Making Your Own Office from a Storage Closet

Nowadays many of us work a lot at home besides the activity we develop outside our house, in an institution, a factory, a school, a hospital and so on. The work on computer became indispensable and we need a perfect place where we can work quietly at home too. The amount of documents that are necessary for our work is more and more increasing and the importance of getting a place of our own becomes more and more prioritized.

Unfortunately many of us cannot afford a real big office at home although we need it. There are still some solutions which can help us get the working place we need and where we can feel comfortable enough and one of them is this brilliant idea of making an office from a storage closet. You will be amazed by the privacy and peaceful atmosphere you can get and where every item will be very close to you and nothing can bother you or make you feel uncomfortable. Here you will have a place of your own where you can work as long as you can and at the end you will be the only one that can turn off the lights and shut the doors.

Although you may think that you have not enough space you will be surprised of the multitude of things you can put in here: an Asker porcelain container hanging from a Bygel rack, a recovered office chair, a Micke moving drawer system, a magnetic board and many books. Your computer cannot be absent too like many other accessories that help you work properly.{found on honeysucklelife}

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on January 10th, 2012


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