How to setup your new living space? | SHED Co-living

Relocated? Here is how to setup your new living space

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Coliving in Vilnius is becoming increasingly popular in today’s shared economy. High rental prices in big cities are unaffordable for some of us, so sharing space with others is currently the most economical way to live. You can have a private room and use common spaces with others for a price that is reasonable to you. Nowadays, the co-living concept is becoming an attractive and effective solution for people. This kind of living offers a multitude of possibilities, ranging from people who simply live together – solely sharing physical space – to communities who also share values, interests, and a philosophy of life.

Here we share some tips on how to set up your new coliving space, how to arrange your working space and feel at ease while coliving in Vilnius.

Bring the items that are useful and necessary

Usually, in coworking spaces, everything is fully equipped and furnished, but before moving to a brand-new place, you have to think about which items to bring. First, try to think of the most relevant things that you are going to need. Probably, you will need all your personal belongings, toiletries, towels, bed sheets, and extra clothes. Of course, you don’t want to forget the devices that you will be using for your work (computers, chargers, headphones, etc.). Make sure everything is with you, but don’t worry, if you forget something, there will always be an opportunity to buy it or rent it.

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Setup optional working space

Creating a supportive and functional work environment is an important task for any working space. Working in a professional and motivating environment can give you the boost to be more productive. It can also be a flexible and cost-effective option for sharing resources. Co-working brings together like-minded business people and offers opportunities for cooperation, support, and networking.

Co working place study room

Here are some tips on how to create an inspiring workspace:

  • Try different places to find the right one for you.
  • Choose a location near the window.
  • Surround yourself with like-minded people.
  • Make sure your workstation is near the power supply.
  • Limit personal things around you so you can focus on work.
  • Have separate places where you work and where you relax.

Adjusting the workspace for proper lighting to keep your eyes safe

Our work is meaningful, but we should not forget what‘s important and take care of our health. Keep your eyes safe and create optional lighting in your workspace. During the day, pick out a place near the window, so natural light will help to light the area. If you are planning to read or write, use lamps with direct light. Set up your workstation in a well-lit area to minimize eye strain caused by low lighting. Do not hesitate to turn on the lights as soon as you feel you need them; you will thank yourself later.

Define leisure space and a working area

Set up living area

When you live in a coliving space, it is necessary to separate work and relaxation areas. If you want to work efficiently and complete your work on time, you should have a workspace where you can concentrate on your work. Also, don’t forget that after a long day of work, you need a place where you are able to relax and shut down. A rested person is significantly more ready for upcoming jobs and challenges. Coliving spaces usually have different and separated zones for both. You just have to choose where you feel most comfortable at the time being!

SHED co-living has taken care of optimizing living space

SHED co-living takes proper care of everything between the walls and makes living here as comfortable as at home. For your convenience and functionality, all living spaces are fully-furnished. The premises are designed to optimize your space, allowing you to make sure that you’re able to stay cozy and focused when you need to. The place is practical, visually attractive, and secure.

After all, co-living seems to be fun! An amazing community inside our walls has already been established due to the wonderful people who have chosen this accommodation. Make yourself a part of it! If you are searching for a reliable place to live? Find one at SHED Co-living!

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