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As many homeowners embrace their inner entrepreneurs or take advantage of the increasingly common telecommuting options at their jobs, home office house plans are quickly becoming one of the more popular choices for designing a new home. Home offices allow owners to improve their work-and-life balance by creating a much-needed level of separation for their work activities conducted within the home.

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As many homeowners embrace their inner entrepreneurs or take advantage of the increasingly common telecommuting options at their jobs, home office house plans are quickly becoming one of the more popular choices for designing a new home. Home offices allow owners to improve their work-and-life balance by creating a much-needed level of separation for their work activities conducted within the home.

Instead of piling the kitchen table with laptops, important documents, and even materials used to create products and inventory, a home office keeps the work activities confined to a dedicated space that doesn’t encroach on the day-to-day use of living and dining rooms. It also helps protect valuable business documents and materials from accidental damage from well-meaning family members trying to make space to use the rest of the home.

Home office house plans are also top-rated among parents who work from home. It allows them to keep their work items well organized without worrying about their kids knocking over papers or breaking computers because everything is spread throughout the house. This kind of dedicated workspace allows homeowners to shut the door and separate themselves from work when the day is done.

It’s also more convenient than converting a garage or basement into an office, allowing owners easier access to the main house. Many home offices can also include space for play areas so that owners can work and keep an eye on their children at the same time.

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10 Design Ideas for Your Next Home Office


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2016 Brings a New Face to the Home Office   With all the new developments in information technology, the workplace as we know it has changed dramatically. In this digital age, a more mobile workforce – schooled in computers and smartphones – is moving away from the traditional office and setting up space at home to conduct business. And why not? An office based at home is convenient and practical, and can be a comfortable and relaxing space. As the home office becomes one of the biggest design trends in 2016, architect


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