While some of us had our home office set-up, the majority of us were caught off guard by the rapid urge to acclimate once COVID hit. Below are furniture options, tips and ideas to make your home office a space that is conducive to a healthy work experience. Even if that space is now your dining room converted into your working headquarters!
Comfort while working from home is a must! Find a chair that you feel relaxed in throughout the day. We’ve selected these rolling chair options as they serve both in functionality and comfortability.
Dual functionality is key when it comes to your home office. While desks tend to be bulky and obtrusive these options provide various heights, sizes and folding capabilities. Making for easy organization and clean up once the work day is done. Remember, you never want to work around furniture…it should always be working around you!
Maintaining a stream of thought while working in confined spaces can be a challenge. This is where we encourage you to use wall space and get creative with the limited space you have. Hanging bulletin boards, white boards or even scratch paper on your walls can help to keep creative juices flowing.
Organization can make the world of difference during this time. Ensuring all electronics, materials, papers, and tools are properly stored always will help to invoke a sense of calm. Here are a few organizational tools to help with storing the items used on a daily basis.
BRWN Collective Studio is an Austin, Texas and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico based design firm created by five women-of-color who saw that a different story needed to be told in their industry – one that celebrates communities and the cultural heritages that enrich them. BRWN is a collaborative design effort to build lasting client relationships that foster meaningful community engagement.
Through our transparent approach to design, we create spaces that reflect diverse communities for the world at-large to experience.
BRWN Collective Studio is Brittney Williams – Jasmin Romero – Fritzi Chavez – Viridiana Avila – Alejandra Ybarra.