Published on February 12, 2016

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Photography by WEEKDAY CARNIVAL

A petit shelf that doubles as a nightstand also makes for quite the comfortable desk when paired with a not-so-average office chair. 

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Photography by MYDOMAINE

A floor-to-ceiling structure that spans the width of the room provides ample desk space for two, while further reestablishing the focal point of the room.

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Photography by WEST ELM

Bookshelf, desk, cabinet? You decide. This versatile piece ingeniously conceals a makeshift home office with a single door.

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Photography by DESIGN SPONGE

File this one under: best use of ladder shelves. Mount a floating shelf on the wall to ensure stability, and anchor with a pair of the ladders.

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Photography by STADSHEM

A home office carved within a little nook makes for a rather clever use of a cozy space. A shelf that hugs the wall supports a handful of books, complementing the modular structure with a dropdown desktop.

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Photography by LIFE ON THE BALCONNY

Reserve the lower shelf of a wall-to-wall floating shelf installation as your personal home office. 

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Photography by SFGIRLBYBAY / VICTORIA SMITH

A shelf earmarked for art and plants lends a vibrantly colorful backdrop for the home office. We wouldn’t mind working from home if it meant spending a day in this exact spot. 

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Photography by APARTMENT THERAPY

Tucked in the corner of the living room beneath a dreamy built-in shelf, a wall-mounted slab of wood doubles as a mini desk space that is about as elegantly cozy as it gets. 

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Photography by MYDOMAINE
Aside from providing the room with a minimal yet fully-functional storage system, this chic shelving unit also allows one to sneak in a desk.