We present the most stunning little home office ideas prove that you do not have to give up on your workspace just because you live in a small space.
How to Create a Stylish Small Home Office
Do not you think you have extra space for a home office? Chances are you do. A little creativity and perhaps the elbow grease like that of Marion Alberge are enough to gain space. So, whether you’re trying to stay in a small office or busy office space, these ideas will help you create a surprisingly stylish little home office.
Changing the furniture in this small living room has created the space needed for a home office. To get the job done, Style by Emily Henderson’s experts placed the sofa against the longest wall and then the desk directly in front of the window. This has opened up an area in the center of the space, giving the room a sense of openness and freedom instead of being cramped and cluttered.
Staying all day on your bottom is not good for your health. That’s why this DIY corner workstation designed with a beautiful mess solves the problem. In summary, this project uses inexpensive wood and shelving brackets in the basement to turn an undeveloped wall into a wrap-around desk that you can use upright. When it’s time to sit down, pull out a bar stool.
To make the most of the small space, the interior designer chose a narrow, low desk. The shelves above are for storing books and a printer. The orange paint brightened the corner with an invigorating color. The best part is that when it’s time to stop working, closing the door keeps the office out of sight.
You can create a corner for your home office by using a curtain, as shown in this New York City apartment by Sheer and Company. The fabric “wall” extends over the width of the space. When closed, it separates the work area from the living room.
The maximizing features of the space make this country house customized by the decorator Megan Georgopoulos feels incredibly spacious. Here, a few shelves turn a square foot plot into a small office at home.
A floating wall unit that extends to the left side of this New York City studio also serves as a drawer storage desk. To get her married, Homepolish decorator Noa Santos had the wall painted in the same shades of white. A collection of framed prints also prevents the small workspace from becoming invasive by drawing the eyes upward.
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When a customer needs a home office in their home, the Callahan Interiors interior design company puts unused spaces in the hallway to work. An L-shaped desk optimized the area. A hanging billboard turned a spot on the wall into a gift wrapping station.
Small homes abound with space-saving solutions such as this custom designed home office. The workspace makes the most of each precious centimeter thanks to integrated storage. Check the sliding floor unit on the right that conceals a printer.