TIP: Be creative with your work station but stick to the same spot to create a sense of routine. A clear, clutter-free surface and a good supply of power points for your tech are key
Even if this is a temporary measure, you need the basics: a comfortable chair and decent desk. Clear a kitchen or dressing table for your office kit and make dining chairs or stools more ergonomic with cushions and foot rests. Move furniture around to find a quieter, more secluded spot, good natural light and maximum WiFi signal. If all else fails, Ikea and Argos have a budget-friendly range of WFH furniture that will do the job.
TIP: Invest in a desk converter for a more productive work-from-home set up. This clever height-adjustable kit transforms a humble kitchen table into a flexible work space
TIP: E-storage is crucial too, so make sure you back up digital files and emails on a portable storage device or the cloud should anything go wrong.
TIP: Plants always boost mood. So make working from home a little bit greener. Some of the best, easy-to-grow desk plants include Cacti, Snake Plants, Air Plants and Succulents
Light it up
TIP: Seek out a portable desk lamp fitted with adjustable LEDs and even built-in wireless charging. Perfect.