Is one of your goals for 2019 to start working from home more? Now more than ever, professionals are opting to skip the commute and work remote.
Having your own home office, library, or den to spread out in can have huge advantages for your productivity.
Whether you’re a small business owner, part of a large team, or even a real estate agent, these homes all have a private space where you can get work done peacefully.
Presented by The Clements Group
This den comes with plenty of space for you to tackle your daily tasks. Plus, on cold winter days, the fireplace will keep you warm and motivated. During the spring you can open up the doors to the patio to let in fresh air, or even take your work outside for a bit.
Presented by INDRA Group
This prestigious office will make you feel at home and in charge. It’s perfect for meeting with clients or just getting right to work.
Presented by Dana Wall
Whenever you need to take a quick break, step outside onto your sunny patio for some fresh air. At the end of your day, ascend the spiral staircase to the observatory where you will find a ceiling that opens up to the skies and GPS-enabled telescope.
Doubling as a library and home office, this room is perfect for a professor or anyone who reads a new book every week.
Presented by Ora Group
Imagine the work you could get done in this office! The built-ins give you space to stay organized and the large windows will brighten your day.
Presented by Wendy Ramp
This office is perfect for anyone who loves to stay organized and spread out. All the shelves and counter space are a dream come true to anyone who works from home.
Presented by Kevin Hall
Spacious and full of natural light, this home office will keep you focused on your goals all day long.
Presented by Julie Bernardi
With tons of space for tables and storage, this room is perfect for creatives who have multiple projects going at once.
Presented by Brian Aarestad
This bonus room can be used as a game room, but if you’re working from home we think it would make the perfect office. You could even add some couches and a television so that you can take breaks throughout your day.
Sometimes, all you need is a place to call your own. This room will give you the privacy you need to get work done, then at the end of the day you can close off the room and put work out of your mind until the next workday begins.