Whether you use it once a month to pay bills or every day to conference with people across the globe, your home office needs to be functional, beautiful and efficient. Draw inspiration from these photos and ideas from our design experts.
Look for study room designs that can fit your electronic, furniture and storage needs. For any basic study room set up, there are two essential study room furniture items: a computer desk and an office chair. If you will be a frequent home worker then you will also want to take into account additional storage for more electronics in the home office design. When picking out your work desk, be sure to consider style as well as overall functionality. An oversized, sturdy desk, double-sided in dark timbers will look professional and go well with most styles. Invest in a good quality task chair – there are some great ergonomic office chairs at every price level that will help to compensate for our modern, computer-bound lifestyles. Also, storage and organisation are key to have a neat clutter free study room, especially with the bills, mail and statements you receive and keep throughout the year. The best study room ideas to store your papers involve filing cabinets of some sort. Add built-in shelves and drawers to arrange and keep track of staples like pens, pencils, highlighters, tape and calculators.