Utilize a small area in the bedroom or hallway as a workspace when a dedicated home office room isn't available. A simple white desk doesn't overwhelm a small space, and a floating shelf provides extra storage when floor space is scarce.
Matt and Jodi sought the help of a designer friend to give purpose to the open space just off their apartment's entry. In order to use this as a private office space, the area needed to be separated somehow from the dining and living room areas.
An attached kitchen is a must for any event space, right? Luckily, this room off the attic is equipped with a stove, oven, large sink and moveable island (or bar cart, depending on how you look at it).
Other places to look for extra space for a home office include a finished basement, an attic, or even the garage. Warm up the space with soft lighting, fireplace and colorful art, and you will soon forget that your creative studio is in the basement.
This bright white, modern bedroom features an industrial style office space. Stacks of classic, leather-bound encyclopedias and a wooden framed, antique-inspired map creates a masculine feel. Modern, glass french doors leads to a patio and allows for plenty of natural light to pour into the room.
White walls and floors help to reflect light in this converted attic office, while colorful accents keep things bright and cheery. Multicolored wallpaper adds personality to a small wall and is the perfect backdrop for assorted throw pillows. A striped runner connects the two seating areas beside a small white desk.