2019 is going to be a year where I take both my work and home life to the next level. Things are changing here and I really need to start and write lists, prep some future collaborations and of course plan a good work/home balance.
My bedroom is also where I work so I am wanting to create a dividing wall to section off the office, meaning I can shut off from work instead of sitting until all hours using excuses not to switch off. Having a dedicated part of the bedroom will also mean that I can store all of the paperwork and review items out of the way until needed, I find having everything in front of me a huge stress and right now that is the last thing I need. I want to get back to enjoying what I do, I started blogging as an online diary and it has certainly progressed but sometimes it feels a chore and that’s not what I want.
For storage I love open shelving and this Como bookcase from Bo Concept has everything I could need. Look at all those spaces! More than enough space to hold files, boxes and review items as well as paperwork and books. There are even small sections that would hold my Wonder Woman figures and be ideal for collectibles etc.
Desk wise something sleek and simple would work well to keep everything streamlined and mess free. As there won’t be lots of space the idea of having things hidden away in the drawers or compartments makes sense, the Cupertino desk has integrated storage and also hidden cable points which means no loose wires or laptop cables to trip over (yes that has happened more than once!)
Finally it is about time I got myself a decent office chair, years of sitting on my bed or curled on the chair with the laptop are playing havoc with my back so the Ferrara chair in soft grey looks perfect. The light colour will keep the room looking bright and professional while the tilt and swivel function will make my work life a little easier!
I really can’t wait to make a start on my new look office and I am sure these items, all from Bo Concept, would make a real difference in my working day, check out their furniture stores in Glasgow.
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