If you don’t have an extra room to devote to a home office, here’s a simple workaround—integrate one into another room in your home! Don’t worry, we’re not talking about a computer-cluttered corner or a floor littered with paperwork. With the right furniture, you can tackle work efficiently without sacrificing your well-designed space.
Try Something Uplifting
In an apartment, condo or small living room, a lack of space can make it challenging to incorporate a home office. For a space-savvy solution, look to a lift-top coffee table
! It allows you to raise the tabletop and pull it close to you, so you can relax on your sofa
while you work on your laptop, write notes or study. Plus, lift tops often include a hidden compartment underneath the tabletop that’s perfect for storing office supplies.
To really hone in on your home office, consider adding a bookshelf
near your on-demand workstation so you can easily access important books when you need them. But try to avoid loading the shelves with rows of books. Instead, add some personal touches by mixing in some decorative accents that incorporate the colors found throughout your space.