Tiny workspace built inside of a closet

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If you live in a small house or apartment, space optimization is a must and one thing you can do is to convert that unused closet into an elegant workspace.

Created by Natalie Wright in Utah, this tiny workspace fits perfectly inside of a closet and with the rest of the room, thanks to the light-brown computer desk, white file cabinet and beautiful blue bookshelf above the computers. She also managed to fit two computers and two chairs — space divided by the file cabinet on the floor –. Definitely a great home office design that you can recreate or have someone else help you to build it.

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Although this is a great idea for a small space, it was never the intention as the tiny workspace is part of a larger work studio with a little more room to stretch your arms.

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Oh, here is also a picture of how the closet looked like before the transformation.

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If you have a workspace of your own to show off, share it here by sending an email at [email protected] using “featured workspace” in the subject line. Images must be at least 780×369 (you can send the images via attachment, but a hosted images in Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, etc., will be appreciated) and please include some text describing the space (e.g., the story behind the design, where the pieces came from, about the tech on the desk, etc. — you get the idea.).

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