I have become obsessed with the shows Tiny House Living and Tiny House Nation. I love to see how creative the designers are getting the maximum storage space needed. What is a Tiny House you ask? A tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet. Tiny houses come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, but they enable simpler living in a smaller, more efficient space.
That got me thinking why couldn’t one of these tiny houses work for a home office. I want one to use for my dream office. I started searching through Pinterest for designs that my husband can build for me. I have just the spot picked out for it as well. It would be close to our outside dog Tutu but far enough away from the house that I can write in peace. Just check out my current designs on my Pinterest board.
Shutting the Door on the World
I love the idea of shutting the door on work and not letting it invade our family life. Sometimes as a blogger I just don’t know when to become unplugged. So this would be a great way to do that. Plus it would be something of my own. Not shared with anyone and people would only be allowed in only if invited.
I even have a color palate picked out for it as well. Turquoise, yellow and gray. Those are my go to colors lately. Of course I would need plenty of shelves to store all the items that I review as well my notebooks that contain all of my writing ideas as well as notes that I take from books that I am reading. It would be awesome to have a little reading nook so that I would be able to read in quiet and that would be a great place to start my morning devotions.
I would also love a cute little front porch where I can sit when it is nice outside and being able to soak up that Vitamin D. And of course no office is complete without electricity and a mini refrigerator.
The most important thing is that I need to feel comfortable in my workspace. If I am not comfortable than I won’t work there. Now how would I furnish this dream workspace. Of course I would have some fabulous pillows, an awesome chandelier and really cool accessories.