Mar 11, 2015
6 home office design dilemmas and solutions
6 savvy design solutions to create a functional and stylish home office.
Problem: My rental doesn’t allow me to install bookshelves in my home office, but I really love the custom lookSource: Raquel Langworthy Credits: Style at Home
You can still achieve a custom look without changing the architecture of your space. Save some money with a standard bookcase (like the IKEA Billy or Liatorp) and paint or wallpaper the back with a gorgeous print.
Problem: The wires in my home office drive me nuts and take away from my beautiful, tidy spaceSource: Tracey Ayton Credits: Style at Home
To keep things tidy in your home office, install a power bar to the back of your desk space so there’s only one cable running from the desk to the wall outlet. Also attach a hanging basket underneath the desktop to house any loose wires.
Problem: My printer is essential to my small business, but takes over my desk spaceSource: Michael Graydon Credits: Style at Home
Printers can make even the sleekest of spaces look untidy. Hide it in a deep filing cabinet next to the desk, drilling a hole in the back for the cable to run out.