How To Upgrade Dad’s Home Office – With Father’s Day just weeks away, you might be scouring the internet for the perfect gift, to no avail. If your dad simply has it all, consider giving him the gift of a home office upgrade. For ideas and inspiration about upgrading your dad’s home office just in time for Father’s Day, check out our guide below.
Give it a deep clean…
Even if dad tends to be neat and organized, he’s likely no match for dust buildup. To give dad a gift he’ll really appreciate, arm yourself with a vacuum cleaner, dusting cloth, and various cleaning sprays and give his home office the deepest clean it’s ever seen. (Bonus points if you clean and organize his desktop and drawers!)
Make it personal…
Maybe dad has a personal picture or two in his home office, but those Christmas photos from 2007 might be in need of an update. Consider framing some new pictures of his family and friends and displaying them around his office for a personal touch that he’ll be able to appreciate on a daily basis for years to come.
Depending on how long dad has had his home office, his furniture might also be in need of an update. Gift him a new desk, chair, or lounger if you have the funds; if not, think about furnishings that are small-but-mighty, such as a comfy ottoman, a nifty under-desk foot hammock, or new window treatments.
Add a few finishing touches…
How To Upgrade Dad’s Home Office – No office or workspace is complete without a few uniquely useful accessories and gadgets. If dad has been known to host clients in his home office, considering outfitting his space with a portable bar cart. To up the ante of dad’s home office even further, we recommend products such as this Corgi Succulent Plant Pot or this Silicon Heating Coaster. To shop for these products and more, visit ShopCHT.com.
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