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Who says you can’t mix business with pleasure?

It might be work, but it doesn’t have to feel like it. All it takes is a comfy chair, home office furniture that keeps things organised, and the right lighting for the job. And by making it easier to tackle those to-do’s, you’ll have more time to spend on your wanna-do’s.

Starting college workplace essentials
Bright foldable furniture stacked and placed in front of a white tiled wall with a stainless trolley and white table.
College reading lists might be long and heavy, but with some study area essentials, like a desk and chair and some adaptable organisers, at least preparing a good study space is light work. Best of all these ones are made for skinny wallets and small spaces.
RÅSKOG Kitchen trolley $599 HELMER Drawer unit on castors $399 IKEA PS 2014 Fabric $79.9 JANSJÖ LED work lamp $159.9 PALLRA Box with lid, set of 4 $159.9   TJENA Box with lid $65.9 TJENA Box with lid $35.9 TJENA Box with lid $19.9 TJENA Box with lid $19.9 TJENA Box with compartments $39.9 TRONES Shoe cabinet/storage $299.9 LINNMON Table top $259 EKBY ÖSTEN Shelf $79.9 EKBY ÖSTEN Shelf $79.9
Easy study space makers
Ideas for getting a home office that works
  A wicker chair in an enclosed balcony with a wheeled storage unit and potted plants with a view of a garden in the background.    Desk in front of a panel of wood holding IKEA wall pockets and noticeboard.  Angled view down the corridor of the bed area, IKEA wardrobes and workspace.  A dorm room with a bed, light blue painted chest of drawers, desk and storage. There are   curtains across the entire back wall with shelving behind and a red and white striped   blind across the window.