Blogger Stacey Blake wanted a home office of her own, but she didn’t need an entire room.

Her solution: transform a tiny hall closet into a creative workspace! See how Stacey achieved this impressive small-space renovation.

Closet-Turned-Office Transformation | west elm

“It’s a tiny space but the closet gets lots of natural light because of its location. I had an electrician wire an outlet so I would have electricity and be able to plug-in a lamp and my computer.” – Stacey Blake

Closet-Turned-Office Transformation | west elm

“Next was the wallpaper. I chose Thibaut’s Tanzania design. The counter was custom-made and painted white to match.” – Stacey Blake

Closet-Turned-Office Transformation | west elm

“The west elm Scoop-Back Chair fits the space and decor perfectly. Also, the chair’s height makes sitting for hours at the computer a comfortable experience.” – Stacey Blake

Closet-Turned-Office Transformation | west elm

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Images: Lea Hartman Photography

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Tiffany @ Triple Crème Decadence

March 18, 2014

Quirky yet sophisticated. I love the wallpaper and the curves of the chair.


March 26, 2014

Very nice! I love that it all fits in a tiny closet.

Beth and Beauty

March 26, 2014

Awesome transformation of a closet space!


March 26, 2014

love this!! such a great use of space! 🙂

Elizabeth Rubin

March 26, 2014

This is so charming and ingenious! Thanks for the inspiration.

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