I’ve tried to be reserved with the sneak peaks, but I have been dying to share our new office with y’all. It looks SO good, you guys! I hope you can find some inspiration here for your own home office/work-from-home setups.
While I obviously wanted our new office to be “pretty”, functionality and storage took top priority. Everyone in our family uses this space, so we had to make sure it worked for both Mike and me in running our businesses, but also for the boys and their homeschooling and homework. When planning this project, we immediately took to Pinterest. Um, hello INSPO! Here’s a peek at what we envisioned for our office.
Preassembled Eklipse cabinet collection
We are so impressed by how easy the Eklipse cabinets were to install. We stacked three 30-inch 2-door Perle Eklipse Base Cabinets on each end of the wall (6 units total) to create a built-in desk. We knew we would want some drawer storage. For that, we used two 15-inch 4-drawer Perle Base Cabinets.
Drawers are full extension. The entire Eklipse collection comes with top-quality hardware that is all soft close, which we all know is a must with kids. Eklipse cabinets are manufactured in Canada and all include adjustable legs, making them easy to fit any project. We used the finishing base instead of legs, so the desk wouldn’t be too high. The quality of Lowe’s cabinets is impeccable and we’re so thrilled to have them in our home.
Before I show you how far we’ve come, I’ll pause and remind you where we started.
With some DIY magic, manpower from hubs and my father-in-law, and a whole lot of love (and shopping) by yours truly, here it is today!
* Cue drum roll, please! *
Confortable home office
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