There’s no denying that 2020 has caused everyone to make some significant adjustments to everyday life in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Wearing masks and social distancing are perhaps the two most obvious and drastic changes to the way things look in the outside world, but for many people, there has been an even more far-reaching change. Working from home has become mainstream almost overnight. Previously an open secret shared by freelancers, contractors and budding entrepreneurs, this year the concept of giving up the daily commute and embracing a WFH lifestyle has been brought into the lives of millions, willingly or unwillingly. While some miss the social aspects of office life, others have welcomed the extra hours in the day that used to be taken up by commuting, as well as the significant financial savings. However, working from home does involve some outlay, but the good news is that it need not cost much to create an environment that is both functional and stylish.