Many of you have suddenly found yourselves transitioning to a home office during this period of social distancing and feeling overwhelmed. No matter how much or how little space you have to work with, I’m here to help you create a cheerful and practical work space with these DIY Ideas for Setting Up a Home Office.
DIY Ideas for Setting Up A Home Office
I have been working out of a home office for quite a while now, so I thought I would share some of my most valuable ideas for getting organized to work at home. For inspiration, here are 13 easy, inexpensive, and practical projects to get you started. Who knows, after you get set up, you may not want to return to your corporate office.
The great thing about this Wall-Mounted Desk is it can be small or large and it won’t take up any floor space!
This Folding Laptop Writing Desk is the perfect height, and can fold up and store away when you’re not using it.
Here’s how you can create a simple (and most importantly, inexpensive) Wood Plank Desktop for about $40!
Tired of your boring home office decor? Within minutes you could give a Magazine File Box a Facelift (or a storage box)!
I saved a lot of money reusing the old. Put ‘er there fellow savers!
If you’ve seen these cute Wall Organizers and thought: “I could totally make that,” I’m here to tell you, you can!
Here are 29 hacks to help you get more organized and help you transition to a better organized home office!
This Bookrack Building Project will have you organized and will free up space in no time. The shelves are tapered and have plenty of depth for multiple books, files, or magazines.
Give a boring beige File Cabinet a SUPER cheap and quick makeover using chalk paint! I bet you can score a free file cabinet on your local buy, sell, or trade group. Or look on FreeCycle.org or Craig’s List.
I’m taking advantage of these days at home to do a big “clean out”! You’re sure to find one of these 12 DIY Storage Projects to help you organize your home useful.
This charming Cottage Style Desk and hutch is where I keep our lives organized! It takes up otherwise wasted space in the corner of our kitchen.
If you are accustomed to DIY projects, you probably amassed quite the stockpile of leftover wood. You’ll love this quick, easy, and cheap DIY iPad Holder!
What’s better than getting organized with more storage? How about combining it with additional seating! Check out this easy tutorial for how to build a Rolling Storage Seat.
Although this wall Storage System was built custom for a mudroom, you can easily adapt it for a home office!
I hope you found some of these DIY Ideas for Setting Up a Home Office helpful. Gotta run and get set up for working tomorrow from home. Good luck to all of you, especially if you have family members who like to interrupt your workflow.