After so many years of helping people design, furnish and set up home offices, I’m still surprised when someone tells me he or she doesn’t have room for a home office.
How can that be?
In some cases size matters, but when it comes to home offices, size shouldn’t matter. Instead, it’s what you do with that space that will help you determine how productive your home office can be.
These two home offices are small and simple, yet functional. Think about it…what do you need other than a laptop, all-in-one, Internet connection and a phone, aside from clients wanting your product or service on a regular basis?
Check out these home offices and the next time you think you don’t have enough room to set up shop, think again.
This family room office-in-a-closet has plenty of storage space above and below the desktop. The pullout keyboard drawer saves desktop space and at the end of the day, it’s easy to close up shop.
This home office in the corner of a studio apartment has enough desktop space to spread out papers, with room for a printer below. The pull-out tray on the desk serves as another work surface.
How have you made the most of your home office space?