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  • Jill McCarty

    Home Office Organization Keep your desk area clutter-free by installing several large shelves above it. The shelves work great for housing books and magazines. Two metal filing cabinets below the desk store important documents and keep them close at hand.

  • Bianca Uy

    Option 2 for Kid's study area: mas fun. Floating shelves. Pwede gawing playful colors (pink or browns yung shelves). Pag eto, pwede gamitin ung lumang study table na andun.

  • Julie Johnson

    Outstanding Kids Room Shelving Ideas With Kids Wall Desk Unit ...

  • Lisa Kwasnytzkyj

    Love the idea of double desks for homework station in playroom. Also love the typography painted on the wall.

  • Jenny Adair

    We love the look of this organized office space! Find more ideas here: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/organization-basics/creative-ways-to-storebooks/? socsrc=bhgpin091314storagebooks&page=2 Want these shelves in sewing room

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this would be a good way to display ever-changing inspiration pieces without making a bajillion holes in the wall!

Do this with shelving around the windows? wall shelves....this is how I want a wall in my office to be!!

Wall of books, wall of art, and a desk in between.

Not quite sure why home office spaces excite me so much. I have no real need for one, but I absolutely love this.

.... down one side of the wall. Nook, book shelf, and another nook for a 2 bedroom apartment.

i just realized that placing my desktop on a corner is pretty good for small spaces. Must take note when I design my future L shaped teak desk

Best of the Blogs: Offices Desks! (a few of my favorite bloggers are featured with their awesome workspaces!)

Perfect Office Setup Create a corner office at home by zoning a section of a larger room (such as a living room or family room) as a work zone.

Fill wall-mount pockets near your workstation with bills, items to file, and correspondence so these documents are always in plain sight.