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Desk
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What currently lives on your desk that you now realize can live elsewhere? Do you have any of your own creative solutions to share?More: Turn Your Closet Into an Office9 Ways to Enjoy Your Office MoreCreate a Home Office on a ShoestringCreate a Customized Office Look without Built-Ins11 Ways to Create
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Library
Ideabooks16,731
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materials and plenty of conversation areas. Display artwork in both expected, high-traffic areas and unexpected places like bathrooms and walk-in closets; you never know when an impressionable young mind will be impacted by what they see.
“Den” — 772007
Cynthia Mason Interiors
1 Review
Portfolio
Ideabooks4,046
Questions6
15. Don't have a closet? Don't lose hope! Armoires and secretary desks can add small work spaces at home and house most of your home office necessities.
“goog pic” — yasirabbaskamal
Maria Killam
18 Reviews
Yaletown Loft
Ideabooks27,256
Questions5
a shallow desk and portable filing cabinet that, combined with the art on display, turn it into an appealing little work area.Next:How To Turn Your Closet Into an OfficeHow to Set Up a Great Workspace for TwoBudget-Friendly Home Makeover IdeasMost Popular Home Offices Added to Houzz in 2011
“Office for nook area” — deteach72
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Family Loft
Ideabooks123
Questions0
“The entry is a multifunctional space that serves three main purposes,” Horowitz says. It’s an urban mudroom, complete with coat closets, cabinets and a sofa. It’s also an office, with a built-in walnut desk and flip-up cabinet doors that conceal things like printers and paper. And because the sofa folds
“It's really cool and stylish” — ckodsi24
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
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Questions8
Dance? Wherever your passion lies, be sure that it has a place in your home. This could mean carving out a nook to write in peace, organizing a hall closet to hold your knitting projects, or simply hanging inspiring artwork and photography that reflects the loves in your life. Take a moment to jot down
“Drapery panels, white chair and side table” — ginachapman
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Basement Work Space & Laundry
Ideabooks114K
Questions23
Use every nook and cranny. Under the stairs can prove to be an ideal spot for an L-shape desk, file storage, an extra closet or built-in shelving to hold craft supplies. Look around — you may have more usable space than you think.
“Use of space of staircase” — jlmooney90
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Houzz Tour: American Traditional Warms Up a Melbourne Coastal Home
Ideabooks17,586
Questions9
bulging and you need to keep the contents, move them to a file box and store the box somewhere safe but out of the way, like on a high shelf in the closet.
“Set up” — vansomeren
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