Have You Been Thinking of Having Home Office in Your Bedroom?

Since the global pandemic was declared by COVID-19 and we had to stay at home, teleworking reached many homes where it had not been done before. For those who could not dedicate a room exclusively to their work, turning it into the office, they had to manage to make room in the living room, the bedroom or the hallway, if that was the quietest area.

To carry out telework promptly it does not take much, with a table and a chair for the laptop and sit down, it would be enough, in the dining room for example, but on time, it is not the same as always working from home or doing it with the rest of the family, as is happening now.

The best option would be to dedicate a room almost exclusively to being an office, it can be combined with other uses, such as a guest room, closet, etc. but it should be a quiet and bright place where there is space to have our things fixed and comfortable.

As this is not always possible, the quietest place to work may be the bedroom or the living room, although it all depends on our lifestyle and the number of inhabitants at home.

Today we bring you that option, a working corner in the bedroom, with a table and chair recovered in vintage style, in solid wood, very simple. It is located under the window, an ideal position to take advantage of all possible natural light. It is an austere corner, but not for that less pleasant, on the contrary, it seems to us a simple option to work and with personality, worse would be to opt for a table and chair bought in the hypermarket without any soul.

How do you handle the topic work? Can you do it at home? Is it difficult for the family there at the same time? We are very used to teleworking so there is not much difference these days:









Tags: bedroom, bedroom decor, decorations, home decor, home office, home office decor, interior design, product design

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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