Don’t think you have extra space for the home office? We are here to say, yes you do. A little creativity (and maybe elbow fat) is all that is needed to carve out more space. So whether you try to press on a small desk or a full workspace, these ideas will help you prepare a stylish and surprising small home office.
Changing the arrangement of furniture in this small living room creates the space needed for the home office. To get the job done, the experts at Style by Emily Henderson put the couch on the longest wall and then placed the table right in front of the window. Doing it opening a square gap in the middle of the room makes the room feel open and airy, not narrow and crowded.
Sitting on your butt all day is not good for your health that’s why we praise the DIY corner workstation by Mess Indah. In short, their project uses cheap wood and cheap basement shelves to turn untapped walls into wraps around, high bar tables that you can use to stand. When it comes time to sit down, pull a bar stool.
To utilize the small space, interior designers choose a narrow and low table. The shelf above makes space for books and printers. Orange paint brightens the corners with a refreshing color. The best part, when it’s time to stop working to close the door makes the office invisible.
Here are some small office space decorating ideas for your comfortable workplace:
How? Are you interested in trying it? Hopefully, this article can help you in decorating small spaces for your workplace.