City studio apartmentContemporary Home Office, London
Working station is an important but normally not such a vibrant part of the interior. In this 25sqm studio it was hidden within the mirrored wardrobe to keep interior clean and uncluttered. 180 degree hinges allow doors open completely giving plenty of space for comfortable and productive work.
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2. Hide the office away. If you really can’t get your mind off work, it may be best to place your desk in a closet or cabinet so it can be completely shut away when not in use. You won’t have to feel like you’re living in your home office if the office itself is closed for business when the workday is done.
9. Opt for a hideaway office. Whether you work from home or just need a little space for dealing with personal admin, then a desk in a closet may be the perfect solution for tucking away your computer, papers and files. Building in a pullout desk, for instance, and being able to close it off behind doors means that you can quickly go from work mode to rest without having to tidy things away every day — a much better solution than working from your dining table.13 Places to Sneak In a Desk