There’s No Place Like a Great Home Office

Author: Brooke Hayes


When our home and work are one and the same, it’s important to create boundaries to achieve a work-life balance. Our homes are designed with multi-functional space and smart home tech, making working, living, and learning in one place easier than ever.

Smart Home Tech

Ever wish you had a personal assistant to help you through your day? We can’t hire a personal assistant for you, but you’ll have the next best thing in your smart home – Google Home.

Google Home gives you all the hands-free help you could need. It operates as a virtual assistant, a speaker, a remote, and an organizer. Whether you need help keeping track of your work projects or entertaining your children when you’re busy, Google Home can help.

Multi-Functional Spaces

Home is where we spend most of our days working or distance learning, so it needs to be more flexible than ever before. WIth smart space-planning, Holmes Homes can create multi-purpose homes complete with homework nooks, pocket offices, and niches, inspiring productivity while still feeling homey.

Customizable Options

Our design center allows you to create your space into a productive work environment in which you’ll feel good about spending your day. During your one-on-one consultations with a professional interior designer, we’ll go over a variety of customization options, including:

  • Built-in shelving, bookshelves, cabinetry for storage and organization
  • High ceilings, open space, and natural light so your workspace is comfortable and functional
  • Built-in desks, customized doorways, and flooring designs

Build Your Dream Home in 2021

If your current home isn’t conducive to your new work-from-home lifestyle, why not find a new one? With communities in Daybreak, Draper, Herriman, Layton, Park City, St. George, and more coming, we’re confident our homes will meet your needs. Contact us today at to find your dream home.

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