Over the years our home office has grown from one half of a hallway table to a small closet to, currently, an entire room. While we love having our own 144-square-feet to get our 9-to-5 on, we sometimes miss the constraints of a small space. With larger space comes the urge to spread out, which ends up compressing your vast space. There's something to be said of having a small footprint. And if there's one thing we're constantly inspired by, it's the way people can turn the smallest nooks into a place of work.
Nia of Summerland Style recently shared her remodel of her home's pump house into a small home office with Design*Sponge. Her husband built a small desk that fits perfectly within the nook of the pump house. The desk is made of reclaimed wood scored via friends who were remodeling their 100-year-old home.
Nia painted both her desk and a $12 brass chandelier above the workstation a robin's egg blue. The back shelves are lined with vintage wallpaper. You can check out the whole makeover, along with Nia's settee upgrade on Design*Sponge.