In 2022, the popularity of telework is not about to run out of steam, on the contrary. The number of workers having to adapt to teleworking is higher than ever. Thus, more and more people are looking to create a space for this purpose, but the challenge is not always simple.
When possible, favoring a room entirely dedicated to the office will allow better concentration, away from the distractions of the rest of the household. However, for many, it is unfortunately impossible to sacrifice an entire room just for an office.
In those cases, the layout needs to be rethink in order to integrate the office area to the rest of the house. In order to adapt to the available space, it will be important to choose elements that will fit well together and that will not create any wasted space.
Office corner in the living room
The living room is probably the room where there is the most space available to set up your office area. By rethinking the layout, it is sometimes possible to free up enough space to install a standard office desk. For smaller spaces, it is possible to transform a bookcase or a storage unit into an office or simply attach a shelf to the wall to work on.
Work space in the kitchen
The kitchen can be a practical space for your office since it is usually one of the brightest rooms in the house. By redesigning the space, it is often possible to add a small, dedicated corner for your office.
You can also take this opportunity to refresh your kitchen !
Office in the bedroom
The bedroom is a nice alternative for those seeking tranquility. This more secluded and peaceful room will promote concentration. Being a closed room, it offers you the possibility of being completely away from the activities of the household.
Working space under the stairs
Often misused or used for storage, the space under the stairs is to be considerate when installing an office area. You will be peaceful in addition to maximizing every corner of the house!
Work corner in a wardrobe
For tight spaces, even a simple wardrobe can be fitted into an office area. You only have to close its doors to make everything disappear.