Closet Revolution: Say Hello to Your Home Office Haven!

In the era of remote work and flexible schedules, the concept of a home office has become more relevant than ever. With the lines between professional and personal life blurring, creating a dedicated workspace at home has become a priority for many. However, not everyone has the luxury of a spare room to convert into an office. That’s where the closet revolution comes in!

Here’s a simple 5-step guide to help you transform your closet into an efficient and cozy workspace, your own desk in a closet if you will!

Step 1: Clear Out and Measure

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Before you begin, empty the closet completely. Sort through your belongings and decide what you can donate, discard, or relocate to create more space. Measure the dimensions of the closet to plan your office setup accurately.

Step 2: Clean and Prep

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Give the closet a thorough cleaning to create a fresh canvas for your office transformation. Patch up any holes or imperfections in the walls, and consider giving the interior a fresh coat of paint to brighten up the space. Or even more exciting some gorgeous wall paper.

Be sure to choose a color that complements your design aesthetic and promotes productivity and makes the space feel special. There couldn’t be anything worse than working in a tiny closet that looks horrible. So don’t skimp on making this feel like a special space to promote a good attitude while working there.

Step 3: Choose Furniture and Accessories

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Select the furniture and accessories you’ll need for your office. Consider these essentials:


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Choose a compact desk that fits comfortably within the closet space. Look for options with built-in storage to maximize functionality.


Pick A Comfortable Office Chair
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Opt for an ergonomic chair that provides comfort and support during work hours.


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Install floating shelves or wall-mounted storage units to keep your supplies organized and within reach.


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Proper lighting is essential for a functional workspace. Add task lighting, such as a desk lamp, to ensure good visibility.

Cable Management

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Use cable organizers or clips to keep your cords and cables neatly tucked away.

Wall Organization:

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Use that vertical space, consider a cork board, or dry erase calendar.

Step 4: Set Up the Space

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Place your chosen furniture and accessories inside the closet. Position the desk against one wall, leaving enough space for your chair to comfortably slide in and out. Install shelves above the desk for storing books, supplies, and decorations. If the closet has a sliding door, consider removing it or replacing it with a curtain to save space and improve accessibility.

Step 5: Personalize and Organize

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Add your personal touch to the diy closet office by decorating the space with items that inspire you. Hang artwork, motivational quotes, or a bulletin board to keep track of tasks and ideas. Use storage bins, trays, and organizers to keep your workspace clutter-free. Consider adding a small potted plant for a touch of greenery that can boost your mood and productivity.

Bonus Tip: Ergonomics and Comfort

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As you set up your closet office, prioritize ergonomics and comfort. Ensure that your desk and chair are at the appropriate height to prevent strain on your wrists and back. Use a monitor stand or laptop riser to achieve proper screen height. Invest in an ergonomic keyboard and mouse to support a comfortable working posture.

Enjoy The Office Space

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Transforming your closet into an office requires careful planning and organization. By following this 5-step guide, you can create a functional and stylish workspace that maximizes your available space and boosts your productivity. Remember to prioritize comfort, organization, and personalization to create a workspace that suits your needs and reflects your personal style.

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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