I believe it is vitally important that you literally give your home studio, an actual 'home', a location that is reserved for your daily broadcasts, and yes, even a place to conduct business with, perhaps, clients, interviewees, etc.
It does not have to be elaborate. My studio area is maybe a bit more than a average size room, but it is a room that is all decked out in typical living space. There is no separation between the normal day to day feel of the home, and the actual studio effect I am looking for, more on that later.
Just as an example, if you decided to video cast your broadcast for fun or for keeps, so to speak, the background while vid casting your broadcast, is something that is very important, in fact, it's important that your surroundings, vidcast or not, are ones that set you off from the rest of the house or business behind you.
I have seen many vid casts, and whether it is something as basic and well-known as the folks doing youtube video reactions, or a newscast/podcast of someone more professional, and what is going on in the background can be very distracting if it isn't handled right.
And, by handled right, I mean there should be some sort of separation between you, and the location you are in, unless you are primarily going for that homey touch like you are having a fireside chat. You can make your broadcast area comfy for yourself and make your area still look professional with the right decor, whether it be furniture, artwork, and general ambiance.
As far as I am concerned, I prefer a background that either reflects what I am speaking about, or makes it look more like a radio station, or even a sound booth. For me, and perhaps for you, it needs to set you apart so that even if you have no one viewing, you can go to the place that is setoff from your current house, or business, and where you can sit down in front of the microphone and concentrate on the broadcast.
I would recommend some sort of folding room divider. It doesnt have to be elaborate. In fact, there are easy plans for make dividers out of pvc pipe and cloth or blankets, all over the internet. But you can also buy a basic one as well. However, be aware, the prices can be crazy. See examples below, and my gosh, dont forget to get a decent ergonomic chair, you are going to be spending a lot of time sitting.