5 stylish homes that make working from home a great experience

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With many of us now working from home due to the impact of Covid19, it makes sense to create a space where you can get down to work in a comfortable and efficient way. 

You need a separate space to work in that is removed from the rest of your home - you need quiet to focus. Look for some comfortable seating, to use with a desk or a table you already have in your home. If possible you should try to find a room away from the rest of your home where you can shut the door and work. 

If you don’t have a whole room to use as a work space, think about using part of your dining area, a nook in your kitchen, or carve off some space in your living area or on your balcony.

Here are five stylish homes that offer great interior design ideas that will help your work-from-home experience so good you won’t want to return to the office!

1. Katong Gardens

Having lots of indoor plants in your home helps not only to stop you from feeling claustrophobic during the lock-down, they also help improve the air quality. This Katong Gardens apartment is full of greenery and indoor plants creating a fresh environment for working from home. 

While there is no dedicated home office space in this apartment, the large timber dining table makes a perfect spot to work from home; and the functional eat-in bar in the kitchen is another great space to use.

Images Credits: Aiden T Pte Ltd

2. Tampines Greenridge

This Tampines Greenridge apartment has a small, dedicated space for a home office, tucked next to the floor-to-ceiling windows it has plenty of natural light. If you’re bored of your desk, however, you can move to the dining table, which in this apartment also offers heaps of natural light as well as more space to spread out.

In the dining space you can spread out your work-from-home stuff, but if that’s not enough room, the long eat-in bar in the kitchen is also a great spot to get some work done.

Images Credits: Space Atelier

3. Ang Mo Kio

The calm pale timber and lots of natural light in this Ang Mo Kio home's living space enables the area designed to be used as a spot for tea drinking to be turned into a light and bright work space.

This apartment does have a dedicated space as a home office which comes with heaps of natural light and a high-tech office chair. But if you have more than one person working from home at the same time, the sleek dining table can also be used for work. Next to the kitchen you can access snacks and lots of water to keep you healthy at the same time.

Images Credits: Dots 'N' Tots Interior Group

4. TT Apartment

This modern minimalist TT Apartment has a set of clever built-ins that can be used not only for storage and display, but also as a vanity and, of course, a great home office.  

For more space to spread out, another clever design idea is the cantilevered table in the dining area; the natural light flowing in from the sliding doors will help keep you positive and focused.

Images Credits: 0932

5. Cat's House

The very stylish Cat’s House has numerous places to set up various home office spaces. The living area has a neat desk area that has access to lots of natural light, but is set apart enough to be a calm spot to work from.

Looking for more privacy for a Zoom call? There is also a desk space set up in the bedroom to ensure your work calls don’t get interrupted.

With a whole family working from home, there are actually lots of spots to use for a home office - the dedicated study space, or even the spacious dining table that links to the kitchen.

Images Credits: Mr Shopper Studio

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