With more and more people choosing to work from home these days, many spare bedrooms are being turned into home offices and studies. If you don’t want to give up the spare room, it is quite possible by furnishing with some of these lovely pieces to turn one end of the dining room or living room into office space which looks good in its down time whilst still being just the job when being put to work. By using one of the hidden office cupboards, you will literally not know the computer and all its leads and gizmos are there once you close the door. If space is tight and with the technology already here, why not use your monitor as a TV when you are not working and kill two furnishing birds with one stone.
Home office and study furniture was once the ugly duckling of any furnishing range, but not anymore. With all kinds of woods, not to mention a beautifully feminine painted option in the hidden office range, there is something these days to match any interior and the home office has come out of the wilderness and right into the middle of the home.
With a leather chair or small sofa added to an elegant desk and a bookcase and filing cabinet, the study is now a room to use at any time, not just when there is work to be done. Any family would appreciate another room to give some privacy occasionally and with elegant furniture like this, there might be quite a queue at the study door!