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“Five Fabulous Home Office Ideas” (www.HardwoodInfo.com)
With so many people needing to work from their homes, not to mention the uptick in home improvement projects, “Five Fabulous Home Office Ideas,” couldn’t have been timelier. Spoiler Alert: here are three of the creative ideas offered in the listicle. (Those design pros are truly amazing!)
FRESH AND MINIMAL
“In a Philadelphia house, designer Mel McDaniel uses three beech desktops, purchased at a local big-box store, to turn an alcove into a simple but effective workspace for two people. Vintage chairs, painted white, and a pair of residential table lamps complete the homey yet professional look.
OFFICE IN A CLOSET
For many homeowners, finding sufficient space for a dedicated office is a problem. One solution, even in a small apartment, is to transform a closet with hardwood built-ins. Michael K Chen Architecture shows how it’s done with this admirably compact yet surprisingly roomy example in a New York loft.
WORKING UNDER STAIRS
If you live in a multistory house, you may have a dark space under the stairs that could be made to look and function better. In Los Angeles, Hamilton Architects transform one such triangle into a bright home office with a built-in hardwood desk and a strategically placed window."