24 Ideas To Organize A Freelance Workspace At Home

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Working at home has a lot of advantages but some disadvantages, too, and I’m talking not only about difficult schedule organization. Creating a home working space can be a bit tricky: should we make it more formal? How then will it look with the rest of the space? How to organize a working space if it’s not a separate room? Let’s have a look at some practical tips that may help you.

Workspaces In Different Rooms

You can make a workspace in any room of your home where there isn’t much noise or not many people because other wise it’ll be difficult to work there. More often it’s a bedroom, where you can either sleep or work, and no one will disturb you. You can integrate a working space into the room decor choosing matching furniture and accessories, or divide the working and sleeping zones with a glazed wall.

a modern Scandinavian bedroom with a workspace next to the bed, a sawhorse desk is a practical option

a modern Scandinavian bedroom with a workspace next to the bed, a sawhorse desk is a practical option

a girlish bedroom with a modern glam feel and a working space in the corner

a girlish bedroom with a modern glam feel and a working space in the corner

a masculine bedroom and a workspace separated with a glazed framed wall

a masculine bedroom and a workspace separated with a glazed framed wall

a very small and compact working space with built-in shelves by the window

a very small and compact working space with built-in shelves by the window

an additional wall with glazing is added to separate the sleeping and working space

an additional wall with glazing is added to separate the sleeping and working space

an airy neutral bedroom with a working space in the corner that may double as a makeup nook

an airy neutral bedroom with a working space in the corner that may double as a makeup nook

Living rooms are other popular rooms to place a workspace there. A small working space with built-in shelves and a built-in desk can be easily placed in such a room and integrated so perfectly that you won’t even notice it. You can highlight it with lighting, accessories and rugs if you want or make it blend with the living room. The only problem about locating a workspace in the living room is probable noise if you have a lot of pets or small kids but if you can handle it, it’s ok.

the space behind the sofa is often unused, and you can make your working space there

the space behind the sofa is often unused, and you can make your working space there

a small workspace with built-in shelves in perfectly integrated into the living room

a small workspace with built-in shelves in perfectly integrated into the living room

a long built-in desk can be put in the living room to use for the workspace

a long built-in desk can be put in the living room to use for the workspace

some built-in shelves and desk as one of them to work here

some built-in shelves and desk as one of them to work here

A kitchen may be not the most comfortable place to work but when it’s not in use – why not? Perhaps, it’s not the best idea for those who work a lot but if it’s just about a couple of hours a day- it’s fine. Order additional cabinets like those in your kitchen and use them to build up your workspace. Don’t forget about additional lighting, it’s necessary.

a kitchen with clerestory cabinets and a small workspace integrated

a kitchen with clerestory cabinets and a small workspace integrated

kitchen desk area with traditional cabinets used for document storage

kitchen desk area with traditional cabinets used for document storage

a small home office incorporated into the kitchen decor

a small home office incorporated into the kitchen decor

A – lots of light is guaranteed and you won’t be disturbed. All you need is to place a small or built-in desk and some shelves there, and a comfy chair. Enjoy the views and get inspired to work!

a small workspace in the balcony, a built-in desk and shelves with lighting

a small workspace in the balcony, a built-in desk and shelves with lighting

a modern bold workspace with enough storage and a built-in desk

a modern bold workspace with enough storage and a built-in desk

an industrial home office with a small desk, a tile floor and whitewashed brick walls

an industrial home office with a small desk, a tile floor and whitewashed brick walls

a small creative home office with a geometric built-in desk and matching shelves

a small creative home office with a geometric built-in desk and matching shelves

a minimalist home office with a large built-in shelving unit and desk

a minimalist home office with a large built-in shelving unit and desk

an industrial home office with a small desk, built-in shelves and a modern chair

an industrial home office with a small desk, built-in shelves and a modern chair

a bold anad creative home office with a unique floor and a statement wall

a bold anad creative home office with a unique floor and a statement wall

Functional Workspaces To Hide

If you can’t find a proper space or nook for your home office, no problem! Use a windowsill in any room or go for a folding desk and voila – you have a space to work! Get inspired by these ideas and organize a cool workspace wherever you want.

a long windowsill is used as a double workspace

a long windowsill is used as a double workspace

a Scandinavian bedroom windowsill is used as a home office space

a Scandinavian bedroom windowsill is used as a home office space

a folding desk space in the living room is a comfy idea

a folding desk space in the living room is a comfy idea

a folding windowsill can be used as a desk or a dining space

a folding windowsill can be used as a desk or a dining space



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