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It is a very common thing to put a desk inside your bedroom, but how can you style it correctly according to your bedroom decor? Today we are here to give you some tips, and maybe you can turn your cozy bedroom into a stylish home office too!
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Floating Window Desk
This window niche sure is admittedly pretty, but its angles created an odd nook that wasted space. Enter Pause Design, who turned this funky spot into a functional work area with a custom-built floating desk shaped to fit the space. Odd angled corners like this are awkward fits for most commercial furniture pieces, and a custom-built hanging desk like this one is the perfect solution.
Instead of trying to squeeze a traditional desk into this tiny home office, you can install a wrap-around, hanging wood counter. Doing so made more room for bookshelves and other storage solutions that were added later. The open floor space beneath a free-hanging desk or counter is perfect in small spaces, allowing chairs to move around freely and providing places to tuck file cabinets and storage boxes.
Desks for Small Spaces
Whether you moved your work from an office to home, or just need a place to web-surf, pay bills, or scan emails, you will be more productive with a well- designed office workspace. But what if you do not have room for an actual home office? It won’t be a problem if you can find the perfect small desk.
Mid-century Modern Style
Low-slung, mid-century modern furniture works in small spaces because pieces like these do not carry much visual heft. This vintage 1950s desk in a Paris apartment decorated by Marion Alberge is a terrific example. Its beautiful wood finish and compact design made it a chic fit for the small living room. A tall, vintage bookcase used to hold office supplies completes a perfectly functional home office space.
Tiny Alcove Workstation
Making every inch count in a teensy dwelling can be tricky. In this trailer home, interior designer Megan Georgopoulos rises to the challenge by filling an empty alcove in the bedroom with a tiny built-in desk and a corkboard bulletin board.
Wire Frame Shelving
A board added to an inexpensive wire frame shelving unit becomes a surprisingly stylish desk in this Swedish apartment seen on Alvhem Makleri. Wire shelving standards, brackets, and shelving can be purchased at any home goods store or home center. Anchor the backs of the shelving standards to the wall, attach some shelves and a desktop, and presto—a home office space.
Repurposed Vintage Table
We love cheap, vintage pieces loaded with character. Here, an old wood table with a beautiful patina gets put to work as a desk in this apartment. A table of almost any size can work, from a simple living room end table to a long dining room side table.
Bar-Height Corner Desk
You can also turn an untapped corner into a home office by constructing this corner desk for two. The main ingredients include plywood and some shelving brackets. If needed, a few wall shelves could also be installed above the work table.
Ghost Table With a Ghost Chair
As seen earlier, a Lucite desk is a good bet for small spaces. Adding a ghost chair as shown in this apartment will make your workspace nearly invisible.
Desk in a Closet
Thanks to inexpensive, wall-mounted shelving, this closet conceals a small desk and storage shelves. Your home office vanishes simply by closing the sliding closet door. Home storage retailers and home improvement centers offer a variety of products that can be adapted to this create a desk like this.
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