When you have a limited space size to create a home office, you need to try an L-shaped home office design. It is a space-saver design with an L-shaped desk that will not waste your home office space. Adding an attached bookshelf is also a great idea for your office books.
Here are 5 L-shaped home office design ideas with an attached bookshelf to inspire you.
1. Queens Residence by MASS STUDIO
The L-shaped home office design idea in Queens Residence by MASS STUDIO is about creating a functional and cozy home office at the same time. Besides the L-shaped desk, wall shelves are also designed on the wall behind the desk area as additional storage.
Photography: MASS STUDIO
2. Portal House Manly by Adriano Pupilli Architects
Portal House Manly by Adriano Pupilli Architects also has an awesome L-shaped home office design idea perfect for your tiny home office. Bookshelves are designed below the L-shaped desk and there are also built-in shelves on the wall of the room.
Photographer: Simon Whitbread
3. Stud Horse Mountain by Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects
The L-shaped home office design idea in this house is about creating an L-shaped home office with good placement to capture the stunning view outside. Stud Horse Mountain by Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects also adds wall-mounted shelves in its home office to provide additional storage.
Photography: Prentiss Balance Wickline Architects
4. Apartamento Joaquim Antunes by Tria Arquitetura
In this elegant apartment, the L-shaped home office design idea is used to create a more private home office with a wooden sliding door. Apartamento Joaquim Antunes by Tria Arquitetura has a minimalist home office with a wooden L-shaped desk.
Photographer: Júlia Ribeiro
5. Divided House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
If you love to work and enjoy the view outside your house at the same time, the L-shaped home office design idea in Divided House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects is perfect for you. The L-shaped desk is placed right in front of the floor-to-ceiling window so the awesome view outside can be seen easily while working.
Photography: John Gollings