Gone are the days of bulky and old-fashioned projectors. Today’s models are compact and modern, with many offering full HD resolution for the ultimate home cinema experience – and you can achieve a vivid and detailed image that’s often far larger than you’d be able to achieve with a television. Get connected and link your projector to your laptop with a HDMI cable. Make sure the visuals are as high quality as possible with one of our projector screens; if there’s a chance you’ll also be using yours for work presentations, too consider an extendable option for easy portability.
Kitting out your study? Start with your office furniture, which is a great way to inject some of your own style into the space. You might choose a chunky wooden desk for a traditional look, or something more pared-down and minimalist. A handy thing to keep in your desk drawer is a dictaphone; it’s the perfect way to get a word-for-word record of any important conference calls while you’re working from home. Why not consider a whiteboard so you can easily jot down key dates, notes and reminders?
No home office is complete without a printer, whether you’ll be using yours every day or just occasionally for things like printing photos or boarding passes. An inkjet Canon printer is a great choice for at-home use; make sure you’ve got a stock of ink cartridges too.