Home Office Design Ideas for Your Remote Business

Are you building up a business that you can run from home? Working from home definitely has its perks, but without a sizable home office, you might find yourself trying to conduct business from your living room couch! If you’re in need of a larger home to properly run your business, working with Rosario Falvo can help you find the right property. Here are a few suggestions for finding the right home office space and designing an organized workspace. 

Buying a Bigger Home

Maybe you’re currently renting an apartment and you barely have enough space for a small desk, let alone an entire home office with room for storage. Are you ready to go from renting to owning a home? It’s a big decision, but it can open up exciting new possibilities for your business! 

If you’re unsure of which neighborhood is right for you, or which home features you should look for, it’s best to work with a realtor. Discover recommends choosing an experienced agent who comes with positive recommendations from trusted loved ones. 

Time to Renovate?

If you own your current residence and you don’t think that moving is in the cards for you right now, you may want to think about renovating your home. Building an addition will allow you to stay put while creating a custom-built space for your home office. 

This is a major home improvement project, so you’ll need a trustworthy contractor on board. The Spruce recommends asking potential contractors about their insurance, licensing, and experience with similar projects. You should also ask to see a few examples of their work before signing any contracts. 

Take Over a Spare Room

Maybe you’ve always been wondering what to do with that spare room that doesn’t have a real purpose yet. If you’ve been using a spare room as a place to store clutter, it’s time to clear it out and transform it into a home office! 

After purchasing furniture like a desk, swivel chair, and filing cabinet, you can start sprucing up the room. A new coat of paint can make the space look brand new. Furthermore, you can also install floating shelves to create space for storing business supplies and displaying cute decor. If you want affordable, unique knick-knacks for your office, try browsing thrift stores to see what you can find. 

Form an LLC

Whether you’ve moved into a new home, invested in an addition, or transformed an unused spare room into a workspace, you finally have your home office set up and organized. Now, it’s time to move on to another important item on your to-do list: forming an LLC. As a new business owner, forming an LLC will provide you with various tax benefits, limited liability, and plenty of flexibility. Hiring a lawyer for this process can be expensive, so you can save money by filing on your own or working with a formation service instead. If you do decide to file by yourself, thoroughly research the laws for your state in advance, as the regulations can differ by state.  

Launching a business from your home can be very convenient, and it can certainly help your bottom line by allowing you to avoid renting a retail space. However, without a specific office space, you may feel like your personal and professional lives are blending together. By creating a designated home office space, you’ll be able to enjoy genuine work-life balance. 

Are you ready to move into a larger home to benefit your business? Don’t start your search without Rosario Falvo! To see how we can help you find the perfect home in an ideal neighborhood, call 805-207-5094 for a personalized consultation.


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