. A common choice is to get something like a study desk where you have a large desk, but the bottom section of one side is taken up by storage. So, you have enough room for your legs, a large work area, but storage drawers/cabinets built below the desk by your legs. It’s a great option to stay organiZed. 

A compact computer desk

This final option works really well if you have very little room in your office for a desk. The idea is that you get a desk that’s wide enough to hold your computer screen and keyboard – that’s all that matters. These desks usually have a sliding keyboard area underneath that lets you put the keyboard below the desk and slide it out when you use it. 

Consequently, it frees up space on top of the desk, giving you more room to keep other things. It’s not the most glamorous idea, nor is there any storage, but it is ideal if you have a tiny bit of room for a desk. 

Converting a spare bedroom to a home office is a great way to remodel your home and make use of all its space. Of course, you need to select the perfect workstation depending on the room size and your needs. These three ideas should help you figure out what works best for you. 

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