Multipurpose Space

A Mid-Century-Inspired Home Office

A Mid-Century-Inspired Home Office

We love the mid-century design inspiration found in this home office. The clean lines. The neutral color palette. And we love that, with this daybed, this office can double as a guest room when the need arises!

Nursery & Guest Room Combo

Nursery & Guest Room Combo

You may have lots of guests when you have a new baby, so why not make the nursery work double duty. Add a day bed for an easy solutions to extra house guests.

Guest Room Den

Guest Room Den

This TV room is a stylish and comfortable place to relax by day, and when you have guests, it effortlessly becomes a sleeping quarter. The futon pulls down into a full bed for convenient and comfy place to get a restul nights sleep!

When Two Become One

When Two Become One

The task of decorating a mix-use space can be daunting if you need to combine two rooms in one but don't want to skimp on style. An excellent solution to creating an area that is functional and fashionable is selecting light-colored furniture with slender and or simple silhouettes. These simplistic forms will give the space an open and modern chic feel and allowing you to bring two room types together seamlessly.

A Home Office Labour of Love

A Home Office Labour of Love

It seems more people are working from home than ever before. That means many people have to share a workspace with a partner, child, or roommate. To ensure you and your new office mates get off on the right foot and stay there, try picking a common interest and incorporating it into your decor. The vintage-inspired wall art in this space looks great with the shiplap. It could also be a wonderful reminder of shared interest for two science buffs or history lovers. Keeping the atmosphere at the office light and friendly.

Make Space to Relax, Or Work

Make Space to Relax, Or Work

One challenge for a mixed-use space is zoning it in a way that allows for separate functions to not interfere with one another. For example, in this room, we needed to have both an office and a living space, but we didn't want to worry about work when watching a movie, or dream of the couch when we were hard at work. To solve this dilemma, we simply placed a shelf, slightly taller than the desk, between the two spaces and Voilà, out of sight out of mind.

Homeschool Chic; Living Room Classroom

Homeschool Chic; Living Room Classroom

A homeschool set up doesn't have to feel like an elementary explosion of primary colors in your home. Especially if your children are older, you can successfully and tastefully add a working station into your living room.

Head of the Table

Head of the Table

Want to add an air of formality to your contemporary dining space? Try placing upholstered chairs at your table's head. They'll recall dinner parties of a more romantic era, making each meal feel like a fancy affair.

A Chic Multi-Purpose Home Office

A Chic Multi-Purpose Home Office

Many people don’t have the luxury of separate spaces for a home office and guest bedroom. But this room is proof that a multi-purpose space like this can be quite chic! Tucking your desk under built-in shelves creates a distinct workspace. And opting for a daybed rather than a traditional bed makes the space feel less dual-purpose when not hosting guests.

Eclectic Dining Room

Eclectic Dining Room

Using neutral chairs around the dining table is the perfect way to make a room feel open and airy. The curved edges of the chairs complement the dining table and add a touch of eclectic style to the dining room.

Cloffic Causal

Cloffic Causal

We'll say it; we are here for the cloffic trend. The combined closet-office is a low lift design solution for anyone who is tight on space but wants to up their WFH game.

Home Office And Guest Bedroom

Home Office And Guest Bedroom

Do you and your partner both need at-home work stations? And space to host guests? And only have one room in your house to spare for all these uses? Relax — you can create a multi-purpose room that suites all these needs. For hosting guests, opt for a daybed for day-to-day versatility. Then place desks across the room from each other so you each have your own workspace — but opt for matching chairs for a more cohesive look.

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