These 9 Gadgets Make Your Home Office Better

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Home office can become a real test if there is no own study available and you have to share a room with the roommates. Which HomeBox by D-E-Sign gives you at least some peace and privacy by literally disappearing into the closet with your work. This may seem strange at first glance, but can work wonderfully in certain housing situations. Often also as a sign: If the door is closed, I do not want to be disturbed.

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