Are cords, books, office supplies, files and fax machines underfoot, in your way and everywhere else? Well, do something about it.
Take heart: Even the most cramped, inefficient home office can be transformed into a roomy, functional workspace. The right furniture--combined with a little creativity and resolve to remove any furniture that's not serving a specific purpose--can help you make the most of your home office space, no matter how tiny.
1. Make your office flexible by using modular furniture. As your needs change, simply rearrange your office furniture. Consider functionality over aesthetics.
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