Palma PlazaContemporary Home Office, Austin
What Houzz contributors are saying:
StudyThen there’s the old put-the-office-under-the-stairs treatment — which in this Texas example extends to more than shoving a desk in the corner and hoping for the best. Here, the desk abuts built-in cabinets, and a wooden sliding door closes it off when the work is done.
7. Unused SpaceSqueeze in a study nook. If you don’t have the luxury of a separate study or home office, you might be able to transform the area beneath your stairs into a usable space. Alternatively, embrace the awkward angles of the space and build an upholstered seat into the nook, with some shelving to hold a few essentials. Nothing is more inviting than a seating nook in an alcove — grab a good book, a hot cuppa and perhaps a furry friend for some me time.
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