Not everybody has a large house and if you face the problem of lack of space, combining the spaces is a great idea to solve it. We’ve already shown how to incorporate a home office into a bedroom, living room and kitchen and today I’ll share another popular combo: a guest bedroom with a home office.
There are two ways to go: a seamless transition without any space division or visually separating the two zones with design and furniture or colors. You may also go for a sleeping zone with a comfy bed or in the case of extreme lack of space choose a convertible sofa that will become a bed when necessary. Let’s take a look at all the examples.
Combos With Beds
If you have enough space in the guest bedroom, spoil your guests with a real bed and visually divide the working and sleeping zones. Choose a desk in a different shade, place it by the window or next to a wall far from the bed. One more cool idea to divide these zones is making an upper level for the bed and placing the desk under it. If you can’t spend too much space on the working zone, go for a windowsill one, which is no less functional than a usual desk.
a serene and airy guest bedroom with lots of white and a vintage black desk chair to stand out
place the desk down and create an upper floor for the sleeping space to divide the zones
an airy and light bedroom with a bed and a vintage wooden desk in the corner
a woodland-inspired guest bedroom with a desk by the bed to use it as a nightstand too
a small contemporary bedroom with a sleeping space, cabinets for storage and a glass windowsill
a cozy and wlecoming guest bedroom features a small desk by the window and a modern chair
a guest bed and a home office are tied with the use of orange, which makes the space cool
a guest bedroom with a home office space with bookcases and a wooden desj by the window for comfortable working
a minimalist guest bedroom with a bed and a desk by the window is done flawless and seamless
Combos With Sofas
If your guest bedroom is very small, you should substitute a bed for a convertible sofa, which doesn’t take much space yet gives enough sleeping space at the same time. As for the desk, it can be a windowsill or even a built-in one with built-in shelves. If the room is tiny, there’s no need to separate the spaces anyhow, and there are many combos that allow placing the bed and the desk very closely, the desk can be used as a nightstand.
a built-in desk and bookshelves by the window and a daybed that becomes a sleeping space
a convertible sofa instead of a bed and a glass desk by the window for a small space
a guest bedroom with a stylish bed by the window and a glass and metal desk for working
a guest bedroom with two convertible sofas as sleeping spaces and a shared home office by the window
a modern boho space with a convertible sofa and a mid-century wooden desk by the window