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The value of setting up a dedicated phone room

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This guide outlines how a phone room can work in even the smallest office, and how to set one up.

Even if you’re short on square footage, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a dedicated phone room. It is simply a designated space where you can make and take calls without interrupting others or being interrupted. And here’s the best part: it doesn’t have to be an actual room. It may actually even be a solution you can move freely around depending on your needs. And this is possible thanks to the increasing popularity of solutions like office phone booths, which are there to provide you with all the advantages of a typical phone room and eliminate all the inconvenience involved in converting a standard room into one. Sounds promising? You bet!

The benefits 

If you deal with a limited amount of space, incorporating a phone room can be a great way to maximize your square footage. Here are some benefits of having a dedicated space for making and receiving calls:
– enhanced privacy: this is especially important if you have personal or business calls that involve sharing confidential information.
– reduced distractions: by removing yourself from other areas of your office, you can avoid distractions and engage 100% in your conversation.
– increased productivity: when you have uninterrupted time to focus on your call, you can give it all you’ve got.

How to set up a phone room

Creating a phone room doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. If you have even just a corner of a room, that’s often all it takes to create a functional and private space for calls – but you can as well furnish it with a standalone and fully mobile booth, which will give you even more freedom when you need to, say, change the layout.

A phone room can be a great way to make the most of a small space. To set up one that will serve its purpose well, consider the following aspects:
– choose a quiet location; this will help you minimize the amount of distractions and let you focus on the calls.
– make sure the space is well-lit – so you can take your notes easily and see them clearly.
– invest in comfortable – ergonomic – furniture and a good quality headset to make sure the call quality is right.
– use an organizer or whiteboard to keep track of important numbers, dates, and deadlines.

How to make the most of a small space

When space matters, making the most of it can be a challenge. But with a little bit of creativity, you can turn even the smallest room into a functional and stylish phone call area. You can do it the DIY, ground-up way by converting part of your office into a dedicated phone room, or you can go for something more flexible – like a professional office phone booth – and enjoy the mobility that comes with it.

Either way, bear in mind that such a place doesn’t have to be a Harry-Potter-style cupboard because there are ways to make it a truly inspiring, stimulating space that you’ll enjoy spending time in!

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