If you are considering individual spaces for personal and home business functions, determine the activities that would be done in each area. This is not just about separate his-and-hers offices so each spouse could have private space; this is more about making two stand alone places each having a unique purpose: one personal and one strictly professional.
To exemplify, if you have a small desk space that converges with the kitchen, you could fit it out using a laptop computer, supplies, files, calendar and a paper-processing center to create a household hub. At this hub you set appointments, could pay bills,organize schedules, and sort out mail. The extra room or office may then be assigned as professional business space. If your home is large, with extra rooms, you will be able to choose two different spaces and assign one the home office and one for business. Alternatively, other bigger houses are designed with two office spaces which provide a ideal spaces for both private and business functions.
If you will need office furniture, a trip to a furniture store, or even a thrift store would greatly facilitate your planning and furnishing of your space with items you'll need.
Having two individual spaces is more sensible if the home has two adult members, with one or both who work at home. The mate who works from home may prefer having a professional boundary. One may even build a structure similar to a shed withina property to function as a professional space. You may kiss your spouse and children goodbye each morning at the same time and go to work in the shed office. Air conditioning may be installed including all the conveniences of a professional office. Then take your lunch break at home for lunch and come home at a designated time at night, yet you can be considered out for the day. With this boundary established, your spaces would be distinctly defined, and you could fulfill your work roles appropriately. Your spouse, on the other hand may use the joined home office as the personal business hub of the home. Routing paper and items to either space would be easier this way: business items would be sent to the shed and personal items go to the home office.
If you are a single person wanting to establish separate personal and professional offices, you may assign the undertakings that will happen in each place. You may find yourself shuttling between the two places and realize that your requirement to have designated professional space is less significant if you're the only one puttering around the house. Setting official business hours for anyone who desires to work from home is a good move. Establishing dedicated time to work in each area will maintain the effectiveness both personal and professional offices.