Home office ideas
Own working from home with our guide to office furniture and ideas for creating a productive study space.
Creating a work space at home can be tricky business. It needs to inspire creativity and focus, yet also be functional and blend with your home décor, without being too imposing.
Our ideas are here to help you choose the best desk and chair combination and strike the perfect balance between fun and functional.
Loft living office
Modern, minimalist furniture
Combining on-trend minimalism with classic industrial styling, our loft living range is all about flexible storage and slimline designs.
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This stylish study area doubles up as a dressing or console table, saving you space where you need it most. Workstation by day, somewhere to get ready by night…
Office desk guide
There’s a few key decisions to make when choosing a desk and the options below should help you to narrow down your selection.
Office chair guide
Comfort is the most important feature when choosing an office chair. If you’re going to be using it for work day-in day-out, you need a chair that is adjustable and supports a healthy posture.
What is ergonomic furniture?
Ergonomic furniture is designed specifically to provide comfort and support to those using it. They help to reduce the risk of numerous health issues such as arthritis, joint pain, musculoskeletal problems, and poor blood pressure, to name a few. Here are some of the key features that can help you sit comfortably:
- Adjustable heights - allows you to customise furniture to make it comfortable for you, maintaining the correct posture by keeping your back straight and legs at the correct angle, as well as reducing the risk of joint pain and stiffness.
- Fabrics that regulate temperature - helping to keep your body at a regular temperature.
- 180 degree adjustable chair arms - to mimic your arm movement.
- Keyboard and mouse supports - these support your wrists and help to reduce the risk of developing conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
What’s the correct posture for sitting at a desk?
- Your eyes should be level with the top of your computer monitor.
- Your back and neck should not be bent or hunched.
- Your shoulders should feel relaxed.
- Your hips and knees should be at a 90° angle and feet firmly on the floor.
- Your wrists shouldn’t be bent and your arms should sit on the armrests.
With an adjustable office chair you can change the width, height and tilt to suit your needs. As well as the correct sitting position, it’s important to take regular breaks when sitting in an office chair for long periods of time.
You could even consider a standing desk, which allows you to work on your feet, as well as sitting down.