Due to recent times and COVID-19, working from home has become more of the norm. Thanks to Spacemaker, however, we can install a home office into any space you’d like.

We’ve curated this list of 8 essential items that should be in your home office, which include the likes of laptops, stationary and more.

Microsoft Surface Pro

The Microsoft Surface Pro is an incredibly beefy machine for something of its size. Made in direct competition with the Apple MacBook Pro in mind, the Surface Pro manages to be as powerful as Apples mainline computers, as well as being more portable and easy to carry.

With a fold out keyboard and tablet-like screen, you can use the Surface Pro for a multitude of tasks, whether its graphic design, video editing or even just daily errands. No matter what you throw at it, the Surface Pro can do it.

With a 10th generation Intel Core i5 with 4 cores, 8 gigabytes of RAM and an SSD for storage, the laptop is guaranteed to be quick off the mark.

The Microsoft Surface Pro is currently on sale on Amazon for £696.31 here.

 

Herman Miller Aeron Chair

Herman Miller office chairs have gained notoriety as the best of the best, when it comes to their sleek ergonomics and incredible build quality.

The “Aeron” is Herman Miller’s most famous line of chairs, boasting three different sizes to fit many different sorts of body types.

As of recently, Herman Miller have just announced that the chairs are being made with ocean-bound plastic, meaning that the chairs are now much better for the environment.

The Herman Miller Aeron Chair is currently for sale on John Lewis in all sizes for £1,115.00

 

Google Nest Mesh WiFi System

If you live in a bigger house, you may come into problems connecting to the WiFi from your router. One way of getting around this, would be to connecting to your device via a wired ethernet cable, but this is a hassle for most people.

Thankfully, Mesh WiFi is the future.

The Google Nest system allows you to have constant WiFi coverage in over 85 square metres of your household, no matter your location and using all three of the Nest’s in the starter pack, increases the range to 255 square metres.

The Google Mesh WiFi system three-pack is available on Amazon for £189.99

 

Blue Snowball Microphone

Most laptops will have a built-in microphone installed into them, but sometimes they don’t sound the greatest. If you have a desktop computer, even, you’ll still need a microphone for conference calling on Zoom or Microsoft Teams.

The Blue Snowball microphone is a cheap and effective microphone that can sit on your desk via its nifty tripod, picking up your voice loud and clear.

It’s as simple as plugging the microphone in via USB into your computer and being instantly ready to call anyone or record any audio you need recorded.

The Blue Snowball microphone is currently on sale for £50.49 on Amazon.

 

Sony Noise-cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

Working in an environment at home where you have a lot of noise is probably very distracting for you. A pair of noise-cancelling headphones may do you a world of wonder if you’re struggling to concentrate on your work.

The Sony WH-CH710N’s are wireless Bluetooth headphones that keep out any unnecessary noise and have great sound-quality.

The headphones themselves also have a built-in microphone and are iOS and Android compatible, so you can connect from your computer to your mobile phone with ease.

The Sony WH-CH710N’s are £99.99 on Currys & PC World.

 

Nespresso Coffee Machine

Needing a pick-me-up? If you’re stuck in your home office, you might not be able to nip to your local coffee shop, so instead, why not invest in a coffee machine of your own?

Nespresso coffee machines are regarded as some of the best in their category and the Vertuo is definitely nothing to scoff at.

With 4 different coffee sizes the machine caters to, whether you’re looking for a shot of espresso or a big mug full of your favourite coffee, the Vertuo has got you covered.

The Nespresso Vertuo coffee machine is £79.00 on John Lewis.

 

Computer Glasses

Staring at your computer screen for prolonged hours of time can be a lot of stress on your eyes.

GORJ’s Blue Light blocking glasses make sure that your eyes are as healthy as can be while using your computer.

Best of all, they look pretty stylish and don’t break the bank.

GORJ’s Blue Light blocking glasses are currently on sale for £15.99 on Amazon.

 

Laptop Cooling Stand

Usually, a laptop stand would do what it says on the tin, but this stand goes one step further and COOLS your laptop as well as bringing your laptop screen in a direct line of sight for eyes.

The Trust GXT1125 QUNO laptop stand has 5 fans inside that light up, as well as many different adjustable positions for your laptop.

Some might think its overkill, but it’s definitely a gamechanger.

You can buy the Trust GXT1125 QUNO for £39.99 at Argos here.

Prices are subject to change.