Most houses for sale in Johannesburg come with a separate study to accommodate homeowners who like to keep their business separate from their home life. And while it’s common knowledge that a messy desk is the mark of a genius, it’s not something that all of your family members may appreciate, especially if you all share that space. Here are some things you can do to keep your home workspace more organised:
1. A corner desk with a hutch
A corner desk fits into the corner of a room and gives you a lot more working space on the surface, as well as a “hutch” in the corner, which provides you with upwards space. It’s space efficiency at its best.
2. Storage bins
From shoe boxes to specially designed, leather-wrapped storage boxes, everyone with papers to file and stationery to put away needs storage boxes of some kind. Visit your local home store or stationer to find storage boxes that will suit your style and space.
3. Cupboard space
A cupboard or armoire will be very useful in your office. You can add some style to the room while simultaneously putting away office equipment that would otherwise make your space look untidy. Filing cabinets provide the same function, especially if you need to store a lot of paper-based information.
4. A multi-point docking station
We use so many gadgets and devices these days that it’s difficult to unplug. Recharge and docking cables can make an office space look cluttered and messy. There are modern docking stations available that hide the cabling while still providing décor in your office and keeping your phone plugged in.
5. Wall-mounted shelving
If you don’t have much floor space in your small home office, install wall-mounted shelving to give you extra space without taking up any floor area.
Visual courtesy of: home-decorating-room-by-room.com
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