The work area does not necessarily have to become a separate workroom that would be used as a full-fledged home office, it could be just a small corner, a niche, a glazed insulated balcony, a free space below the stairs. And it’s not entirely necessary for the work area that is dedicated to paid work.
In the work area, children can prepare their lessons or housewife loving to sew can have a comfortable place for her works. It depends on the available dwelling space, on the individual needs of each inhabitant, and the level of intelligence.
Consequently, modern work areas are often installed under a high bed or simply in the living room, adjacent to the sofa, as the living room has usually the largest space, so it can accommodate more functional areas.
The pictures show a lot of good ideas that make it possible to set up a work area even in a small apartment. The work area does not even have to be permanently visible, as modern furniture solutions make it easy to hide everything in a cabinet or niche and if it is not used permanently, then open it only when it’s needed.
Some great ideas about how to set up a work area on the balcony, which can even be connected to the common premises.