Do you need a home office? Well, no need a grand office table, just at least a decent table and a chair where you can read and write or open your laptop.

And do you have an awkward space inside your house that is quite tiny that you don’t know what to do with it?

I have some solutions for two of your problems above. You can make use of the awkward space into a nice sanctuary of yours and the tiny space into a functional space. Both problems become two advantages.

Since i dont know what kind of awkward and tiny space you got in your house, so i made some common settings that we ussually find.

First setting is the little space we find by the staircase on the second floor.

Usually people only put a big vase of plant or just leave it empty. But actually it’s a potential space for mini office. And the good thing is when you work at second floor, you still aware of what happening downstair through the void.

Here’s what you can do to create your own home office in a tiny awkward space inside your house. You can add a simple hanging wood panel to serve as a table. The panel can be built into the railing wall. On top of the wall you can add smaller wood panel to hold all your books. Then find a confy chair to complete your home office. You can also hang a  wall organizer or a board to suite your working needs. Below sketch may described more for this first setting.

home off 1

There you can see that it takes only a tiny space where you can squeeze in your home office and change the awkward space becomes meaningful for you.

I still have several settings in my mind to create your own home office in a tiny awkward space inside your house, but i haven’t prepare the sketches. So, i will show it to you on my next post.

See you very soon!

Always be creative!
















Posted by:mel

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