If you long for a space in your home to work on the computer, study or conduct business but are limited for space, consider working a home office space into the bedroom. This is a great option if you want the space to be separate from the major living areas of your home and only require a small space. Here are some bedroom office designs that will inspire you to create your own little niche.
A small desk or table can be placed in a corner or even at the foot of the bed. A night table can double as a work space as well. If your master bedroom has a sitting area, this makes a perfect spot for a home office. When the office space is not in use, you can store papers and other necessary items in decorative boxes or dresser drawers. Built-ins provide a great option for a variety of storage and surfaces.
No room in the bedroom for an office set-up? You can turn a closet into an office with the addition of shelving. Most size closets will work and you can even turn a portion of a walk-in closet into an office. You can opt to keep the closet door or expand the space to your needs. Adding sliding panels hides the office nook with efficient style.
The guest bedroom is the perfect spot for a home office. Most people like having the versatility of a guest room when they have frequent overnight guests. However, most guest rooms go unused for long periods of time. Make use of the space by integrating an office into the room. Built-ins and daybeds or pull-out beds can be utilized to save space.
Efficient use of space is the key to having a home office in the bedroom. Whether in your personal bedroom or in a guest room, a home office can work with your needs. If you don’t have dedicated space for a home office or just want it tucked away from the living areas of the home, consider the bedroom. Multi-tasking bedrooms can be efficient and stylish.