Where do you work in your house? At the moment I have a part of the dining room, but some changes to the house should give me my own office soon.
I literally work from home and have my own office. My wife (bless her heart) had the garage converted into a real office for me several years ago when I first started working from home and it's been a godsend and a great advantage in my work.
Either in my study, else wherever I happen to be out and about. Sometimes I prefer the study, other times I prefer a bench on the common, looking out over the heathland, or sitting in the garden of a pub on a sunny day... really depends, but that's one of the joys of mobility and, where needed, a decent Wi-Fi connection / tethered phone.
I do all my serious work from my study, but my wife does her studying from the lounge so the lounge is full of her Spanish and French course texts! She has her own study but it is too full to actually use as a study. I have found that as my local garage has free wifi I also work from there when having my car or y wife's car serviced etc.
My wife and I each have our own office space within the house.I have the official office/study, and my wife has one of the spare bedrooms.
Upstairs in study with view looking out in to Dartmoor.
I have a room turned into kind of an office. It's next to the living room where's the router and TV service.
In a classroom of a school. I also give private classes at home or I go to people's homes, it depends on the agreement.
3 days from home (master bedroom has carved out office space) and 2 in the office.
My wife and I converted two small bedrooms into personal offices. I only work from home occasionally. Hers is also the birthing room when we foster pregnant cats. Mine is also the library and three of the four walls are filled with bookshelves. The fourth is the window.
Dedicated office at home, also one downtown that I rarely these days use.My wife also has a dedicated office which is also the grandkids toy depository.