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Camping Has Never Looked This Good

We all love the idea of getting away and spending the night out in the great outdoors, but many of us also love having a comfy bed and somewhere nice to stay warm. That's why the Beermoth is such an appealing idea.

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16 Home Offices You Wish You Could Use As A Write Off This Year

With Tuesday’s tax deadline looming, it seems only appropriate to look at something many of us have to work into our forms, the marvelous and terrifying home office. These works spaces can be an oppressive reminder of your never-ending to-do list, or a refreshing place to get away from the hustle and bustle of your home life and settle down to get things done. However you feel about your home office though, you’re likely to feel a lot better about it if it’s at least an attractive place to look at and here are a few residential workspaces we wouldn’t mind settling into.

Small And Stunning

You don’t always need a large space to get a lot done. In fact, some people just need a place to sit down and work on their computer. This closet-turned-office may not be spacious, but with its hanging bar of office supplies and beautiful blue wall paper, it’s a lovely space to get things done –especially if you’re the blogger behind IHeartOrganizing.

Under the Stairway

Usually the space under the stairs is reserved for storage, but this clever design by Sage Design Studio turns the below-the-steps space into a compact basement workstation. Of course, it’s not to say there’s no storage here -the angled areas directly below the steps themselves make for useful office storage in the form of shelves, drawers and cupboards.

Inconspicuous

Few people need full access to their office 24/7, which is the brilliance behind this space-saving design by Min Day. When in use, the wooden seat with built-in storage can be pulled out to create a comfortable desk. When the work day is done though, the seat can be pushed in, leaving a storage unit featuring an attractive open space for a computer, books and a few other knick knacks.

Via Houzz

Office Armoire

Here’s another clever hidden desk option. Just open the Seymour Office Home Armoire and pull out the keyboard tray to create a desk then close everything up when you’re done. Unfortunately, Pottery Barn discontinued the design, but it can still serve as good inspiration to repurpose an armoire you buy on Craigslist.

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