Dining Rooms, often only utilized for special occasions and holidays, can be an easy home office solution. Use space in a hutch or cabinet to hide away equipment and supplies when you aren’t working and for easy access when you are. A built-in banquette can work as a desk space during the workday and then transform to a weekend brunch buffet or evening drink bar.
The guest room/home office combination is a wonderful option. In fact, if you have a sofa that is a hide-a-bed your home office can look and feel extremely polished and professional. As always having creative storage solutions is important but you have a bit more flexibility in not needing to clear your workspace at the end of every day. Here are a couple of our favorite home office/guest room combos.
Maybe you have a storage area, nook, or closet that can be used as a home office and workspace. A double door closet or single door, even a walk-in closet will work and there are options in having doors to hide away your work or not. Transforming a closet or storage nook may be a fabulous reason to go through your “stuff” and decide what you should hold onto and what items it is time to pass on to someone else for their enjoyment. Here are a couple of great examples in making a closet into a phenomenal creative workspace.
You may find that the best option for your home office is in a portion of your living room or even in your hallway. There are a number of options for great furniture or built-ins that can make a fantastic home office in a more central location. We love the look and function of this armoire desk from Room and Board.
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