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25 Home Office Nooks Under The Stairs
Many home owners face the problem of lack of space, and to help you, guys, we continue sharing the best ideas and tips to get maximum of what you have. Today’s roundup is one of these – we’ll share some ideas to squeeze a home office nook under the stairs, make it functional and comfortable for working.
If we take under the stairs home office nook, there’s nothing difficult about designing one: just place a desk, some lamps and shelves and voila, keep in mind that it should correspond with the decor around. But two main concerns are storage and light. Many home owners reject the idea of placing a home office under the stairs because of not enough light and too little space. Let’s see how to deal with that.
Let’s be honest: one table lamp won’t be enough to illuminate the whole nook and make it inviting to work. Go for some built-in lights or various layers of light to make working here enjoyable. If it’s possible, make a staircase with no risers or just remove them from the existing piece – it guarantees that your home office nook will get much light. If it’s possible, make a separate window in this home office nook, which will flood it with natural light and let you enjoy the views. One more way to go is to extend the home office from the corner a bit and place it partly there, so the light from the space around will come here, too.
an arched under the stairs home office nook with a rounded window to enjoy the views
a very simple way to bring enough light to the nook is making a small window right there
a lightweight staircase and an elegant pendant lamp make the nook light-filled and inviting
a home office gets much light thanks to the staircase with only steps and no risers
a feminine workspace with a large chandelier and an airy staircase that lets light in and looks lightweight
a Scandinavian home office nook under a staircase with no risers, with a comfy desk with much storage and a gorgeous chair
don't make risers in the stairs to let much light in and make the stairs more lightweight
make your staircase as airy as you can to let some light inside and add hanging lamps over the working space
an industrial shared workspace with a metal and wood staircase that doesn't prevent light from coming inside
a wood and metal staircase lets light in and a green floor lamp adds more light
a stylish and refined home office with a built-in desk, a leather chair, a table lamp and an artwork
another idea to brign enough color to the nook is to make it more extended to the space around
much light and lamps make the home office comfy for working and very private at the same time
Choose a functional desk with drawers – even if it’s a small floating desk, make it with a drawer for various stuff. Place various cabinets around the desk, attach some on the wall or build in some shelves, which will look airier and lightweight than bulky cabinets. The cabinets can be even attached to the wall and form a ladder themselves! Get inspired and squeeze maximum from your space!
a contemporary home office space built inside a staircase with a built-in desk, shelves and a chair
a cork board and a floating desk with a drawer inside is all you need for working
a large under the stairs home office nook is filled with light and features much storage - a cabinet and a desk
a large wall-mounted cabinet with open storage and built-in lights is a great idea for such a nook
a little built-in home office nook with a built-in desk and shelves and lights and a small stool
a small home office nook with a grey desk with drawers, a memo board and light over the desk
a vintage desk with drawers is enough for storage if you don't have that much things
an elegant masculine workspace with a built-in desk, a tall cabinet and a shelf for storage
colorful storage pieces attached to the walls serve as a staircase at the same time
if you don't need to store a lot of things and documents, some built-in shelves will be enough
sleek storage cabinets on the wall and down on the floor, and a desktop that rests on them
storage is greatly organized here with wall-mounted shelves on both sides, which is great