The needs for setting up a home office are about the same as they are for setting up any office. To operate efficiently, you need to arrange your home office properly. There are several tips of home office arrangement, and here are some for you. First, try to establish a permanent space within your home for your home office. A separate room is ideal. Decide on the right home office arrangement. The best is a U-shaped arrangement, which lets you use three surfaces to keep everything within reach. Choose an L-shaped home office arrangement that provides a secondary surface if space is limited. A parallel arrangement can provide two full-sized working surfaces if they are placed opposite each other. Or you can consider a V-shaped home office arrangement, which consists of a small working area in front of you and two surfaces angled to your left and right if your office area is very small. This is similar to a U-shape, except the central working area is much smaller.
Buy home office furniture that suits the home office arrangement you’ve chosen. Include desks and tables, chairs and desk lamps. Buy a computer system, including a printer. Consider built-in fax software if you’ll be sending and receiving files created on a PC. Buy a phone with a built-in answering machine and a hold button. If you’ll be transferring calls from within your home office, make sure your phone has a transfer button.