Placing a desk behind a sofa can create a new space, according to interior design firm Modsy’s blog.
A swivel chair and a desk lamp can make a simple office space. Another method is taking advantage of an unused nook, such as the corner of a bedroom or an area next to a fireplace.
Good Housekeeping suggests putting your office by the stairs. You can also set up a workspace in the kitchen. If you’d rather not work in a room with an existing function, repurposing a closet can be an option, too.
“People are setting up workspaces in their garages, in their bedrooms, in their spare rooms, wherever they can find the space,” Michael Ackerman, Coldwell Banker Bain Seattle real estate agent, told Realtor.com.