Turning a full closet into a small office space is a common enough practice in many homes. This example from Country Living allows a writer to find a pocket niche to spread out their work and set up shop. I love the color scheme of this one. Note that the rear wall has wall paper to brighten up the rear of the closet. A small tin chandelier hangs from the ceiling to add a touch of elegance. The two doors are used for storage. A pegboard is mounted on one side and a corkboard on the other. The desk is a laminated board set on two rolling file cabinets. It goes to show that the use of a color wheel and a sense of style can go a long way in creating a unique office space.
4 thoughts on “Writing Spaces: Turquoise Closet Office”
I want it!
I keep eyeing the closet here in my studio. I love this color scheme. 🙂
That is so cute! I’d probably just look at it all day long if ai had that, though LOL
I love the use of peg board. That would be a great office space for a tiny apartment.