Rearranging to Give New Life to Your Home Office

You don't always have to spend a lot of money in order to remodel your home office. Sure, money will help matters, but as Keiiun has demonstrated, sometimes all you need is to rearrange your furniture to give your room or home office new life. Check out what he was able to do with a simple clean sweep and some hard work.

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Toy-enthusiast Keiiun loves spending time in his room, but over the last few months, it was getting to him. He knew that he had to clean sweep his home office so that he could be more productive. He went from a cramped, cluttered home office to something that wouldn't look bad in a magazine, thanks to some smart thinking and elbow grease.

The bookcases were moved to the back of the room from the front and split apart with a small dresser. A corkboard was also used to spread them apart. In order to maximize natural lighting, he moved his desk from the back of the room to right next to the window. It was placed perpendicular to the window. His work area is a lot more functional, since his bookshelves are right to the back of his workstation. His main dresser was placed against the wall to the front of his room, where his bookshelves originally were.

This allowed him to showcase some of his creations, including a piece of art that he made from discarded CD/DVDs. A lot of the work involved simply cleaning up and throwing out some of his stuff. There are some ways that he could have added some charm to his room. Adding a nice table lamp would have been a good idea. That would add some more lighting to his room, even though he already has a lamp. He could have created some more ambient lighting using IKEA LED Dioder strips. The bookshelves could have been kept together and the small dresser could be used as a night table. The extra lamp would be placed onto this to help him work from his bed or read, when he wants to.

(Images with permission: Flickr member Keiiun)