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.
A tiny corner was transformed into a small home office, complete with shelving and filing containers. By utilizing the vertical wall space and keeping desk accessories to a minimum, the space allows for both maximum storage and productivity.
This home office located within a bedroom features a small white desk paired with a black leather office chair. White beadboard covers the wall and closet, while a window seat provides a place for relaxing with a book.
Much of this petite home office, designed by Sett Studio, is made from their signature material called Monotread. Sustainably created out of unutilized wood chips from mills, Monotread is used for the built-in desk, the flooring and the ceiling. Check out the fun ground level window, ideal for providing light as well as privacy.
This eclectic home office shows its style with color. The chartreuse desk, white chair and floral canvas art ground the room against the more muted taupe and gray walls. The result is an organized space with lots of design flair
This spacious kitchen includes a small office space that can easily be concealed by a set of sleek sliding doors. A rust orange accent wall adds a pop of color to the otherwise neutral and brown kitchen.
A tiny, decorative mirror brings a ray of light to this compact-but-open home office. Using a glass top on a desk or table creates more perceived visual open space, adding to the sense of scale in the room. Light floors and walls keep the room feeling bright and expansive.