One of the things we’ve noticed during the COVID-19 pandemic is that people are not overly satisfied with the amenities that their home offers. If you are going to shelter in place, your home needs to provide the means to sustain quality living on a nearly full-time basis. Inside this blog, we talk about how to customize your basement so that your home becomes the place where you work, teach, and live.
The Basement and Short Commute
One of the problems of working from home or even teaching at home is the constant distraction from home life – The TV, fridge, pets, doorbell, and other things that manage to cause disruptions to our day. A particular spot, designed to fit your needs, removes most of the distractions and limits interruptions, which allows you to become more productive and successful at conquering your day.
Another impressive aspect of a special place to work or play is that you can separate your home life from your work life without leaving it. That means a different set of rules for kids while in “school,” which fosters better learning. The same can apply when working too.