It’s easy to get into a routine in your home office. And while we’d always like to believe we get things right the first time (like Mike’s setup above), it’s often the case optimizing a room like a home office takes a bit of trial and error. Which is why it’s paramount you fiddle around with the elements in your home office to discover the best possible layout. Here’s how…
We’re pretty sure that everyone has made a fort of some kind using mattresses or their bed when they were younger. Imagine if you could easily turn that theme into a castle bed of some kind for your kids. There are plenty of different ideas available, but this one is based on an IKEA bed that’s been hacked with some MDF to give it this beautiful look.
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If you’re running out of space for your desktop, or you simply would like to have a cleaner workstation, here’s an idea that might work for you if your desk is positioned near a closet or storage space: store your computer hidden away and run the cables/wires through the wall!
Like most people, we find that keeping our desk free of clutter is a daily struggle. Sure, we clean it often enough, but it doesn’t take long for mysterious stacks of paper to appear out of nowhere. The funny thing is that if you’re diligent about it, you can quickly clean your desk without too much of a fuss if you’re ready to tackle all of those papers. The most important thing we can say is that you need to have some kind of shelving system in place to make everything work smoothly.
When you don’t have a large kitchen or enough space for all of your appliances, it’s time to get creative. You’ll have to find space where you can salvage it, optimize your kitchen for maximum efficiency, so that it works, looks good, and still doesn’t feel cramped. The placement is also important, since you don’t want the washer and dryer column towering over your dinner table.
This incredible-looking home theater room is part of a larger re-design that the architect Craig Steely completed for the Ludwig Penthouse. It’s pretty awesome and its simplicity will most likely inspire you to de-clutter your home theater area.
Large rooms and lofts are great, providing that you know what to do with so much space. It can be a daunting project, but one way to work with large room is by using room dividers. Room dividers are cool, but they tend to be similar and they don’t always work. Maybe that’s why the Dutch design studio Blooming came up with Light Facet which combines lighting and a room divider.