The last time we have featured small home offices that are made out of unused curtains and hidden away with curtains. Today we are going to continue with the small home office series by featuring 10 small home offices in the kitchen!
Talking about multitasking! Not only a corner of your kitchen can be repurposed into a working space but you can also use those idle time waiting for the soup pot to boil to get some little work done!
I am not sure if you can get high concentration level for working when your home office is in the kitchen. But for us who live in small spaces, sometimes that is a sacrifice we are ready to make!
This is a unique kitchen-meets-library design. Only a small table and chair and you can already make yourself a home office in the kitchen!
Some careful planning and you can have a reasonably-space home office in the kitchen with windows allowing natural light and pretty outdoor view.
Any unused corner is a potential for a home office. You can choose table and chair that have similar style with the surrounding cupboards for a harmonious blend-in.
A tiny hidden nook can store a small working space, in this case your working corner blends in with the kitchen perfectly, even share the same kitchen surface.
Above the oven can provide plenty of space for your books, portfolios and folders. Keep the working corner simple so that it doesn’t feel too cluttered and find storage space for your office supplies around the kitchen.
This home office doesn’t only require so little space, it’s also extremely hide-able. A cabinet with drop-down door provides excellent table top surface for your notebooks and laptop and in the end of the day, you can safely hide your office away to concentrate full on family activities.
This home office was taken into account already when the owner was designing the kitchen. The home office space can easily turn back into a cooking surface if it’s not longer be used for office work.
The kitchen island can easily be turned into a kitchen home office space by adding more shelving and seating area.
A book case and writing desk blend in the kitchen beautifully by using the same paint
No corner is too small to waste
There are so many ways you can combine your work station and office supplies together in the kitchen. For example chalkboards are great for to-do task lists and also for recipes and groceries list. Or shelves can be used for both storing kitchen utensils and books and folders.
A big shelf attached to the wall can be used as a table top and for kitchen supplies storage later when you decide to move your office elsewhere. Think multifunctional and organized and you will have an ideal kitchen workstation for your home!