Time To Give Your Office Space A New Look

Are you working on a home addition design project for an extra office space? That will be a great investment, especially if you are tied up with work that has tons of demanding documents to deal with or could be because you are venturing to a work-at-home or work-from-home kind of career. Whichever you are, you deserve to have a space dedicated for work and have nothing in it but everything related to work, if that’s what you prefer.

But have you ever remembered your father or mother taking home their office paper works? Or when there was no home-accessed internet or WiFi, neither computers nor laptops? Life seems so simple before then and less complicated, career-wise, isn’t it? It was when you truly enjoy weekends and can define it as “family time” or “rest day” like weekends was the best part of your week. But growing up to this competitive and career-driven century working on a weekend seems but normal.

Increase your Productivity by Creating a Home Office

Indeed, calling a place or space of your own is truly rewarding, especially if this area is dedicated for work. Of course, you need a place where you can gather all your thoughts and ideas. A place where there are less distractions and no one can just bug you. A space that is designed to define productivity within the comforts of your own home.

Here are some home-office ideas that you might find interesting or could be exactly what you need.

A Home-based Alcove Area

  • Office designs may be confusing, especially now that there are a lot of styles and factors that may affect your decision making. But then again, it is important that you think of what’s more practical and personal. And how it will work or affect your job preference, household members’ jobs, and the entire family lifestyle. Now that you are going home-based, setting up your workspace could a challenge, but everything requires risk, especially to those who are just starting a new venture.

You can choose any vacant space available in your house if you’re keeping a frugal lifestyle or if you’re yet to decide whether to have an additional room just for your office. Designers suggest that you have your office walls covered or painted with darker shade since you will be spending a lot of time staring at your computer screen. Using a less bright light is advisable too just to have a balanced lighting system in your office space. Don’t forget to utilize spaces for storage and shelves.

A Workspace Within A Room

  • Because this era is vastly evolving to digital everything seem portable and instant. So if you wanted to transform a space into an office, why not create a 2-in-1 room? Like the extended area of your living room, you can also create it into your very own office space. With the use of the right furniture and pull-out shelves and cabinets, that area can allow you to chill down when you’re not working and space where all your working tools can be found when productivity strikes you. This idea is also perfect for your bedroom or your family room.

The Central Office Area

  • If you’re a writer or someone who has welcomed this paperless age, this kind of room is right for you. This kind of workspace is where everything happens. Not only work-related errands but household tints, as well. Like bill payments, schedules, invitations, and a lot more. You can set this room up with a stylish door which presents privacy if necessary or in any spare space within your home that is accessible to other rooms inside the house.

The Convertible Nook

  • Rooms that can transform from one room into another. It can be an office space now and an entertainment room later. It can also become a study room tomorrow and a coffee room after an hour. This can easily be achieved if you are also going paperless whilst the extra leftover space in that room can also be the perfect spot for extra chairs, sofa, a lounge bed, TV, and a lot more of anything that you wanted to add inside your office area.

Whichever style or design you wanted your home office to look or to mobilize will all depend on your preference, need, and priority. The home remodeling architects  DC can provide you with designs that will match your taste.

Signs That Your Bathroom Needs A Makeover

If there’s another place in your house where you spend most of the time every single day that would be your bathroom. It’s where you basically start and end your day. This is the main reason why most homeowners go through a home remodeling addition just to improve their bathroom before any other room in the house. According to home experts,  you should never dislike your bathroom. So if you think you’re almost hating the idea of going to your bathroom every day or annoyed at your bathroom, then there is something wrong with it. Perhaps the only way for you to change that feeling you have towards your bath area is a major REVAMP.

Your Bathroom Is In Code Red

The bathroom should be one of the best places in your house where you feel comfortable. It’s a place where you should feel relaxed happy. But sometimes your home, too, is sending you a silent message that it needs something big time, like a renovation.

Here are some of the  “read between the lines” signs that your bathroom needs your attention.

  1. Not “picture perfect” at all

The truth is, you tend to ignore the small and big things that your home needs. That’s because you totally don’t see it as a “need” since it’s something you see every day. That clutter on your bathroom vanity counter is something that needs to be removed, but you no longer see the need of it to be out of your bath area. Take a photo of your bathroom and look at the things that need to be fixed and changed right away.

  1. Outdated design

You probably won’t notice it, but others will. Your bathroom already looks outmoded and you need to do something about it. The color, lighting, cabinets, faucets, towel holders, and vanity counter all need to be reshaped to give your bathroom the right ambiance that it should have.

  1. You have an Ideal Style

If your home had been constructed even before you were born then the overall design of it could be a bit laid back or some rooms really need a makeover. For many years, you have for sure made your own preference when it comes to home designs. And definitely, your bathroom is one of the main areas you wanted to fix first.

  1. You need more Space

Who wants a small bathroom, no one. So if your water closet does not have enough room, then having it renovated is completely a good idea.

  1. Damage Everywhere

Damage is inevitable, especially in your bathroom area. This could be leaking pipes, cracked tiles, molds or other elements that are no longer pleasing to the eye. If this is what you have in your bath area, then call your construction experts and start the renovation session.

  1. Storage Matters

A bathroom needs space, not just for you to go around it, but for your hygiene necessities too. Now if you’re using other rooms for your bathroom stuff, then you definitely need a makeover to add more space and storage in it. An ideal bathroom is where you would love to spend time with, is looking forward to every shower or tub moments, and most importantly it’s complete with everything you need in a bathroom. So if you just see your water closet as hamper room or a place just to for a shower, something is absolutely wrong.

  1. Safety

Your bathroom should be one of the safest places in your home, especially for children and aging members of your family. If you find it a threat for possible trip-offs due to an uneven floor or cracked tiles or slips because it’s always wet from a leaking pipe or molds and mildew, you should act now and get that space remodeled. With more safety features, you are guaranteed to be safe too every time you make a trip to your bathroom.

 

Actually, giving any part of your home an upgrade is a choice you can make for no reason at all. It may sound impulsive, but it’s your house so you can pretty much do anything and everything you wanted to make it look more inviting. The architects’ builder DC in your area will be your perfect partner when it comes to your renovation plans and ideas.