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Many Little Houses were built without a dedicated office space, but smart Little House dwellers have found a solution to that problem: The Cloffice.
Unfortunately for me, my house lacks decent sized closets, so a cloffice is out of the question, but I can see how this would work in many Little Houses!
Even without a closet to spare, some creative space planning can help you carve out a corner of a room to use as an office, too. See how seemlessly this office is integrated into the living room?
This built-in, under-the-stairs office is genius! Even if you aren’t handy enough to build this yourself, hiring someone to do it is a heckuvalot cheaper than adding a room on to your house!
The other type of space that seems to be missing in Little Houses is a playroom. And a quick google search of “kid friendly family rooms” really doesn’t bring many results.
But some have incorporated a play space into their living room. Behind the sofa is a great place to use for toys and toy storage.
These bookshelves could easily be filled with toys instead of books, leaving a sophisticated space for adults on one side of the room, and plenty of space to store toys when they’re not in use.
But if you don’t have space to divide your room into two zones, a play table can easily serve as a coffee table. Check out these two rooms!
I’ve loved hearing your ideas on purging, decluttering and clothes organization, and I’d love to hear what you have to say about multipurpose rooms, too. Any other unique room combinations out there?
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