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The Gorgeous Office Closet
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Friday, September 18, 2009

We’ve seen a lot of examples, recently, of the Gorgeous Office Closet. Don't know about the Gorgeous Office Closet yet? Well, the concept is simple, and quite genius: convert one of the closets in your home into your home office. And do it in the prettiest of ways. We like the idea so much we’re thinking of forgoing our actual wardrobe just so we have space to make one.

Not really. But still. Converting a spare closet into a home office is a great solution for smaller homes, or those otherwise packed wall-to-wall with stuff (read: kids, furniture, etc.)

We love the practicality of them -- they are space-saving and easy to close off. And we especially love the “delightfulness” of them -- how fun would it be to open that old closet door and discover, day after day, your own secret hideaway? (Fun! Really fun!)

Here are some examples of what we mean. Want one, don’t you? Hey, those winter coats can always fit under the bed.

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[image at top: farm4 via flickr]

Request a free consultation to convert your closet into a home office from California Closets.


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