15+ Small Office Nooks That Work Hard
With some careful space planning and creativity, carving out space for a home office is easier than you think. From built-in desks off the kitchen to workspaces hidden behind sliding doors, these clever designers and homeowners know how to make their workspaces work, no matter how small the footprint.
Light wood shelving (which picks up on the floor’s tones) helps this workspace blend right in.
Barnboard and a pair of funky red sconces give this small office area big personality.
Soft grey wainscotting gives this desk area architectural clout.
This work station, located in a child’s bedroom, is a handy spot for doing homework.
Situated at the foot of a bed, this desk area makes up for its small footprint with a roomy desk chair.
Tiny but mighty, this office nook utilizes a mix of open and closed storage.
A desktop computer, built-in shelves and a Scandi-inspired stool turn this awkward nook into a handy workspace off the kitchen.
Two chairs and a pair of sconces make this homework space work for mulitple children.
Tucked right next to the fridge, this desk area is a practical spot for working while dinner is in the oven.
Potted plants and a bamboo-inspired chair create an indoor-outdoor vibe while you work.
Situated in a hallway off the bedrooms, this homework zone works for the whole family.
Diving artwork and a cool leather chair bring creative energy to this workspace.
This desk does double duty as a nightstand.
Nestled under a slanted ceiling, this mini desk area makes the most of a small footprint.
Sophisticated style need not be sacrificed in this sleek office area.
This workspace by the dining-kitchen area is ideal for making sure homework gets done while dinner is in the works.
Custom built-in shelving maximizes productivity in this office nook.
A simple desk design helps this work station blend into its surroundings.
Simply pull out this unique tabletop when work needs to be done.