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Ways of making your home office more inviting, conducive to work

Does COVID-19 have you working remotely? Is your home also an office? You can still separate your work from home life. Here’s how Bay-Area interior designers are optimizing productivity in the home workspace.

– Keep it minimal – you won’t be as productive in clutter.

Heather Hillard, Owner of Heather Hillard Design, says,

“Try to keep the desk surface clear of papers and too many personal items. The goal is to limit distractions from work. I encourage having art and decorative accessories on other surfaces in the space, but keep your immediate workspace clean and relatively sparse.”

– Consider a standing desk.

Hillard says this is especially useful if you find you are more productive on the move.

– Work in a well-lit place.

“All desks should have a good task light in addition to overhead lighting so as not to strain your eyes,” Hillard said. “However, if you’re working

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