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For under $500--including my $100 flower box splurge and my $70%-0ff $75 fountain i just had to have (!) (but not shown)--I now have a home office with desk and conference space. The $10 steel tabletop plops on the plastic storage box left behind by previous resident to become cooks' worktable while 2 hanging baskets convert the table bases into privacy screens made of seasonal flowers. Color blends with building colors across the street--entirely by accident! All of this came home in the car--as per my personal rules of engagement. All I lack is a COMFY SPOT for reading--and no idea how to fit that into this 7x21 space! I should add that everything comes inside in under 5 minutes-- for windstorms (rain not an issue) and seasonal storage reasons. Armchairs stack, folding chairs fold. Carpets roll. That sort of thing. So what do I do NEXT? Many thanks!
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: allende
Created: May 11, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 43
Yes...it is in an elevator shaft! We designed this new home with a future elevator in mind if we should ever need one. (hope not!) SO, we have the shaft...but NO elevator needed yet. I decided to put my office in this space. It is perfect for my needs....I can put up my latest painting to look at while I manage my web page for my paintings!
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: BeerLuver
Created: Jun 1, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
This is the 2nd bedroom in my 2bdrm apartment. I was going to make it a guest bedroom but decided a home office/art studio would be more sufficient.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: FengShui101
Created: Jul 7, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
Our home sold in less than 60 days for $24,000 profit in three years! In this depressed market, we were never happier! The homes in our neighborhood that were for sale at the time we put our house on the market are still for sale today, nearly a year later.