Don't think you have the extra space for a home office? Odds are that you do.
A little creativity and perhaps some elbow grease is all it takes to carve out more room. So whether you are trying to squeeze in a small desk or a fully loaded workspace, these ideas will help you whip up a surprisingly stylish, small home office.
Change Your Living Room Layout - Switching up the furniture arrangement in this small living room created the space needed for a home office.
Turn a Closet into a Home Office - If you have a a spare closet turn it into a home office that you can close off when not needed. This is also a good way to keep office clutter behind closed doors.
Work under a staircase - If you don’t have an entire room to use as a home office, a well-defined work area is the next best thing. Add a small desk or make one from a simple shelf, or choose bespoke furniture that can be designed to work in awkward spaces.
Decorate your workspace with a plant or something green, like a wall art. You’ll need it to refresh your eyes every so often while working on the computer. Green has great healing power. It is the most restful color for the human eye; it can improve vision. Green is very restful to the eye and it's at the opposite end of the spectrum to red, which is also the most emotionally charged colour. So looking at green not gives your eyes a break, it calms you emotionally.
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