Source: entrepreneur

Whether it is corporates adopting a flexible work system or a new crop of millennial entrepreneurs, working from home does not raise eyebrows anymore.  The concept led to the rise of home offices – a small cosy nook in the corner of the room, or a full study with ornate wood, workspace is slowly becoming an integral part of home design.

Source: apartment therapy

As part of the process of setting up and organizing our new home office, we’ve learned a lot about how to light the room. Proper lighting makes a huge difference in productivity, energy and mood. Here’s a primer with the tips and tricks we’ve learned along the way, along with some images of the lighting in action and tips for cubicle dwellers.

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One of the great advantages of working from home is that you can choose your own home office setup; select exactly the décor, view and organisation of your workspace. You rarely have control over things like layout in a company office, but at home you can arrange your home office so that you maximise your productivity.

Source: house beautiful

If your home office is cluttered and demotivating, it can affect your performance and leave you feeling drained and negative. Maintaining a calm and serene office is key and can be achieved by following the principles of Feng Shui, the Chinese philosophical system based on spatial harmony.