- The best place to start is by thinking about the ways you’ll use your home office. How many people will use the space? Do you want multiple workspaces in the room? Will most of your work be on the computer or on the desktop?
- In many homes, office space has to be flexible enough to accommodate mixed usage. Mixed-use spaces need to be designed for both traditional computer-based work and more space-intensive tasks like bill paying, craft projects or hobbies. We can even integrate a wall bed system that allows your home office to double as a guest room when family and friends come to town.
- Designing a home office is one of the most complicated and technical projects our Design Consultants work on. From analyzing ergonomics to accommodating individual technology needs, to creating space for books and display items, to simple questions like whether the user is right or left-handed, our Design Consultants bring years of expertise to every office they create.
We like the service even considers the customer's dominant hand when designing spaces, providing an important bit of feedback for ergonomics, an issue most of us forget while setting up a home office. Services like California Closets can be a bit pricey, but total costs depend upon size of space, finish and amount of work needed. If you're working from home, one could argue utilizing a service like this could be considered an investment rather than a cost, since a well organized and ergonomic space is an efficient one.