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4 Tips for Designing a New Home Office

by Mac Chinsomboon 11/16/2021

Do you work remotely? Do you spend a lot of time in your home office? Whether you’re designing a home office from scratch or making some updates, you may need a little guidance when starting. Keep reading to learn 4 simple tips for creating a home office you’ll love.

Choose the Right Location

Do you want a home office right by a window? Do you prefer a darker space with minimal light? Think about where and when you prefer to work. Also, consider how much space you need to perform your job. Choose a space with enough room for you to get up and walk around throughout your day. You’ll also want to ensure that you have enough outlets and as few distractions as possible.

Opt for More Natural Light

If you can’t seem to stay awake while working from home, you may need some more natural light. Sunshine is the perfect way to stay energized and feel more active. It can also work wonders for your mood and well-being. To achieve this, try placing your desk close to a window or in a bright area. As the sun can help you maintain optimal levels of vitamin D, it can help you push through the day with more productivity. Aside from these incredible health benefits, natural sunlight also means you’ll be using less artificial lighting. 

Keep Things Calm and Quiet

Productivity and quiet spaces usually go hand-in-hand. So if you’re looking to stay efficient in your home office, try designing one in a calm area. While there are many products and techniques that can boost your productivity, choosing a quiet area is half the battle. To increase your concentration you could invest in some noise-canceling headphones. From traffic noise to the sound of the dishwasher, these essentially block out all noise to help you stay focused.

Utilize Smart Storage

Unfortunately, the typical home office doesn’t have a lot of space to work with. Therefore, you may have to get a little crafty when it comes to storage. First, consider everything you need in a home office, then think about what storage solutions can help keep everything together. Luckily, there are tons of products and storage techniques that can help with this. Having total control over your storage not only makes your home office cleaner, but keeping things organized can also limit stress.

About the Author

Mac Chinsomboon

Degrees: BS Engineering, MBA Finance, Juris Doctor.

I'm your typical MIT-trained intellectual - but I also happen to be a top producing real estate broker that has a proven track record of results for my many clients that continue to refer their friends and family. I started in the business as a real estate investor myself. Having the mindset of an investor helps me understand the viewpoint of my clients as home owners, investors, and developers. My engineering background is what I use to determine what works and how to build what works - it's an ethos I live by. Along with my finance and legal backgrounds, they help me balance efficiency, reliable outcomes, return on investment, value, performance, and all with a calculated margin of safety to fully protect those around me.

I've closed hundreds of purchase and sale transactions over the past several years - everything from the lows, to the peaks of the market, and the rebound that we're currently in. This means that I've experienced just about every issue that one could ever expect in a transaction - and how to head it off before it becomes a real or bigger issue. Of course, as with Life, issues will "evolve", and my goals are to try to discover them as best and early as possible, to protect both my buyers and sellers - don't get me wrong, there will still be bumps along the road, but my goal is mitigate and minimize them for you.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT Sloan), MBA - Finance

University of Colorado - BS Electrical Engineering

Purdue Global - Concord Law School, Juris Doctor

Massachusetts Real Estate Brokers License

National Association of Realtors

Massachusetts Association of Realtors

Boston Association of Realtors