What would your setup look like if you were working from home? Do you have a dream office in your favorite color?Or do you work at the kitchen table with arms outstretched from your grain-eating spouse? Instagram, and so many of you have shared some very relevant office layouts. Here are 10 photos…
“I call it my ‘Horse Girl Office.’ Childhood favorites, favorite books, breyer horse, a ribbon won at a horse show, and a picture of a horse. I feel joy every time I work. — Brittany
“Behind me is my boyfriend in a soundproof booth. Neighbors conveniently sold this booth! It’s an eyesore, but it saves us, we’re waving at each other during work calls.” — Brittany
“We already have a dog (Wally) and a cat (Potato), but my husband and I work from home and also have a dog. and he insists on getting everyone back to the office.
“I am a clinical psychologist who went 100% virtual during the pandemic. , I wasn’t ready to give up the sweet moments of seeing her between sessions. You wonder what I was thinking, but I’m not going to change that for a second.” – Sarah
“Ever since I was a little girl, I dreamed of having a library. Using a bookshelf as a backdrop for a video call is certainly flexible, but it can also be a conversation starter. — Adrian
“My 10-year-old son and I live in a small two-bedroom condo. I work from morning to night on my laptop at the dining table. decided to hold an important business meeting on — Cameron
“After finishing my first year of self-employment, ham council, a friend surprised me with the neon sign of my company’s logo. And now my pottery studio is perfect! The lights are the first thing I turn on and the last thing I turn off. It makes me feel incredible. — Britt
“I work in my son’s old bedroom. He’s 24 now and we still have him.” sports illustrated High school wall covering.Destroying them and repainting this room is on my list for 2023!” — Bethany
“The best thing about my work-from-home space is my colleague Milton. My ‘office’ is my front door. It’s the coldest, leaf-strewn part of our house. — Brittany
“In 2020, I worked as a new mom, went to graduate school part-time, and completed my master’s degree in public health. Here I am writing my final thesis. My little sister/roommate/all-purpose badass who just worked the night shift, and someone I trust. hacker breast pumpOn the right is the adorable little human I made. Not in the picture is my mom, who flew away two weeks after the baby girl was born and made it all possible. — Georgia
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