Finding Home Office Space
offices are a new trend made possible with new technology, computers
and the internet. The problem, however, might be finding space for
your home office.
The key to finding space for your home office is to stop and take
a look around your home. You might be able to add a desk
or work space in a pantry, in a corner of your kitchen or bedroom
or even your den. With the use of armoires and cabinetry, you can
hide the clutter of your office work. You can even tuck your computer
away at the end of the day.
This space from Better Homes and Gardens utilizes an unused butler's
pantry as a home office space. It is a continuation of the kitchen
and the numerous cabinets and drawers allow for ample storage. An
area rug is used to define the space from the rest of the kitchen
as well as adding color and comfort. If you're looking to save a
little money, try auction sites like Ebay for your accessories
such as rugs, draperies, and more or take a look around your home
for items to incorporate into your new home office space.
The important thing is to remember to decorate your office space
as you would any other room of your home. Don't forget to add your
flowers and candles or your cherished pictures. Make it a comfortable
and appealing space as well as a space for work.