Creating Your Dream Home Office

Your home office must be comfortable and encourage productivity. It should have all the essential furniture you need, the right location, and more.

creating your dream home office

Continue reading as G.M. Roth Design Remodeling, a reliable home and kitchen remodeling company, shares tips on designing your dream home office.


You need the right furniture for comfort and to encourage productivity. Add a spacious desk that can accommodate your computer or laptop, printer, wireless router, and other electronics. The desk should also have enough space for storage and organization. Don’t forget to add an ergonomic office chair so you can keep a good posture as well as adequate lighting to reduce eye strain.


Your home office should be at the right location. It must be quiet enough for you to concentrate and to keep the noise from other people and pets out during important calls and meetings. Consider using a spare bedroom, the attic, or the basement as these locations can usually provide a quiet working environment. Your home and bathroom remodeling contractor can help find the optimal area in your home for your workspace.

Spare Bedroom

Spare bedrooms are the easiest to convert into a home office. You can paint the walls in brighter tones and place artwork and inspirational quotes on your walls. Consider using low-maintenance and spill-proof wood flooring that can withstand rolling office chairs. 

Accessory Dwelling Unit Office

An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is an ideal location for a home office. It’s separate from your home and can have an entryway and washroom. A home and kitchen remodeling contractor can customize it further with full control of the design and floor plan. 

Hire an experienced contractor to help you build your dream home office. G.M. Roth Design Remodeling provides a range of remodeling services and guarantees top-notch craftsmanship. Call us at (603) 880-3761 or fill out this contact form to request a quote. We serve clients in Dracut and Andover, MA.

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