Apartment Therapy San Francisco | Roundup: Creating a Small Office Space
 

Apartment Therapy San Francisco | Roundup: Creating a Small Office Space

Roundup: Creating a Small Office Space How many apartments do you know that have a room solely devoted to a home office? We're drawing a blank, but in most cases a desk and chair will do just fine, and can fit in even the smallest of spaces.       The AT archives has a plethora of inspiring shots of such arrangements, along with helpful tips for creating you own work nook at home, no matter how small your apartment. Perhaps this will be the push we need to move away from the dreaded dining table/home office combo... And for more tips... Image at top: LivingEtc. Comments (8) I love all of those offices and I can definately relate to small space office... posted by wampler on February 3rd 2009 at 8:52pm view wampler's profile Super-cute lamp in the first shot! posted by starckmad2 on February 3rd 2009 at 9:01pm view starckmad2's profile Oooh, I've been searching for a lamp exactly like the one in the first shot! Does anyone know where it came from? posted by heardka on February 3rd 2009 at 9:49pm view heardka's profile Do you any have recommendations for a place to buy a small inexpensive desk? (I am looking for something that will hold my laptop and then leave a bit more space, but not much more.) posted by yuppie on February 3rd 2009 at 10:11pm view yuppie's profile Whoa! Are those RCA Building/Rockefeller Center calendars in the first photo? There's a black one and a white one on that desk. Please provide some info. on those, I've got goosebumps just thinking about them! posted by blueyes on February 3rd 2009 at 10:12pm view blueyes's profile Yuppie--dare I say Ikea? My office is in the entryway of our apartment, and I bought a very small table top from Ikea for about $20. I paired them with legs from Ikea that I already had from the previous table we made. posted by Julia B on February 3rd 2009 at 11:28pm view Julia B's profile Hi Julia, I frequently browse the Ikea website. May I ask which desk (top) you got? How sturdy is it? -Ursina posted by yuppie on Febru
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Another way to deal with lack of space is to think small. Give up your idea of getting a huge work desk with a fancy executive chair. Instead, make a desk out of a small table and conveniently-sized seat. You may not want to live this way forever but it's ideal for your twenties.

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mlemmon added this to mlemmon's Favorites
February 18, 2012
Great little modern workspace
Design.Injoy added this to for 恵宇
October 9, 2011
父母房書桌
guenni added this to guenni's Favorites
February 10, 2011
Chair
robinette added this to Living Room ideas
October 31, 2010
chair/desk mixed styles, task lamp
adelaideab added this to Office/Dining Room
October 14, 2010
fantastic lamp
skrein added this to space savers
September 20, 2010
think small and functional
Anne Souder added this to annesouder's ideas
September 13, 2010
retro desk chair
lswartzm added this to small work area
July 10, 2010
black white
buttafly22 added this to Media center
May 5, 2010
The literature organizer
atperez added this to Small Living
April 3, 2010
"Another way to deal with lack of space is to think small. Give up your idea of getting a huge work desk with a fancy executive chair. Instead, make a desk out of a small table and conveniently-sized seat. You may not want to live this way forever but it's ideal for your twenties." This may be something I should do. Seeing as my desk is the size of a wall. We'll see if it's necessary
Margaret Everton added this to Spaces That Take Some of the Work Out of Homework
September 6, 2009
You don't need a degree to know that great work space need not be gargantuan. All that is really needed is comfortable seating, a solid desk at the right height, and great lighting. This space does it all with fantastic aesthetics.
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