In the past one year and half, we couldn’t talk enough of everything about home office since this is where we can find ourselves for the most of time—countless of zoom meetings, project brainstorming, family cocktail get-together and of course self-introspecting and meditation… So, we have developed a great passion talking about the good design of a home office. Here are some our favorites on our home office essential top list.
—a lot of natural light
—lush garden window views
—Indoor greenery and fresh flowers
—a large chic writing desk and chair
—some extra comfy and plush conversation chairs or loveseat
So, What are on your mind for your home office essentials? Today we are going to share 17 glam home office design ideas we love.
A calming color palette with pops gold always have a sophisticated and timeless feel, not even mention the masterful mixing-and matching of the old and new.
Happy Monday! It is always great to start a whole fresh week from your well-organized, chic and stylish home office, isn’t it? For today’s mood board we created, we love to talk about 8 ideas to elevate your home office and keep yourself motivated all-week long.
We have designed several home offices recently. Although different people have different demands, there is one common thing everyone desires–ergonomic design for office chairs and desks that are able to support our body when we work. Switching to an Aeron office chair can be the best thing you can ever do for your back as it encourages your body to adapt the correct posture during extended periods of sitting. Pressure on the lower spinal area is lessened and your thighs benefit from better blood circulation. Here are some photos of installation from our job
The sit-and-stand desk is probably the most requested item by our clients.Studies have show that it is really bad for us if we sit too long even though we work out every day. So the sit-and-stand desk really gives us an option to keep our body move even when we still work in front of the desk.
“Using a standing desk encourages people to spend less time sitting and more time standing, according to a meta-analysis of 53 studies published in the journal Applied Ergonomics in February 2019. What’s more, a 2016 study found that call center employees with sit-stand desks were almost 50% more productive than their colleagues who sat in the office. “