Home Office Storage
Photo By: Michael Robinson
Look beyond office supply stores for storage units. Troy Beasley repurposes an aged chest of drawers to work as office storage in this masculine design.
Keep office supplies close at hand by choosing a desk/drawer combo. Andreas Charalambous proves that minimalist design can create an efficient office space.
Velvet Hammerschmidt Designs uses a simple bookshelf to store books, accessories and knickknacks. They've coupled it with a matching blonde entertainment center, sans television, so nothing goes unstored.
Sometimes your items are too stylish to stash away in a file cabinet. Erinn Valencich uses simple open shelving to accent the sitting area of this home office.
Randy Weinstein uses ample and interesting shelves to corral the multitude of books and supplies in this family's multipurpose office area.
Underneath It All
Built-in storage solutions are a sleek alternative to standalone units in this basement office/media room by Andreas Charalambous.
An overhead shelf is a great place to store rarely used items. Take a cue from SPI Design and match the wood of your desk with your shelf.
Easy Does It
A modern home doesn't need ornate storage units. Joshua Foss uses FSC-certified wood planks to create shelves and a counter, an easy DIY project.
Christopher J. Grubb cleverly conceals any unsightly office supplies and computer cables by creating custom storage units out of English sycamore.
Sometimes a little clutter creates an inviting and personal space. Jean Alan proudly displays books, art and sculptures from travels and personal photos on exposed shelving. Painting the shelves helps draw attention to the personal art exhibit.