In line with the current conditions that the whole world is experiencing, it comes as no surprise that this is an issue that most of us have experienced and some might still be experiencing. If you’re not aware, I’m talking about the work from home situation that we are forced to endure due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. In any case, working from home has turned into a new norm for us. For those of us who are comfortable at home might not suffer from these circumstances, however, not every one of us is a homebody. Hence, it has taken us some time to settle in comfortably, even if we’re in the comfort of our home. 

Working in an office just beats working from home, no matter how comfortable that couch looks like. Of course, seeing how conditions are, it is inevitable that we have to work from home. But this doesn’t mean we can bring our office home. Still confused? Let’s build our own perfect home office. 



To begin with, you need to get the lighting in your right. Without the proper lighting, you could really face difficulties in concentrating. Additionally, this room would be the place where you might spend almost half your day, so make sure your lighting is good for your eyesight. If you could get natural lighting in your room, that would be the cherry on the cake. Some sun has never hurt anyone and will do you some good to help kill the germs and bacteria, making you more comfortable.


This depends on one’s preferences, but personally, I prefer it if my work area is quiet. This is particularly for those who work office jobs that require your full concentration. Just being in a quiet place already helps in your thinking process. Additionally, with the room being quiet, you won’t have many distractions, making your productivity that much better.


Now, this may come as a surprise but the colour of your surroundings can also affect your concentration. If you’re one that has trouble focusing, it would be advisable for you to keep your surroundings monotonous. For instance, have white walls with black or grey furniture. On the other hand, if you’re one who works in creative industries such as publishing houses or something to do with art, you could possibly keep your room colourful. The range of colours could serve as a trigger to your creative and innovative side. 

Now, I have many more tips to share with you in regards to how to improve that home office of yours, but I’ll stop here. So if you’re interested in building your own home office, try looking for property in Kapar that has the space you need to make your dreams come true. Stay tuned to my next article.

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