Lifehacker reader Gordyhand recently moved his home office from the biggest room in his house to the smallest and made the most of the space downgrade with some careful planning.
Just because his office is now in a room the size of a modest walk-in closet doesn't mean he's made huge sacrifices. The space is smaller but he's using it more effectively and even has a computer tucked away in a cabinet for testing and development. If the computer stashed in a side-cabinet isn't your thing, there's always the race-car seat turns office chair.
I've recently move my office from one of the biggest rooms in the house, to the smallest. It was however a good move as I no longer needed tons of space.
When planning the new office, I started from a blank piece of paper, I wanted plenty of storage as well as a clean cable free desk. I thought about building yet another custom desk however in the end I went for an Ikea one as it was far quicker and cheaper.
You can see the build of my new desk complete with vesa mount for the cinema display here. I've used some clever cable management to allow all cables to be hidden behind the desk.
Check out the links above to see the work that went into creating his tiny office and for additional pictures of the finished product check out the link to his Flickr set below.
The Teeny-Tiny Home Office [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]