Work Space Setup & Organization (BEFORE)

Everyone of us wish to have a dream working space which is inspiring, functional, well organized and clean. Working in company cubical may hardly complete this wish. But if you work from home or you are a blogger (like me) then you can create your dream working space in the house. Now that I have bought a new office desk, I'm ready to setup the creative corner all for MYSELF!


Setting up a working space which is comfortable, organized, fresh and interesting is quite a challenging job. But I want to make this challenging work fun and what is the best way than to share my progress with you. Even though my working space will be set in a corner of a room, I'm very excited to make it my own!

But before starting the work I want to share few points which I use in every decluttering project at home. Here are they : 
The place should be,
  1. Functional first, pretty second
  2. Well organized
  3. Extra room for growing supplies
  4. Everything should have a home to go
Why I need to stick to these conditions? Well, they are most important things any interior designer or declutter expert will tell you. And the points really makes sense! Suppose you have pretty looking, inspiring workstation but you waste time in searching your regular supplies, what's the point? This will only decrease your productivity than to increase it! So to avoid any silly mistake it is good habit to take care of above four points while working on any room setup/ declutter.


Here is my work space which is a part of guest room. The only furniture that will be used is my new wooden desk. It is a desk with storage, enough to store my frequently used crafting supplies. The desk will serve as computer table, project workstation as well as a writing desk. So it has to suit all three requirements within limited space.

You must have noticed a window over the desk. So I will have enough lighting whole day and a centralized tubelight in the room will take care of evenings. Hence I won't require any table lamp exclusively for the corner.


Now let's come to storage. This table has quite good storage - a drawer, small cupboard and a open shelf. I'm planing to keep only frequently needed supplies and on-going projects in this desk storage. Apart from that there should be space for growth. So if I bring any new supplies then it should have a home to go in. This will require some smart and creative organization ideas which I'll share as the work progress.

As you see in the image above, the open shelf on left-hand side is quite dark area. I want to make it bright and beautiful. Should I add wrapping paper OR use colorful storage boxes to brighten up the shelf? What is your suggestion?

Do you have more ideas for this space? Tell me! It is a small corner space below a big window, with my small office desk standing in the corner.

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