In an ideal home, the office would be its own dedicated space of the home. There would be enough room for a big desk, conference area, and plenty of room for storage and walking. Now, let’s talk about a real home that many home offices have to share a space with another dedicated function! It is very common in today’s homes for the living room or dining room to share with the home office. Bedrooms are another room that continually gets sectioned off for home office space as well. If you’re contemplating how to share a space with a home office, try these tips.
Sharing a home office space doesn’t have to feel awkward and strange. Try using these tips to identify what areas of the space can be maximized, and which can be used for dual functions. Electronics and electrical outlets may be able to be shared with both parties, as opposed to having over cluttering of belongings. You can make the space livable with organization and your creativity. Freshome reader’s we know you love small places! Tell us how you share a room with your home office.