How 6 Philadelphians Transformed Their WFH Spaces Into Actual Home Offices
Here’s how to carve out an at-home workspace that will help you stay on task — even on days when you never get out of your bathrobe.
Back when working from home was an occasional treat, it was fine to post up with your laptop on the living room sofa. Now, with some experts projecting that the trend will continue even post-pandemic, our new reality calls for a more permanent setup. Here’s how to carve out an at-home workspace that will help you stay on task — even on days when you never get out of your bathrobe.
Designer Chanae Richards of Oloro Interiors helped the MSNBC contributor get a camera-ready work-from-home space. Keep reading here.
Natural textures and layered light sources brighten Rasheeda Gray’s subterranean studio. Keep reading here.
A new approach to an old greenhouse allowed designer Mona Ross Berman to take advantage of amazing natural light. Keep reading here.
Design Manifest founder Naomi Stein helped a Penn Valley family turn this room into something multifunctional to meet all their needs. Keep reading here.
Putting the office behind the built-ins allowed for extra soundproofing as well. Keep reading here.
Soaring ceilings and homey accents made this new build cozy and comfortable for year-round work. Keep reading here.
Published as “The Art of the Home Office” in the December 2020 issue of Philadelphia magazine.