3 Easy Ways To Carve Out a Home Office in Your Mobile Home

These days more and more workers are choosing a home office rather than the typical office setting. But when you live in a mobile home that can be quite a challenge, especially in smaller homes. Just last week we shared a 1963 Budger remodel that included a storage shed that had been rehabbed into a home office. But if a storage building isn’t available you can try one of these 3 easy ways to help you carve out some workspace without taking up your valuable living space.

all images found on Pinterest.

Repurpose a Closet

Of course, closets may be sparse in mobile homes, but if you do have an extra closet you can easily change it up into a home office without losing any living space. Keep in mind, you can remove the closet doors if you want to or you can close those doors and it can remain unseen. Take a look at some of the great examples we found on Pinterest!

Shelves and drawers give you plenty of storage.
Don’t forget to make use of the doors as well.
Very classy looking.

Get Creative

If there’s one thing that mobile homeowners are familiar with it’s being creative with their space.

These space-saving double desks aren’t oversized at all.
Try repurposing those built-ins in your living room for a small workstation.

Add a Desk Space Under a Window

The space under your mobile home windows is usually a wealth of untapped space. However, it might be just right for a small desk. Not only will the window give you some extra natural light, but it will also give you home office space without taking up the room that you need for other furniture.

home office in mobile home under window
Take advantage of the wasted space under your windows.
This wall is no longer wasted.
Just right for a small desk.

When thinking of a home office for your mobile home it’s important to keep an open mind. As long as you have room for a desk and a chair you can make it work. We don’t realize how much-unused space we have until we start thinking outside the box.

If you’re still looking for home office ideas be sure to check out our Pinterest board, you are sure to be inspired.

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Kim Alley
Kim Alley

Kim Alley has been a part of Mobile Home Living since 2017 and has written over 300 articles for the site.

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