Are you missing an extra room to set up an office? Rest assured, the house has unsuspected places to settle a nice little work corner and perfectly equipped for your studious evenings. Under a staircase, in a cupboard or in a niche, express decoding of these spaces where you can set up an office according to your living space and your needs.
An Office Under The Stairs
Generally left abandoned or transformed into a closet, the space available under the stairs deserves our full attention. And for good reason, it offers a nice surface to install an ultra-well-appointed office area.
The staircase is away from other rooms in the house as a separate room where you can isolate yourself for work.
It can accommodate a more or less large office, but especially lower furniture on casters, which will come to rest under the lowest part of the staircase. From Craftside you can have the best choices now.
On the wall space available under the stairs, it will be possible to hang mini shelves to store your stationery or, even better, to personalize the place with a whole bunch of small decorative frames.
An Office In A Closet
Usually large sliding cupboards allow to hide from view all our little decorative items. However, the place can very well improvise into a very practical office area.
If you are the messy type, with the office option in the closet, you will no longer feel guilty about putting the mess up since everything will now be hidden from everyone’s eyes.
This space will be set up according to your needs: shelves to accommodate the filing cabinets and the printer, a magnetic wall to play the sticky notes if necessary.
Space is thus optimized to the maximum: your office does not encroach on your room, better, it is almost invisible!
The idea of the office in the closet adapts to any room in the house: living room, bedroom, or hallway.
An Office In An Entrance
An office in the entrance? Not very practical a priori, let us prove you the opposite! Depending on the dimensions of your entrance, the integration of an office with more than reasonable dimensions is quite possible. Opt for a large and tall column to cleverly accommodate a desk, shelves and cupboards.
An ultra-complete piece of furniture that benefits from a nice height under ceiling to accommodate everything you need to work. The floor space is thus little invaded by the office area.
The space is intelligently furnished with a bench with precise dimensions which is stored under the desk. So nothing obstructs the passage of the entrance.
An Office In A Corner
For hardworking souls who need a real home office pro, and therefore space, consider exploiting the angles of your rooms. If there are custom-made corner desks, notably having a part for writing and another reserved for the computer, our choice is rather on a large table on trestles.
This type of office offers a beautiful work surface and cultivates the connected worker side with this typical support that is found in architect workshops.