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  • Meg Chance

    IDEA: in baby room - bookshelf between windows, desk on either side in front of windows.Turn an old bookcase into a homework station for kids. Find out how:

  • Anjeanette Pout

    multiple desks idea for small space - study area for kids

  • Helen Hauze

    Bookshelves turned into desk!.... Cute idea for kids room or small space office

  • Kate

    Small Space "office space" LOVE THIS for kids' homework desk!!

  • Aliyyah Mohammed

    small space storage and organization #smallspaces #homeoffice #turquoise

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Collaborative Space THIS IS IT, crisp, clean, with flare, and useful for both. Do you need an office for more than one person? Use a dining table as a desk and place it perpendicular to a wall so several people can sit at the table at once. This table bumps up against a wall of built-ins, which add storage. A large bookcase also works wonders for an office setup like this

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