Solid oak grommet inserted in a laminate desktop
WFH, THE NEW NORMAL
Working from home has been on the rise in recent years and is fast becoming the new norm, particularly right now in the midst of the recent Coronavirus outbreak. For many workers, they are now working from home for the first time.
In April 2020, statistics released by the UK's Office for National Statistics showed that nearly half the UK workforce (49.2%) in employment were working from home and this could remain the case for some time to come. Many businesses are looking at working from home as a more permanent fixture realising the various benefits and for their staff too.
ADAPTING YOUR HOME ENVIRONMENT FOR WORK
In order to work productively and comfortably at home, many people without the luxury of a home study or office have needed to transform often limited space in their homes to incorporate a work space.
This has presented some with physical challenges in trying to keep home life and work life separate. The need for bespoke built-in storage solutions, for desk tops that can be hidden away when not in use and for discrete filing cabinets are examples of ways in which home spaces can be adapted for working from home (WFH).
Here are a few practical solutions we have already put in place for clients:
Desktop - Sliding workstation - Concealed keyboard top - Files cupboard - Bookshelf
Understanding your requirement
Tell us about your office space requirements by sending us a enquiry message describing how you envisage design, material, budget and schedule. You can check the list of information we would require to start from our Enquiry page.
Bespoke screen partitions
We design and make protective screens to shield your office or workspace to your requirements.
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