Working from home has become the new normal for many working professionals and can be a challenging transition for those used to commuting to a dedicated office space. The truth is, many homes are not equipped for working from home and often there is not a specific room to serve as a full time office, especially if there are two of you working from home, taking calls and conducting regular meetings. So, here are a few tips on how to introduce a multifunctional work space into your home without compromising on your living space. Multifunctional furniture If you do not have a study or space for a desk and need to incorporate your work space into an existing room, you could utilise an existing piece of furniture. A side table in your sitting room or dining room could easily become a desk during the day and it doesn’t need to be huge if you are only using a laptop. Storage One of the main downfalls of working from home is that paperwork, notepads and files can stack up fast....Read more >>
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I couldn’t have been happier with the service I received from Alex, Chris and all the team at Fine and Country. My house hunt was quite long, around 2 years and during th... Read full reviewReview Added: Nov 27th, 2020
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