25 Clever Closet Offices

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Put your closet to work! 25 Clever Closet Offices via #remodelaholic

25 Clever Closet Offices

Last month, many of us resolved to clean out our cluttered and overflowing closets and get rid of the junk. (Seriously, where does it all come from?) If you’ve succeeded in clearing out your closet and are looking for ideas of what to do with all of your newly uncovered space, perhaps these awesome closets will inspire you. These offices make the most of a small space, and are certainly a lot more fun than a place to stash your coats and luggage.

Such small spaces are the perfect place to try a dramatic look that would be too risky for your main living space. Many of these examples make great use of dramatic paint colors and graphic wallpaper. Would you give up a closet to make a pint-sized office (or “cloffice” as some call it) in your home? I’m already looking at ways I could incorporate one in my home!

Turquoise and White Office

Turquoise and White Office | I Heart Organizing via Remodelaholic

Preppy Multipurpose Office

Preppy Multipurpose Office | Apartment Therapy

Casual Closet Office

Casual Closet Office | Houzz

Chalkboard Office

Chalkboard Office | No. 29 Design

Office with Reading Nook

Office with Reading Nook | Whimages via Remodelaholic

Black and White Office

Black and White Office | A Cup of Mai

Symmetrical White Closet Office

Symmetrical White Closet Office | Mood Maybe

Stylish Floral Office

Stylish Floral Office | CNN via Apartment Therapy

Stenciled and Checkered Computer Office

Stenciled and Checkered Computer Office | The Blooming Hydrangea via Remodelaholic

Gray Striped Office

Gray Striped Office | AKA Design

Gold and White Office

Gold and White Office | Apartment Therapy

Open Gray Closet Office

Open Gray Closet Office | House of Rose

Bold Black Office

Bold Black Office | Door Sixteen

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  1. Kim says

    I’m so excited to try this. I’m somewhat disabled but miss doing my crafts and this is something I can do that gives me my own space and I can go at my own pace and not be in the middle of the house trying to hurry so any company that comes up doesn’t see it. It will literally be my own little sanctuary hole in the wall behind my curtain <3

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