Long corner desk – If you will most of time sit while you work, put comfort before appearance; buying an ergonomic chair is a worthwhile investment and your back will appreciate it. Although first few weeks working at home it seems that you have everything under control and that you do not have great science to organize items you use, I suggest that you prepare yourself with a piece of furniture to store them because over months you are likely to need it. A cabinet, a bookshelf or a shelf, depending on your profile, are optimal for organizing documents, magazines, notepads, pencils, discs, pens, even fabrics or brushes, depending on your profession. Order, organization and practicality in your space are fundamental.
Choose long corner desk if most of your tasks are on a computer; more manual tasks you perform, bigger your desk will be to finally become a work table. It is advisable to have a light source in your workspace; it can be a window or a lamp, trying not to illuminate it directly. Look for options that give you a diffuse light and avoid fluorescent lamps above your head. Neutral colors are most successful for a workplace. If your space is reduced, light colors will give you sensation of spaciousness. If you lean towards bright colors, make sure you use them only as color notes through objects, pictures or furniture.
Do not limit yourself to two or three meters of floor that you destined to your work area, take advantage of all space with which you count. Get most juice out of walls through shelves, bookshelves, or decorating with pictures; if your job belongs to creative professions do not hesitate to make yourself a board of sketches or inspiration, on other hand if planning is essential can place a blackboard or white chalk. If you still need more space, you can have one under your long corner desk or get a corner that takes advantage of that small angle available. In short, try to open your mind to all possibilities offered by your area of work.