whether itâ€™s working from home, doing afew admin tasks or the kidâ€™s homework, more and more of us are looking to incorporatea study area in our home. however, very rarely do most homeowners havea dedicated room that they can simply turn into a study, so a clever use of space iskey. with thoughtful planning and creativity, almostany space in the home can be turned into a useful home office. if youâ€™ve only got a nook or small officezone to play with, make the best use of any vertical space available by building shelvingunits right up the ceiling and buy a pair of steps to access them if necessary.
also ensure that cable management and integratedtask lighting is included if youâ€™re starting from scratch with a bespoke built-in solution. donâ€™t be afraid of introducing pattern intoa small space behind a desk, as an interesting wallpaper or mural will cleverly distractfrom a messy desk and can play with the perception of space. if wallpaper isnâ€™t your thing, you coulduse a pinboard, wall-mounted clipboards or rows of curtain wire with small pegs to hangup inspirational tear sheets, photos and postcards to make an interesting backdrop to your studyarea. a real trend is to have a designated studyarea in the kitchen right now, so itâ€™s worth
making a concealed desk within the kitchenjoinery with a drop-down or pull-out desk that can be put away when not in use. itâ€™s a great location with the kitchen beingthe hub of the home ? you can watch the kids getting on with their homework while you preparethe dinner. garden rooms are also becoming a more popularsolution for creating a dedicated study space, providing peace and quiet away from the mainhouse. take a look at these 30 small home officedesign ideas.