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I’ve invested years scouring the web to find inspiring workspaces and house offices—both as a spare time activity and also as section of my task currently talking about home-office subjects for Wirecutter and, previously, Lifehacker. I’ve lurked for hours on internet web sites like Apartment Therapy and also the battlestations subreddit. And I’ve searched through Flickr members’ desk photos, geeking down on any setup which had a vibe—whether it absolutely was a minimalist workplace, a conventional one, or something like that tech-wise that is completely over-the-topsimilar to this DIY desk with a computer constructed into it).

Into the 2 full decades that I’ve been working remotely—writing about efficiency and remote work—my own home business office has constantly evolved as I’ve pursued that “just right” workplace dream. Continue reading