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How to Arrange Home Office Furniture

A home office can either be a sanctuary or a source of stress. In order to reduce clutter and maximize productivity, it’s important to arrange your home office furniture correctly. The next time you re-arrange your home office furniture, here are 3 tips to keep in mind.

1. Avoid glare.

When arranging your home office furniture, it’s important to remember that light from any nearby windows can cause a glare on your computer screen. You don’t want to go through the trouble of setting up your entire office only to find out you can’t see your computer!

It’s easy to avoid glare, either through window treatments or angling your desk so that your computer faces away from the window. Be sure to check on the lighting in your office at different times of day – you don’t want to end up with sun in your eyes, either.

2. Give yourself space.

Home offices don’t have to be large in order to be functional. The key is to give yourself more space than you think you’ll need. Make sure your desk is far enough away from walls and other furniture, so you’ll have room to move your chair around. Spacing out your furniture can make the space look larger than it really is.

3. Make organization easy.

It’s easy for clutter to accumulate in your home office. The solution is to provide yourself with ample storage space that’s easily accessible and doesn’t detract from the overall look and feel of the room.

Provide yourself with more filing cabinets or storage shelves than you think you’ll need, as you’ll be surprised how many important papers you might need to hold onto over the years. You want to make sure that your home office can grow with you.

Huck Finn Home is a great source of home office furniture to suit any size room or layout. View our online catalogue or stop in today to see even more of our in-store selection!