If you are small on space, or just don’t feel like devoting an entire room for your office, sewing, or crafting space, then the cloffice might just be the answer you are looking for! I have a few cloffices in my home. Even though I have a craft room now, I still maintain a craft cloffice.
I also have a little homeschool/homework cloffice in my craft room for the boys to use.
But if you want to do the cloffice right, just look at the inspiration pics I have compiled for you! These spaces are tiny bits of gorgeousness. (Click on the picture to be taken to the source.)
Wallpaper, floating shelves, pegboard on the door, inspiration board on the other, file cabinet desk, cute chandy—it’s perfection baby!
Kelly Rae was so in love with Country Living closet that she used it as her inspiration in creating this beauty.
Removing the door and replacing it with a curtain is a great option for a very small cloffice. It frees up more space and allows you to work without feeling boxed in. Take advantage of vertical storage room and don’t forget to install good lighting. (Psst. Ikea is a fabulous resource for cloffice creating!)
Here are a few more wallpapered cloffice inspiration pictures for you:
So this one isn’t exactly a closet, but it easily could be, and I liked the use of wallpaper in combination with the fabric covered cork boards.
If you don’t want something as permanent as wallpaper, a stenciled cloffice is a wonderful option.
And here are just a few more pics that caught my eye!
I like the use of clipboards and wall organizers on her doors.