If so, you will need to get a proper home office organised, if you haven’t got one sorted already.
It’ll need to be a space that’s free of distractions and nice and light, where you can install a workstation or settle down in front of your laptop and get on with your job in peace.
A sunroom could always be converted into an office, and can provide a great home working environment.
To switch a sunroom into an office, begin by taking out whatever is currently in the room that you don’t need in there, and only retain what’s helpful. The less unnecessary ‘stuff’ that you have within the sunroom (office space), the more productive you are likely to be.
Once your decluttering duties are done, it’s then all about creating the right work setup, and getting some office furniture in there.
You want to sit where you will enjoy a pleasant view – perhaps, looking out at the garden, so long as it doesn’t deflect your attention from what you should be doing.
It’s also important that the sunroom is bright enough during the day as a dark space won’t encourage you to work as hard as you would in a room filled with light. Because it’s called a ‘sunroom’, that shouldn’t be a problem, as it’s an extension renowned for bringing in loads of light from all angles.
Many sunrooms incorporate some form of outward opening door, and you can use this to get some fresh air into it over the summer, and take a break in the garden.
If you don’t yet have a sunroom, but like the idea of one being your own personal home office, request a FREE quote for a sunroom here.
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