Good morning my dear friends, this morning I decided to write about how to create a stylish small home office. It’s very nice and you need a few details to refresh your home office.
In this article you can read about:
- Change Your Living Room Layout;
- Sit or Stand Workstation;
- Turn a Closet into a Home Office;
- A Family Office in the Hallway;
- Stylish Wallpaper;
- An Interior Designer’s Home Office;
- Wall-Mounted Monitor.
About what you can learn here?!
Change Your Living Room Layout-Switching up the furniture arrangement in this small living room created the space needed for a home office.
Doing so opened up square footage in the center of the space. Making the room feel open and airy instead of cramped and crowded.
Sit or Stand Workstation– In a nutshell, this project uses inexpensive wood and bargain basement. Shelf brackets to transform an untapped wall.
Turn a Closet into a Home Office– The shelving above it makes room for books and a printer. Orange paint brightened up the nook with invigorating color.
The best part is that when it is time to quit working, shutting the door keeps the office out of sight.
A Family Office in the Hallway–An L-shaped desk optimized the square footage. A hanging pegboard turned a spot on the wall into a gift wrapping station.
Stylish Wallpaper– Create a workspace you will love by incorporating elements that show off your unique style. Visit my page and find something for you.
An Interior Designer’s Home Office–The ingenious storage unit conceals all of Francis’ office essentials including a printer and modem. Making the functional space stylish was very important to the interior designer.
Wall-Mounted Monitor–Sometimes a desktop computer has a ginormous screen and takes up most of the space on top of the desk. Leaving very little room for anything else.
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