Many people dream of working remotely or running their business out of the comfort of their own home. In fact, space for a home office is a common want when prospective buyers are looking at potential new homes. At Gavish Real Estate, we have seen many homes in the Las Vegas valley with incredible home office spaces, sometimes you have to go out of your way to create one! The great thing about that though, is that you have total control over what your home office space will look like. If you’re ready to take the dive into working remotely, here’s everything you need to know about making an office that works for you.
When you meet with your Gavish real estate agent, they can help find the right size house in a part of town that you love that can accommodate your home office.
Regardless of whether you are working with a 3, 4, or 5 bedroom house, you will want to make your home office in a part of the house that is best for you. Determine where you are most productive. Is it tucked far away from high-traffic areas of your home or do you prefer to have a little noise in the background? This can influence your decision and your work-productivity so it’s important to choose wisely.
You may find that choosing a room with a beautiful view is a great way to remain relaxed and productive throughout your workweek.
Once you have found the apartment of your dreams with perfect workspace, now it’s time to start setting up your home office. One of the most important things to remember about making workspace is that you are going to spend a lot of time working there, so it needs to be as comfortable and as useful as possible.
Invest in a solid desk that looks incredible with match your decor, along with a comfortable chair! Your back will thank you.
One of the many incredible perks of working from your home office is giving yourself the opportunity to step away from utilitarian corporate settings like cubicles and filing cabinets. Take this opportunity to make a home office that inspires you to be creative. Use a coffee cup as a pencil holder and add greenery to your desk and outside of your window to help you feel more productive.
Finally, make sure that your home office has plenty of lighting. Good lighting, whether it is natural light or a beautiful desk lamp, will help curb strained eyes and headaches. Additionally, make sure that you position your computer to minimize glare.
If you love the idea of making a home office, but you lack the necessary space in your current house or apartment, contact the real estate experts at Gavish to help find you the perfect house today.