Who knew we’d be sat at the kitchen table for so long with a bad back and achy hand? It looks like many of us will continue working from home, so why not make it a space that is comfortable and makes you feel like you’re proactive in the office?
We’ve got a few pointers on how to create the ultimate homeworker set-up. One of the things many people are struggling with is shutting off once work hours are over, so creating a space dedicated to work only ensures you keep a healthy work and life balance.
With lumbar support, adjustable arms, and headrest. Plus soft or hard castors depending upon floor type.
740mm fixed height or height-adjustable desk with modesty panel and cable management.
With or without laptop support to be able to adjust the screens for an ergonomic set-up.
Depending upon the room set-up, on-desk phones, and laptop chargers may aid working.
Natural light boosts health and wellbeing. Also, consider task lighting to help reduce fatigue.
Plant & Artwork
Personalised artwork and plants make the space feel nicer and more inspiring to work.
If possible, a separate room can help differentiate working and personal time, getting a better work/life balance.
Set work hours help maintain a work/life balance and can help you stay focused and productive.
Dressing like you would for the office helps you stay focused and motivated, no pj’s here!