If you don’t mind keeping all of your clothes in a dresser or hanging somewhere else, then a closet office might be a great option for you. But what about all that other stuff you keep in your closet?
If matching style is not something you are able to pull off because you already have a pair of nightstands with one of them being vintage and another modern, then think of a finish that unifies them.
And when you don’t have a room to call your home office, figuring out where to put a desk can be a serious challenge. The den? The bedroom? Where else? Well, if you’re willing to sacrifice some storage space, then the closet could be your solution. These maximize space in small rooms and actually look really great!
We’ve covered a lot of hanging ideas so far for open concept closets, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take advantage of other structures or areas of your room that can create a frame for your clothing storage.
You know, bins and boxes of things that need to be stored away and only brought out once in a while? With the right shelving, you can still make it work. Either keep the original top shelf in there, or bring in some new shelves to maximize all that space above your desk.
These are perennial favorites across the world – from small attic and studio apartments to dorm rooms all over the globe. Just because you are short on space and wish to maximize the square footage does not mean that you need to sacrifice style, and these ingenious IKEA bedroom compositions showcase precisely that.
Is your closet ridiculously small? Even if you have nothing but a very shallow section of the wall carved out that could barely be considered a reach-in closet, there’s still hope for turning it into an office space. Take a look at what some homeowners and apartment renters were able to do with their teeny tiny closets below.
If you have an old ladder lying around, don’t throw it out! You might just be able to turn it into an interesting looking and functional storage piece for your open concept closet.