If you work from home, you're able to bypass the stress of commuting to the office, you save on transportation expenses, and maybe even get to hang out all day in your PJ's. However, just because your home office atmosphere is more comfortable than a traditional office, it doesn't mean you don't need a well-thought-out work space and practical storage.
There was a time when “going to work” meant waking up, getting into a car or boarding a train, and heading to the office.
But these days, that scenario is no longer a given. More than 40 percent of Americans work remotely at least part of the time, according to a Gallup survey released earlier this year.