Published on February 3, 2016

by Michelle Gage

A spare room dedicated to working from home is something most spaces can only dream about. We’re currently getting inspired by work-from-homies that got really creative with their spaces by turning closets, rather than full rooms, into productive workspaces. Scroll through our faves! 

A place for everything and everything in its place. This office closet is insanely organized.

Storing all of your items high up on shelves is one way to keep your desk clutter-free.

This minimal, yet feminine office proves that even the smallest of places can pack a punch.

Removing the closet doors helps to make this office nook feel more like a part of the rest of the room.

If you’re in need of a nifty sewing space, think no further than your closet. Adding a statement wallpaper helps to give it a little extra personality.

A tiny closet is given purpose when zoned as a place to keep your computer and mail.

Nestled in this nook, a round table serves as the perfect desk space.

Bordered with built-in cabinetry, this desk area uses a unique mix of materials to create a space you don’t want to hide.

A chalkboard wall provides an extra element to this closet-turned-office. Here, you can write on your walls!

Blue and white is always a winning combination. To house an office that makes you want to keep the closet doors open, think about sticking to two tones that mesh well with the rest of the room.

An all-white office gives your brain room to breathe. Free of clutter and distractions, this space is filled with only the essentials. 

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