Office Furniture Arrangement Examples

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Layout for Small Rooms Strip/Basic Home Office Layout. C. Roseberry

Create a Functional and Organized Workspace

Tired of working in your home office because it's not working for you? View these examples which utilize a variety of home office furniture arrangements and room shapes.

You aren't working in a cubicle anymore so let your personality and personal preferences to the way you work best guide you in creating your ultimate home office. The best perk of a home office is when the layout isn't working or you just want a change - it's easy to re-arrange your home office without worrying about getting permission from your boss or co-workers.

This is the most simple and basic layout. When space is at a premium, the strip/basic layout is probably the best to start with.

It is the most economical and provides you with the workspace you need to begin working.

It is quite easy to add-on or build upon this layout to create others that you have seen or wish to design later. A strip/basic layout can be used in a variety of spaces especially when sharing living space is required.

Using a Corner Layout for a Home Office

Use Corner Space Wisely Sample Corner Home Office Layout. C. Roseberry

A corner layout works well with square rooms or when you are using part of another room.

One of the important points to keep in mind with a corner layout is the position of any windows. If you happen to be facing a street, you may not wish for anyone and everyone to be able to see you.

Another consideration will be the placement of outlets and phone jacks. While this won't pose serious problems, you don't want to be using a lot of electrical extension cords. Try to arrange your workstation closest to the outlets so that your surge protectors can be plugged directly into them.

Sample Corridor Home Office Layout

Use long, narrow spaces for your home office Sample Corridor Home Office Layout. C. Roseberry

This long and narrow layout works well for use in long hallways or closets that aren't being used.

The key to successfully using this layout is to remember that there must be a lot of storage space. Since this area could see heavy traffic when you aren't working, it is important to keep things neat and tidy.

Bi-fold doors can be used to enclose the office area when not in use or heavy drapes are another alternative.

L-Shape Home Office Design

Use an L-Shape to Use Your Space Best Sample L Shape Home Office Design. C. Roseberry

An L-shaped home office layout lets you take advantage of available space and is well suited for situations where home office workers are sharing a room.

It provides a large workspace, often you can make it large enough for more than one person to use if need be. You can also adjust the workspace to include storage space and room for all home office equipment.

Make sure you keep track of where electrical outlets and phone jacks are so that they aren't blocked or inaccessible by the desk.

Use an L Shaped Corridor for a Home Office

Take Advantage of All Your Space L Shaped Corridor Home Office Sample Layout. C. Roseberry

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