Although this is an office, the office supplies do not take the space's focus. Instead, designers use stylish containers, a metallic file cabinet, lots of art and heavy wood paneling and cabinetry for a stately feel in the space.
A small plastic tray is perfect for organizing small office supplies. Leaving school supplies out on the desk makes them easily accessible and works as a fitting accessory for a dorm room work environment. A neutral floral sheet covers the desktop to add fun and feminine style.
This eclectic study is a colorful, fun space that features plenty of places to relax and store office supplies. Patterned Roman shades and an animal-print loveseat keep the room from feeling too serious.
Consider picking a printer stand that incorporates closed storage. This lets you create an organized printing station. You’ll want space for extra paper, new ink cartridges and old cartridges ready to be recycled.
A nook at the top of a stairwell functions well as a compact, built-in home office. Floating shelves provide storage for office supplies and decorative objects. An all-white palette on the walls, ceiling and woodwork makes the red-orange panels of the stairway accent wall stand out even more in the contemporary space.
A lacquered red dresser offers a bold pop of color against the neutral oak wall paneling and a place to store office supplies. An ultra-modern chair sits atop the sisal rug and plays off the geometric lines of the paneling with a triangular back and seat.
It has multiple levels, it rolls, it might even fit under your desk – and who cares if it’s made for cocktails? A cute bar cart like this can be a great solution for your office supplies other essentials. You could even make the top into a coffee station.