No commute, increased productivity and more wardrobe flexibility—working from home in the wake of the pandemic has a long list of benefits. But it has its challenges as well, particularly for people who live in smaller homes or apartments, or for those who don’t have dedicated office space. If you’re feeling the squeeze now that your home has become your workplace, try a one (or a few) of these tips to revitalize your space and make it feel more open.
1. Get creative with wall space
For a dramatic change to a room, removable wallpaper is a unique solution. You just peel and stick, and then removal is a snap—you simply peel it off, without damaging your walls, whenever you’re ready for a room refresh. You could also try the WorkFit® Elevate to turn wall space into a workspace. This versatile desk is similar to a Murphy bed—it’s a wall-mounted height-adjustable standing desk that features a flip-down worksurface. Use the surface during the workday and fold it down out of the way to reclaim that space in the evening.