- 1 With these creative workspace ideas, you can have both style and practicality.
- 2 Floating shelves
- 3 Cute corner desk
- 4 Cubbyholes
- 5 Rattan wall hangings
- 6 Built-in bench with a basket for storage
- 7 Rod for hanging baskets
- 8 Velvet chairs, mirror, and gold mirrored nightstands
- 9 Built-in desk in the window area
- 10 Wallpapered pegboard walls
- 11 Simple and cute built-in shelves with storage baskets underneath
- 12 Final Words
With these creative workspace ideas, you can have both style and practicality.
In our fast-paced world, we need to make the most of every minute, even when it comes to working. Your bedroom is likely where you do your prep before bedtime as well as where you catch up on sleep on weekends. So, it makes perfect sense to create a functional and stylish bedroom workspace within your room itself, in order to ensure that this all important work happens at home and not in the office or library.
Floating shelves are a great way to save space and keep your items organized. Keep things like loose-leaf tea, books, and decorative items in baskets so they’re not just sitting on the shelf. You can also use floating shelves to display your favorite pieces of art or accent decor. You can even change out the colors of your floating shelves if you’re looking to add color and personality to your room!
Cute corner desk
When it comes to designing a home office, you may run into issues with space constraints. Or perhaps you need something more flexible. In any case, corner desks are a great solution—they can fit into small spaces, be adjusted to different heights, and can serve multiple functions at once. Since they typically offer more work surface than other desks and tables, they’re also an ideal option for people who like to stand while working or want to make their desks the focal point of the room. Plus, in these pictures below, notice how much visual appeal these corner desks add to bedrooms.
Cubbyholes are an ideal space-saving solution for any bedroom and can be used to organize your belongings. Here are some of the reasons cubbyholes are a good idea:
- Cubbyholes take up very little space in the room and won’t detract from the design scheme.
- Cubbyholes can be used as storage spaces for belongings such as books or collectibles, or even as a place to put your keys when you come home at night.
- Cubby holes add a decorative touch to any room, since they’re usually made with wood panels that have been stained or painted in different colors.
As an added bonus, cubbies are inexpensive to make and easy enough for beginners! If you’re looking for more inspiration on how to decorate your bedroom workspace, check out these creative ideas from other DIY’ers around the web.
Rattan wall hangings
Rattan is a natural material that can be worked into many shapes, making it an excellent choice for constructing wall hangings. If you want to make your own wall hanging-inspired desk, rattan is a great option. It’s light and durable, so you can easily carry it around if you travel a lot or move frequently. Rattan is also sustainable because it comes from naturally growing vines.
Another advantage of using rattan for your desk is that you can easily reshape it if necessary. Rattan has been used in furniture design for centuries, especially in Asian and Southeast Asian cultures—it’s known for being flexible and easy to work with, so there will be no need for power tools or lumber to get the perfect shape! This means that even if you’re renting an apartment without access to saws or drills this may still work well as a solution!
Finally: because they are woven together by hand rather than machine-made like many modern furnishings these days there aren’t any parts on them which could break down over time (unlike particle board), ensuring durability while also offering peace of mind due to their lack of potential toxic fumes.”
Built-in bench with a basket for storage
Now that you’ve got a good idea of how to maximize your limited space, let’s look at some examples of chic, functional bedroom work spaces.
- Built-in bench with a basket for storage
- Bright built-in shelves
- Cozy built-in desk with skylights
Rod for hanging baskets
If you have a rod, you can hang baskets that can add a decorative touch to your workspace. You may also use it for storage purposes. Check out how this basket is used as a simple and practical décor piece for the room. It creates extra storage space, so it’s the perfect solution for people who want to keep their office supplies organized and out of sight.
Here are some more examples below!
Velvet chairs, mirror, and gold mirrored nightstands
Using a velvet accent chair is a great way to make your little office chair more comfortable and visually interesting. The luxe feel of velvet will add a whole new dimension to your room without taking up any more space than the regular chair would.
Gold mirrored nightstands add a glamorous touch to this modern workspace, but they also serve an important practical purpose: the mirror adds depth by creating the illusion that there’s more space in the room than there really is. This effect makes it look like you have an entire spare bedroom when in reality, it’s just your bedroom with someone at the desk in it!
The gold mirrored nightstands provide convenient storage space for books and supplies, while their reflective surfaces bounce light around the room to further enhance its sense of openness. It’s win-win-win!
Built-in desk in the window area
Beds always take the center stage in bedrooms, leaving other details to play a supporting role. But this built-in desk meets all the requirements of an equal player. It’s centered in the window area, above which is a wall-mounted shelf, and it has everything you need—a seat, surface, and even some plants to spruce up your workspace. The white walls let the desk’s design stand out.
It would be hard not to feel inspired while sitting at this desk. This is definitely a spot where creativity flows easily (and hopefully ideas are written down quickly before they get away).
Wallpapered pegboard walls
Pegboard isn’t just for garages. It can also be a useful and inexpensive tool for organizing accessories and home office supplies in your bedroom. If you’re not a fan of the typical unpainted pegboard look, consider adding wallpaper to the boards before installing them. If you do choose to paint your pegboard walls, you’ll want to use several coats of primer to make sure that it’s completely covered. Once the pegboard has been installed on your wall and painted or papered, it’s time to start placing hooks on the board! Make sure that you’re using hooks made specifically for pegboards—these will snap into place but can be removed easily if needed.
To maximize organization, hang larger items closer to the bottom while placing smaller accessories toward the top of each panel. This will allow easy access without causing clutter in an already limited space like a bedroom office nook might have with limited floor room or desk space available.
Simple and cute built-in shelves with storage baskets underneath
We love this practical and stylish solution. It includes an easy-to-reach shelf space for all those items we tend to keep on our desks: notebooks, pens, and other office supplies; and it also has a storage basket underneath the shelves for any items you don’t use daily, like books or magazines. The best part is that it’s fairly simple and inexpensive to build, so you can customize the size and color based on your preferences.
This solution works especially well if you are lucky enough to have windows in your bedroom, as the height of the bookshelf should be relatively low to allow natural light from the window to still fill the room. Keep in mind that you’ll want to choose baskets with open front sides, so they’re easy to reach into while working at your desk.
The bedroom workspace is a practical, effective and stylish way to work at home. It’s also an organic arrangement that won’t feel forced upon a room. The multipurpose aspect of the design works in a number of ways while also providing much needed storage space. It can prove very interesting in terms of décor, be it cool, bold or simple and neutral. Whatever you choose, it’s worth noting that your workspace will be an extension of your personality, so why not make it something to enjoy?