Small homes and apartments can lead to efficient and creative uses for space, like these closets that have been transformed into miniature offices. And if you do a lot of work at home, having a place to stash your computer, bills, projects and other paperwork can be a lifesaver in terms of work/life balance. A place you can close off in the evenings can provide a lot of much needed distance. If you've always though you don't have room for an office, take a look at these 7 inspiring spaces after the jump.
1. Walk-in Workspace
These overhead shelves are ideal for storing lots of supplies and books. Plus I love the window in the closet.
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2. Pull the Curtain
Hiding an office in a living room closet behind curtains is a brilliant for a small space.
3. Breezy Bedroom Desk
If you have to have an office in your bedroom, having a curtain you can draw so you can relax in the space would be key.
4. Pantry Turned Office
love that you can swing the dining chair around to serve as an office chair for this space.
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5.Giant Barn Door Office
If you have a little more space to work with, this sliding barn door is the perfect way to conceal a workspace.
6. Desk on Casters
If you don't have a closet to put an office in, you could always build one! I also love that the desk and matching dining table are on huge casters for extra flexibility.
7. Tiny Apartment Closet
This is the classic apartment coat closet - and it would absolutely be worth getting a coat rack to have a great space like this.
- By Jordan Ferney
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