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How To Set Up The Most Efficient Work From Home Space

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How To Set Up The Most Efficient Work From Home Space

How To Set Up The Most Efficient Work From Home Space

What is an efficient work from home space? 

To us, it’s an area where everything you could possibly need while you’re working (aside from a toilet, obviously) is close at hand. You shouldn’t have to get up and walk all over your home just to find a charger, for example, or to refill your coffee cup. With the right hacks and organizational know-how, you won’t need to worry about wasting all that time and energy.

Below are 3 ways to set up the most efficient work from home space using practical, minimalist items from UrbanCred.

Set Up A Mini Kitchen Near Your Desk

When you’re elbow-deep in remote work at your work from home office desk, you need snacks and beverages to keep your energy up. But sometimes getting up and walking all the way to your kitchen is a hassle. Plus, some employers are strict and only allow you to get up from your chair during predesignated break times. 

To ensure that you always have a fresh mug of coffee or tea or a warm comfort food close at hand, set up a mini kitchen near your desk. It’s not hard to do: just pop up a folding table or a second desk at a right angle next to your workspace, plug in a power strip, and hook up the appliances you need to prepare your favorite food and drinks. 

Our electric kettle is just the thing for heating up water for a cup of tea or a bowl of oatmeal. The Mugr ceramic cup will keep your tea or coffee hot for a long time, while the Flickr Fire 2.0 lets you heat up a quick snack, like toast or even marshmallows.

Give Every Essential Item On Your Desk Its Own Space

The key to keeping your workspace tidy and efficient is to give every essential item its own space. Remember the old saying: “a place for everything and everything in its place.” Whoever coined that didn’t have working from home on an electronic device in mind, but the phrase still holds wisdom. 

Keeping your desk items in special places will benefit you in surprising ways. For example, when you get into the habit of always returning your pen to this pen rest after you’re done using it for the day, you’ll never lose it. You’ll always remember where you put it. 

Your headphones are big enough that you should never lose them. For the same reason, they take up a lot of space on your desk. Keep them up and out of the way with this attractive walnut-colored headphones stand, which also doubles as a wireless charger for your phone. 

Finally, this desk organizer will help you keep all your extra cables, wireless mouse, and other small workspace essentials contained so you don’t lose them. This product is called the Nest, and it’s aptly named because you can “nest” your items inside, safe and secure until you need them again.


Keep Chargers For Your Electronic Devices Close At Hand

Keeping your electronic devices, such as your smartphone, charged up is key to working from home efficiently. These devices help you stay connected to your employer and your coworkers, as well as your own interests, friends, and family. 

Place this walnut wireless charger on your desk so you can power up your phone quickly and easily without having to wrangle with a cord. Want to keep your phone out of sight? Put it in the CleanTray UV Sterilization Charging Case to keep it topped off while disinfecting it of 99.99% of germs and bacteria in 5 min.

You can purchase all the products you saw in this article, as well as other useful work from home tools

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