If you have plans to work from home, it’s only fitting to setup a home office that provides a more productive, conducive and organized working environment. Plus, it gives a reason to flex your “interior design” muscles. You may be inspired with modern and contemporary-looking offices around the world, but for a home office, all that tweaking is done to suit your needs.
Here’s a handy infographic by Heiton Buckley that carries tips you might need for the exercise. Max out the limited space you have with wall storage, use dividers to create a physical boundary or spruce up the wall decor to inspire more creativity. Consider this practice for when you eventually design your first startup office.