As the holiday break starts to come to a close, we have to confront the task of getting the kids and the house ready for back-to-school. As we know, getting back into a routine can be really hard. It can take at least a week to fully get back to normal. However, these tips will help you prepare your home and yourself to make the transition a smooth one.
The longer your commute to work, the less happy you are likely to be. Why deal with the stress of commuting when you can create an office in the comfort of your own home? Here are the specific design elements that you can incorporate to help you strengthen your focus and in turn, help you achieve your goals.
More and more people are taking advantage of flexible schedules and internet tools that allow them to work from home. Whether you’re a full-time freelancer or a once-a-month remote worker, it's crucial to have a home office where you can give the task at hand your full concentration.
This custom living room unit and media center was designed to provide all that a Manhattan family needs for entertaining lots of guests or to just kick back, relax and watch some TV. The wall unit also shows off some of our favorite new material finishes with a combination of wood veneer, matte glass, and high gloss.