As promised, here are the home-office designs I found online that I would like to have.
I’ve been working as a home-based writer, SEO, webmaster, and project manager for more than six years now. I love my job so much but there’s something missing – I don’t have an organized home-office setup. I have the gadgets and desk. But I’m lacking a cable organizer, wire labellers, proper lighting, and an office chair (mine broke last year).
Here are some of the things I already have that I would like to incorporate to my home-office, and yes I want to include my sportsbike to the design.
Stay tuned for the home office designs I’ve researched over the web that I would like to have in my pad. I’ll be posting it within this week (part 2).
Unless you have a lot of money to burn, there is a good chance that you can only afford to live in a small space. This then makes decorating quite a challenge. Your ultimate goal is how to ensure that you can have enough room to breathe without making your space look drab.
Here are great ideas on how you can expand rooms and make them look stately and airy:
1. Hang curtain rods near the ceiling.
Small homes usually have low ceilings. Nevertheless, you can always create an illusion of higher ones by simply moving the curtain rods a lot closer to them. It gives you the feeling that you have very tall windows.