Something like this might work near the laundry room. I'd like it more if the bottom drawers were big enough for hanging folders.

Kitchen Workstation

Something like this might work near the laundry room. I'd like it more if the bottom drawers were big enough for hanging folders.

I like this floating desk idea for the kitchen. -- Gotta find a way to implement this somewhere...

I like this floating desk idea for the kitchen. -- Gotta find a way to implement this somewhere...

Hidden Storage - Real-Life Redo: Home Office Makeover - Southernliving. The remaining built-in cabinet gives Scott the storage he needs, behind closed doors. Anne Turner worked with a carpenter to equip the cabinet’s drawers and shelves with sliders to enable easy access to files.     Love it?  Get it!Cabinet

Hidden Storage - Real-Life Redo: Home Office Makeover

Hidden Storage - Real-Life Redo: Home Office Makeover - Southernliving. The remaining built-in cabinet gives Scott the storage he needs, behind closed doors. Anne Turner worked with a carpenter to equip the cabinet’s drawers and shelves with sliders to enable easy access to files. Love it? Get it!Cabinet

Wow...only a lover of white kitchens but this is sexy... Not as timeless as white though.

35 Questions in 31 Days ~ Raenovate

Wow...only a lover of white kitchens but this is sexy... Not as timeless as white though.

Gray kitchen features a gray built-in desk topped with white quartz under a black chalkboard backsplash and pigeon hole cubbies next to a Viking glass front fridge.

Gray kitchen features a gray built-in desk topped with white quartz under a black chalkboard backsplash and pigeon hole cubbies next to a Viking glass front fridge.

By rotating a cabinet so that the door opens onto the corner breakfast bar instead of into the kitchen prep zone,  this homeowner was able to carve out a kitchen workstation with hidden electrical outlets and a cabinet door lined with cork board. Photo: Nathan Kirkman | thisoldhouse.com

Small and Efficient Kitchen Offices

By rotating a cabinet so that the door opens onto the corner breakfast bar instead of into the kitchen prep zone, this homeowner was able to carve out a kitchen workstation with hidden electrical outlets and a cabinet door lined with cork board. Photo: Nathan Kirkman | thisoldhouse.com

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