A desk in the dressing room, a dining room-office… If you can’t transform a room at home into a work area but you need a place to telework, here you will find great alternative solutions.
1. A CAMOUFLAGED WORKSPACE
The key to this work corner that we see on the right is that it maintains the same decorative style as the shelf that presides over this space, made to measure. Light gray tone and classic details, such as the moldings on the shelf or the ribbed legs on the work table, are examples of this deliberate mimesis. A perfect and very pleasant corner from which to telecommute.
ALMOST INVISIBLE DETAILS
To achieve this camouflage effect of the work area in the living room, elements such as the table lamp have been chosen in white and light wood tones, the same as the rest of the space. Besides, a discreet framed sheet has been added that reinforces the decorative weight of this functional corner.
2. OFFICE BY DAY, DINING ROOM BY NIGHT
Interior designer Bárbara Sindreu turned her home’s dining room into an ambivalent area. Spacious, comfortable, and bright, during the day it is your workspace and the place where you meet your clients. When the day is over, it becomes the dining room.
CHANGE IN THREE, TWO, ONE … NOW!
By dressing the table, which the interior designer uses as a desk during the day, space is instantly transformed from a work area to a cozy family dining room. A good formula for teleworking if you lack extra rooms to set up an office or want to work in a more open and bright space.
3. A WORK CORNER IN THE LIVING ROOM
If you are looking for a solution to be able to telework from home without monopolizing one of the rooms or you lack space, why not create a corner in the living room? If the layout allows it – or maybe a change is worth making a change – you can place a discreet and elegant work table attached to the back of the sofa.
PLAYING HIDE AND SEEK
The key, if you choose this option for teleworking, is that the desk or work table does not protrude from the height of the sofa. In this way, it will be more camouflaged. To make it even more integrated, decorate it with elements that are in line with the rest of the decoration, in the same materials and colors.