Published at Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 - 20:52:03 PM. . By Meredith Rowley.
Only populate the room with what is needed such as office furniture, supplies, and practical equipment. Take measures to secure a high level of privacy. That might mean adding heavy curtains or even simply requesting your family to respect your need for solitude during your work hours. That doesn't mean, however, that a few plants, family photos, or other miscellaneous décor should be avoided altogether.
Side tables, conference tables, end tables, and all sorts of other surfaces need to be at good heights. If at all possible, find units that can be adjusted to suit different people. Keeping everyone happy can be quite a challenge when you are buying for an entire office, but this sort of effort will help.
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