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Nowadays a lot of people work from home. Thanks to the internet that’s more than possible. Some of these people work from home all day long while others only several hours in the evening. All of them need a comfortable working space to get things done as effectively as possible. Although not many homes can have a separate room to make it a home office.

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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.

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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.

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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.