What Houzz contributors are saying:
Inspiring workplace = quality work done. At least most Houzzers believe so, which is why this space with edgy green open shelves was a clear winner in the popularity contest. Architect: SAK Designs
Have a clutter free space Reduce the number of surfaces that can collect dust, and do not fill your home with too much furniture, ornamental objects or accessories that block corners. Get rid of old magazines and newspapers regularly because they can block a lot of space and attract dust with time. Avoid soft toys for the kids’ rooms as they are like dust magnets and certainly not good for the little ones’ health.
Set the furnitureSpace, functionality, and comfort come first when it comes to furniture. A desk is the focal point of an office. So, first pick a table that fits in the space and has enough place for the necessary items such as your computer and stationery. In addition to fitting in the available space, your desk has to be of perfect height for you. An easy way to check; when you sit on the chair your hand must rest comfortably on the desk with elbow at 90º.