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Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, people have become more used to working from home. Many people who started operating from their kitchen counter out of necessity are now finding ways to convert some of their space into a comfortable home office for long-term use. Here are 27 gorgeous home office desks for 2021.
There are many different options when it comes to setting up your own home office, and it all depends on what look you are going for. You could opt for a Standard Table or go for something much more decorative if it suits the style of the room.
You will need to consider your storage options, too. For example, you are likely to need some Drawers or a Filing Cabinet. At the very least, you are likely to need a Desk Organizer so you can keep your equipment neat and tidy.
Many people have opted to use some of the space in their spare or guest bedroom as an office, but this can be difficult if you have visitors to stay over regularly. However, with some careful thought, your new home office can be tidied up and put away when you have guests to stay, with something like this Folding Desk with Shelves. You could even incorporate your office into the new bedroom if you prefer, with something like this Loft Bed.
This is great if you have kids to stay over often, and it means that you can use the storage and bookshelf space for your work in addition to using the desk. Opt for a chair that fits underneath the desk easily but is still comfortable to sit on, and it will look like you have never used the room.
Using your living room as a home office can be tricky because there is a lot of foot traffic in this area. It is likely that you will be disturbed when the kids come home from school, your partner gets home from work, or the dog barks at the postman. However, the good thing about using the living room is that you already have plenty of comfy places to sit. You therefore need to be able to use an end table that you can move around the room easily, such as this Black Wooden and Metal End Table.
If you have a dining room, this is a wonderful place to set up your home office as it will only be used for mealtimes. If you have a large kitchen, there is a good chance you will not use your dining room for every meal as you will want to eat less formally sometimes.
A dining room table can double up as a working desk, especially if you can use a laptop rather than a desktop computer to do your job. This could be a great excuse to buy that new dining room table you have been thinking about, such as this Dark Wood Dining Table.
The type of table you decide on might depend on the existing décor of your room. You could get a hybrid work/dining table such as this Extendable Dining Table, a Modern Table, or something more traditional like this Contemporary Dining Table.
Make sure you find some chairs to go with the table that offer you fantastic lumbar support. After all, you are going to spend a lot of time sitting on one from now on.
One option you may not have thought of is moving your home office outside. This could make a lot of sense depending on the weather in your area. If you live in a mild, temperate climate and can make some minor adjustments to your patio, such as the addition of a gazebo or an outside heater, moving outdoors could give you a lot of space for your home office.
It is likely that your patio doesn’t get used a lot from 9 to 5 on weekdays, and there are a lot of great patio furniture designs that you can choose from, such as Bistro Style, Bench Style, or Rattan.
If you have considered all these options and you are still stuck in the kitchen, make the most of it. At least you are near the fridge and the coffee maker. You could always make the most of a kitchen storage unit to use as a desk, or at least get a comfy chair so you can enjoy sitting at the kitchen counter more, such as these Modern Bar Stools.