How to Make a Kitchen Office
Learn how to easily create a kitchen office using pre-made cabinets
This HouseCall took me to Tampa, Florida where Maryann Jorgenson and her husband Larry have been busy expanding and refurbishing their home ever since they moved in. The Jorgensons have taken advantage of their spacious kitchen by using one corner as a home office, where bills, mail and cancelled checks are sorted and filed. Unfortunately, it has also become the "clutter corner." my challenge was to help them create a kitchen office that would not only keep them better organized, but would also blend in well with the rest of the room.
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