Your home office can be one of the most loved or despised areas of your home. Chances are, you have papers and lots of things that need homes in your home office. By taking one week-end, you can turn your home office into an area you will want to claim.
Add More Shelving
First of all, take a step back and look at the amount of square feet you have to work with. If you have a small space, invest in a stacked book case with shelving, as this will offer storage for a lot of misplaced items. Be sure to label each bin, shelf, and drawer. When you label a space, you are much more likely to utilize it the way you envisioned it to be.
A fresh coat of paint can make any room in your home, much more welcoming. Invest in a color of paint that you enjoy and start painting. Paint dries relatively fast and with a little bit of elbow power, the walls in your home office can be clean and inviting. If you need more work space, consider painting a chalkboard paint wall!
Who doesn’t enjoy a cozy office chair? If your office chair is squeaky, uncomfortable and one you no longer want to claim, now is the time to make this investment. Invest in an office chair you will want to spend hours in. A little comfort goes a long ways when it comes to your home office.
Laminate flooring can provide an instant update to your home office. As with any flooring project, educate yourself a little bit before you install laminate flooring, and your DIY project will be one you will be proud of. Round up these essential tools before you begin the laminate flooring installation process. Laminate flooring is a fantastic DIY flooring project. Even the novice laminate flooring installer can install this flooring in your home office in a relatively short period of time.
So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to tackle your home office and update it with the updates you have been wanting! Invest in a little bit of time, product, and energy. Come Monday morning, you will be ready to dig your heels in and get back to work.
Have you updated your home office? Tell us how you did it in the comments below!
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