Bedroom Spaces

What’s the point of changing out of your pajamas when you can stay in them all day? Turning bedroom spaces into functioning work areas has never looked so good.

image Sample Bedroom Space Work Environment

AAA can create exactly what you need in the look you want for your office space. Not too big and not too small spaces, we offer a variety of options and styles, making the result just right for whatever size bedroom space you’re working in.  We offer optional storage products that lets you decide how to best stay organized. With a variety of finishes and colors that will blend in with your current décor.  Call us today!!!

image Bedroom Space with Task Seating
image Bedroom Space with Convertible Bed
image Narrow Bed with Slim Desk
image Bedroom Space with Longer Desk
image Desks to Match Current Look of the Room
image Bedroom Space with Limited Storage

A dedicated work space in your home helps you set aside household distractions and focus on work. If you’ve had it when it comes to dreary home office spaces, listen up. Those who are short on space or privacy (i.e. roommates) needn’t look further than the room you sleep in for home workspace, and while writing emails may not be high on your list of favorite bedroom activities, these 6 above layouts of bedroom Spaces will keep you motivated and in style. Also see Tiny Spaces or Living Room Spaces

Enjoy the best of both worlds when you place a desk right next to the bed. When setting close to the head or foot of the bed, you can use your desk as a nightstand. Roll right out of bed and get to work on a paper, cozy up with a good book, or get to the keyboard in a flash. Of course, be mindful of getting enough sleep as this placement can lead to insomnia or continually being distracted by your bed.

Ideally, you should give your bed a minimum of two feet of space surrounding the sides and foot for easy access. However, if you have a little bit more room to spare, you can comfortably place a desk & chair opposite the bed. Putting a desk against a wall that is opposite your bed provides plenty of décor opportunities. Create visual interest to stay inspired and productive. Hang framed artwork, stagger plants at the sides of your desk, or use floating shelving to designate your bedroom workspace.