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Nowadays a lot of people work from home. Thanks to the internet that’s more than possible. Some of these people work from home all day long while others only several hours in the evening. All of them need a comfortable working space to get things done as effectively as possible. Although not many homes can have a separate room to make it a home office. That’s why it’s a good idea to come up with some creative solution to organize a compact home office in a living room, a dining room, a kitchen or even in a closet. We’ve gathered a large collection of ideas showing how you can do that. Enjoy!
A working niche doesn't have to be big. Even 30 inches wide desk can be enough.
An unused nook would be more than enough to let you to fully commit yourself to your creative practice.
Pegboards are perfect organizers for small home offices.
Elevating things could make an interior looks quite creative unique.
An ox-eye window can become a focal point of a tight alcove home office.
With contemporary storage units you can make good use of a corner space.
Taking advantage of every bit of space mean you can tuck a small home office under any staircase.
Make your home office a part of a storage wall for a more built-in look.
The writing desk is usually compact enough to fit it even into a recessed alcove.
A rugged brick wall and an all-white curtain is a cool mix you could use for a hidden working area in a bedroom.
Here is a practical layout for a very small home office that features lots of storage.
Compact home office in a living room with a bright yellow storage wall.
Dining room that serves as a working area.
Cute built-in working desk surrounded by storage units.
Futuristc long and narrow home office design.
Compact Home Office In A Closet
Compact working space on a landing area.
Cool home office right in a living room
Compact home office design for two people.
Home Office And A Dining Area With A Display Storage
Working desk behind a couch is quite space saving idea.
Small hanging desk in a hallway.
Home office could be on a kitchen especially with using smart funriture like a foldable desk
Your bed could be transformed to become a working desk.
Giving a landing area a new purpose could be a a smart decision.
Decorating small and pretty home office isn't that hard. A cute chair could be an only thing you need.
A small dormer office with built-in cabinets is definitely a way to use every once of space.
Even in a hallway you could organize a cozy working area with lots of storage.
Home office in a tiny closet won't occupy much space.
Patterned tiles and exposed brick walls are perfect decorating tools you could use for a home office.
A foldable storage unit could become a fully functional home office when necessary.
As always, IKEA's furniture is perfect for small areas.
To make your working space less dull add some colroful artworks!
A hilarious wallpaper could make even a small office cool.
In a living room your working chair could become an extra seating when necessary.
You can hide a tiny working area in a bedroom.
A simple curtain could hide your closet working corner when necessary.
Even really awkward niches could be equipped with small desks.
You can make a tiny working desk a part of your kitchen.
An attic home office could be really cute and cozy.