Home Offices Don’t Require an Extra Room
Don’t have an extra room for an at-home office? Maximize the space you have with these design solutions
Renovated workspaces allow you to stay focused on the tasks at hand, all while sustaining the comfort of working from your own home. With the majority of the population working from home, we have seen a substantial increase in home office projects. If you don’t have a designated office space in your home, there are many ways to get creative and convert underutilized space into a new, useful and organized home office. With functional design in mind, we can build custom offices to fit the needs of your unique space and lifestyle.
Consider converting a guest bedroom into an office by adding in a wall bed. Many of us have a guest bedroom in our home that has become wildly unused by infrequent visitors. A wall bed is the perfect solution for a dual-purpose room, the wall bed makes it easy to accommodate guests while also adding extra space and storage to your room. Our elegant Prussian blue wall bed and surrounding cabinetry gave this guest bedroom added purpose while also incorporating character and charm.
Oftentimes, we have to think outside of the box when designing a home office. If you are hesitant about incorporating an office due to limited space, there are ways to design and truly optimize the space without it feeling cramped. For this white office renovation, we customized the library bookcase to make room for the office desk. Rather than putting the desk in the middle of the room, we maximized the space by incorporating the desk within the walls of the custom shelving and storage area.
This redesigned space utilized an upstairs nook that sat beside the upstairs stairwell. By adding built-in cabinetry, counter space and most importantly a desk, the sitting space was reimagined to give the homeowners a useful and purposeful workplace. This small niche now embodies a modern system that helps keep business affairs organized and free from clutter.
Rather than trying to refocus countless times a day with no designated workspace, there are many ways you can get creative and transform underutilized space into a home office. Productivity has been proven to increase when having a designated space for work or school, which is why it is vitally important to make room for a home office. With the help of a design team, there are many ways you can transform any area of your home into a successful workspace while keeping your budget and lifestyle needs in mind. No matter what space you have, our custom storage solutions help create an organized setup so your home office becomes a workflow oasis to serve you and your family.
Doug Lestikow is the Vice President of Closet Factory, an industry leader specializing in custom closets, storage design and organizational solutions since 1983. Visit their page or contact Closet Factory directly at 303-690-6901 to set up an in-person or virtual appointment .
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