Designing the Home Office

Whether you’re working on a home office for a client or want to build or remodel your own, At Work At Home, a new book from Taunton Press, provides hundreds of ideas for floor plans, storage, organization and successfully integrating work with personal...

February 28, 2002

 

Whether you’re working on a home office for a client or want to build or remodel your own, At Work At Home, a new book from Taunton Press, provides hundreds of ideas for floor plans, storage, organization and successfully integrating work with personal space.

Written by Neal Zimmerman, the 234-page book covers everything from squeezing a workstation into a corner of the kitchen to building an addition to converting a garage or outbuilding into work space for one or two people. It also covers what to consider if the business likely will have visitors.

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