During the past few years I’ve featured home offices that range from traditional spaces to art studios. One type of office I haven’t included on this site, until now, is a family communication center.
For some of us, running a household can be just as challenging as running a business. Keeping that in mind, having a central place to run a home is important.
My friend, Melinda Miles, designed this room for one of her clients. This family communication center also doubles as a craft room. The owner stores her wireless printer behind one of the cabinets and uses a laptop to make it easier to work anywhere in the space. The center island, topped with granite, is perfect for creating crafts and spreading out large projects.
White upper and lower cabinets and drawers surround the room. There are also plenty of open slots and shelves to store supplies.
The owner’s favorite part of her home office is her comfortable window seat filled with patterned pillows. The owner asked for the window seat to give her a place to relax and catch up on books. She’s still waiting to find extra time to do that.