Diy wall shelving ideas
Go for a variety of home office storage types. Shelves for books, magazine files and ornaments; drawers with file hangers for paperwork; drawers for pens; and cupboards to hide away printers or bulky items.
Select modular home office storage
A grand home office storage thought is to build an adaptable storage wall with floor-to-ceiling supports and brackets. Open storage systems love this Elfa storage system really do offer entire control over the storage space.
Not only can you get shelves of every depth, but handy pegboard-style panels, or drawers can be added too for stationery.
For more of the best home office shelving check our our buying guide.
The Novice Affordables
SUS Shelves, by MujiSHOP NOW
Modular shelving from the Japanese minimalist brand is as a simple as you’d expect. They go with everything (so feel free to stir them with some higher-end stuff), are available in wood, steel, or stainless steel, and come in varying heights and widths.
Simple to put up, simple to break below, simple on the eyes.
SVALNÄS or ALGOT systems, by IKEASHOP SVALNÄS Store ALGOT
You didn’t ponder you could finish out this article without a mention of IKEA, did you? Both the SVALNÄS and ALGOT shelving systems will set you back less than $ The ALGOT system can be used in bathrooms or other damp indoor areas, while the SVALNÄS system comes in over 16 diverse combinations. Paint the wood if you desire to customize!
Modular Shelves, by KernelSHOP NOW
Hundreds of configurations can come of the Kernal Modern system, which has shelving and desks that you can attach to the hang tracks.
The desks are particularly beautiful, with a walnut armrest contrasting with the bright white powder-coated steel.
Home office storage is key to having functional work space that you will (most of the time) feel productive in. So, whether it’s a whole room, or just a little home office in a nook in the living room, keeping this space tidy is crucial. We’ve put together some practical, but stylish home office storage ideas to guarantee a tidy desk and a tidy-ish mind.
Designing a completely new home office? Check our our guide for more advice.
Hold your home office storage flexible
Look for adaptable storage systems that can grow and be altered as your storage needs change.
Even if your work is largely paperless, the unavoidable creep of bills, post and archived documents needs to be pre-empted.
Choose adjustable shelves that can be repositioned. This allows you to maximise the available space, fitting the shelves to your items, rather than being left with wasted voids.
Turn your home office storage into a feature
Make the necessity of home office storage into something beautiful with a feature wall of shelving or pinned pictures.
This is the perfect solution for those integrating a home office in to a living room or communal space. Remember to leave plenty of space to display treasured items keeping it as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional.
Go for bespoke home office storage
Many furniture companies and joinery specialists will be capable to design and build home office storage to perfectly suit your requirements.
No matter how large or little the space is, this can be the best way to make the most of every nook and cranny of the room.
Desks can be crafted as part of the storage, creating a coordinated glance. Enquire for a combination of open shelving (for beautiful storage boxes and decorative items), as well as cupboards to hide away clutter and tech.Ask the designer to include trunking and portholes to hold that unsightly tangle of wires at bay.