How to create a workable home office in a small space

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Small offices do not need to be purely functional; there's always room for design interest and things you love.

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Small offices do not need to be purely functional; there’s always room for design interest and things you love.

Many people spend an increasing amount of time on home-based work. Even if you’re not actually working from home, you’ll probably need an area for a computer, somewhere for paying bills, a place for kids to do homework or a space for hobbies or creative pastimes.

Find a niche

The good thing is that you don’t need a big space to create a workable home office and it doesn’t need to be dominated by chunky computer equipment. With technology becoming increasingly miniaturised, cordless and portable, a slimline computer can fit neatly on something as small as a wall-hung shelf.

Wasted space under the stairs is converted into a home office, and the doors can be closed to hide the mess.

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This creative work space has become a display piece in itself.

Office furniture doesn't have to be dull - a bright pink chair makes this workspace feel fun.

This home office is tucked unobtrusively in a little nook, with a wooden desk built to match the rest of the home.

 

Shelving above the desk makes the most of the wall space.

 

 Wasted space under the stairs is converted into a home office, and the doors can be closed to……….

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