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Make Room For An Office in Your Small Apartment – Organizing; Design Tips for Modern Minimalists Working From Home

Posted by RLDH on 12th Jul 2018

Given the conveniences of today’s technology, many men and women are able to work from home. Whether you’re a remote employee, a freelancer or someone who juggles parenthood with work from home employment, you’re going to need an office. While you may think you don’t have enough room in your small apartment for a home office, think again. There are a number of things you can do to accommodate a home office in your small apartment. Here are some tips, tricks and suggestions you can use when it comes to organizing home office set ups with minimal space.

Opt For A Standing Desk

Short on room and think it might be impossible to fit a traditional desk in your home office? The good new is there are modern standing desks that take up minimal room but still serve the same purpose. Offering a cradle for your laptop and a shelf for your keyboard, our Alto Stand creates a work station without taking up much space.

Organizing Your Gadgets

You’ll of course need to keep your desktop tidy, as an unkempt desk is more obvious in a small apartment. This is where desk accessories such as our Wallet Valet Tray and Walnut Phone Stand come into play. Made out of real wood and designed to store your devices in a fashionable and uncluttered manner, our desktop accessories will have you working efficiently and in style.

Keep Things Simple

When in doubt, keep things as simple as possible. There’s no need to invest in office equipment you won’t be using daily. If you can forego it, then by all means forego it. The secrets to working in a home office out of your small apartment are simplicity and minimalism.

Minimal home offices are just as functional as bigger work spaces. You simply have to think smart when designing your small home office. Use the above ideas to get started!