Did you set up your own small business? Do you have a side gig you work on from home? Does your busy schedule mean you have to finish work from home? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you know just how important it is for your home office to actually motivate you to get things done. Working on your laptop from the sofa may seem appealing for a while but eventually you will need a work space that is separate from your relax space. The good news is that whether you have a large room or just a small corner you can easily turn that space into a cozy and inspiring one. We’ve collected our favourite ideas on how to achieve that.

1. Make sure you have a comfortable chair.

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Comfort is key for any working space. If you’re going to spend a lot of time sitting down you need to invest in a chair that is ergonomic and provides you with the appropriate back support. Bad posture during working hours can lead to a lot of back and join pain so while that chair you saw on Instagram might seem very photogenic, make sure it is comfortable enough to spend many hours in it too.