Bryn Mawr – Custom Home University ParkTraditional Home Office, Dallas
3 children’s workstations were built-in near the kitchen table plus a couch study area.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Embrace Your Family's Natural TendenciesI always tell my clients to release the need to be perfect. This area of your home is designed to let the rest of your rooms shine, so cut yourself some slack when it comes to the office. It’s totally natural for things to pile up, but you can work with your own natural tendencies to control the chaos. For example, I have a file that is a catchall for receipts, important-looking mail and papers that cross my path but don’t need to be dealt with right away. I put things in the folder and forget them until Friday. (That’s the catch — you have to have a little discipline.) On Friday I open the folder and then sort, file or toss out everything inside. It takes about 30 minutes, but it saves me from piles of ominous papers and misplaced receipts and letters. The important thing about the system is that it works for me.