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2. Place the standing desk outside the home office space. If you can do the bulk of your work on a laptop, there’s no need to clutter up your stand-up station. You can easily integrate it into a room outside of your office — and it’s nice to shake up your environment during the day and get in those extra steps while you’re moving between spaces. Also, you may be able to take advantage of a view you don’t get from your office, motivating you to get up, move around and stand more.
3. Define how you want your home to feel. This is a bit different from the style question, and potentially more important. When you walk through the front door, what three words do you want to spring to mind? "Uncluttered," "clean" and "serene"? "Welcoming," "cozy" and "fresh"? To do: Think about how you want your home to feel, freely jotting down any descriptive words that spring to mind. Once you have a good list, narrow it down to your top three words.