Martha Stewart office created out of unusual home spaces. " A dead-end hallway, an under-the-eaves nook, or another such charming corner can have surprising office potential." Found here: http://www.marthastewart.com/267435/clever-office-unused-space?xsc=eml_org_2012_01_17&om_rid=Dk0$lr&om_mid=_BPFXH$B8d-x0vV) Organizations Ideas, Hallways Offices, Built In, Offices Spaces, Martha Stewart, Small Spaces, Secretary Desks, Offices Nooks, Home Offices
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Cover Magnetic Boards with Pretty Fabrics Use a magnet board to organize bits and pieces in your office -- and cover it with a cool fabric. It's easy to swap fabrics around, too! (Just don't store your electronics on the magnet board.) Learn more at Martha Stewart
Unify Areas Through Color When merging pieces from different design styles, a coat of paint can easily help you unify pieces. Notice how the modern white floating shelves look right at home with the vintage desk. Originally the desk was black, but after a couple of coats of high-gloss paint we have a duo that is not only functional, but also easy on the eyes. Photo courtesy of Camila Pavone.
Beautiful home offices do more than just look pretty. They can inspire you and make you more productive.