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Working from home comes with a flexible schedule, not to mention savings on travel costs, and you can be closer to family. But distractions can make working from home inefficient. It becomes critical to separate the spaces used for living from the ones used for working. Building an addition is, in most cases, the perfect solution. Either upwards - on top of an existing house - or in the backyard, these extensions mean a barefoot commute, a potential view of the backyard, and a place to work without interruptions. It can include feature shelves, cabinets, and desks that are carefully integrated into the design.  These examples demonstrate that factors such as lighting, the choice of finish materials, and equipment carefully integrated into the design are key to achieving efficient workspaces, even in small spaces. View more View full description
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