Remote work was already well on its way to becoming the norm for those working in all sorts of industries. More and more, people are choosing a work-from-home lifestyle to get the job done. If this describes your current reality, then make sure that whatever space you’re working out of is ergonomic, flexible, and totally comfortable.
Whether you work at home or simply need to spend time handling email and paperwork, a home office space can be an essential addition to your home. The challenge is designing it to truly fit your needs. Here are six ideas for setting up a stylish home office.
The office space is one the hardest working rooms in your home. Whether you work from home or “manage” your family from your home office, you’ll want a space that reflects your style, a space that is warm and welcoming and promotes productivity. The question is how do we create a functional yet stylish home office?
The 1960’s were marked with fashion, culture, and by trends. It was the golden age where bright colours, the endless array of patterns, and a multitude of geographical shapes appeared. Fashion exploded, fabrics and textures developed into new classics, and conformity became unorthodox. Find out how you can capture the essence of this period in ’60s inspired retro style.
Who is the nomadic worker? In the 21st century, your workspace probably rotates from an office, to coffee shop, restaurant, park, or anywhere else you can set your laptop down. Their workspace is wherever they are…this is the nomadic worker.
We had the amazing opportunity to team up with Cindy Cantin from Cantin Traditions to create a limited edition capsule collection for today’s nomadic worker. The result is CANTIN for Mobilia, seven intelligent and innovative products for everyday use. Just like the pieces from the Cantin collections, each has been given a name, this time in honour of the founding members of Mobilia.