Small spaces can yield big results, as these humble home offices prove. Here are five functional home work areas that fit into unassuming corners, nooks and even closets.
Above: In this home by Deborah Berke Architects, a small work space fits into a large white bookshelf; when not in use, it can be concealed behind pocket doors.
Above: A simple palette and expandable desk that tucks neatly behind the door makes this corner workspace blend in when not being used. Originally seen via Design Sponge.
Above: In this compact children’s room seen in Dwell Magazine, architects Takaharu and Yui created a workspace that boasts plenty of room to study without interfering with the bed quarters.
Above: Often used for extra shelving or storage; From the Desk of Lola designer Alexandra Loew leant a working title to this corner.
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