Looking for a small desk? The build quality, stylish design and spacious drawer make the Cuthbert desk from John Lewis a good value choice for the small home office.
Create your ideal home office
Most people who work from home need some kind of home office. This is true even if your work isn't entirely desk-based. You will still want to create a home office to provide a place to communicate with customers, make plans for your business, store files and handle your finances.
Home offices can vary greatly. In fact, no two are the same.
From a desk in a bedroom corner to a bespoke garden building, your home office will be unique to you.
This means it's up to you to consider what you need. What space do you have available? What do you want and need from a home office? And how will you create an environment where you can work productively?
Fortunately, Homeworker HQ is here to help. We give you all the advice you need to create, decorate, furnish and organize a home office of any size or type.
Ready to get started? We recommend reading how to set up a home office that works for you.
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