Courtesy Thomas James Homes

In 2020, the definition of home was reinvented. All houses, townhouses, apartments, and condos quickly transitioned from traditional places of rest and relaxation to new, multifaceted living, working, and learning environments.

While some homeowners had the luxury of escaping to an existing dedicated home office space to complete their work, several transformed a bedroom into a makeshift office or resorted to working from their kitchen islands or tables.

Initially, newly remote workers thought the pandemic would resolve itself in a matter of months and were relatively content with their temporary office scenarios, but as the U.S. approaches the one-year mark and with many companies considering permanent remote work options, homeowners are focused on optimizing their home workspaces.

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