Custom Home Office Design

Get your home office experience organized with a personalize work space

Design Your Dream Home Office

Creating a home office area that suits your personal demands and storage needs, as well as your aesthetic inclinations, can be difficult and time-consuming. Creating a custom home office design can boost your productivity and lower stress, whether you run your own business, work remotely, or simply use your home office to check your email.

You may even end up loving working in your home office—and not just because it’s right down the hall—if it’s as beautiful as it is functional.

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How We Plan Your Custom Home Office

Unique Design

When it comes to creating the perfect home office, we believe that personalized is key. That's why we offer a range of options that can be customized to suit your individual work needs. From the desk to the chair and everything in between, we'll make sure that your home office is designed and built to your specifications.

Convenient Storage

Using home office cabinets, built-in office cabinets, and storage drawers, store all of your documents, books, and equipment in whatever proportions you need.

Home Office Accessories

To maximize the effectiveness of your workspace, we provide a variety of custom arrangement solutions. In addition, clutter-free workspace allows you to focus on your tasks without feeling like work. We offer a wide range of solutions to suit your needs.

Accent Lighting

Accent lighting adds functionality and ambience to your work environment.

Desk Finishes

The aim of your custom home office design is to ensure that every element is carefully considered. Your designer will observe your choices for ornamentation, finishes, and accessories before showing you these items. We provide a wide range of possibilities, including contemporary fashion.

Our Process



We would like to offer you a free in-home consultation or a video chat to learn more about your custom closet project and how we work.



We'll provide a 3D model of walk-in closet and an estimate for the cost before we start manufacturing.



Using the finest materials sourced right here in the United States and, we create each closet design.



Sit back and watch our professionals take over your dreamed walk-in closet installation.


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Why Closet Zone

That means easy, affordable, and flexible—whether you’re furnishing your home office or your business.

Manufactured in America

We manufacture all our walk-in closets in the United States to maintain the high American standard of quality, to keep jobs, to keep up with the high delivery standards, and to keep costs down.

21 Year Experience

We have over 21 years of experience in the industry and can provide you with a closet system that is perfect for your needs.

Unique Design Solution

We offer unique design solutions that will perfectly suit your needs.

5000+ Happy Customers

We are excited to keep providing the best of service to our 5000+ previous clients who have left five-star reviews!

High Quality Material Standards

We use high-quality custom closet materials and craftmanship, and stand behind every system we design and manufacture.

Professional Installation

We have the experience and expertise to get the job done right, and we always strive for customer satisfaction.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The price of building an office home can dramatically increase. On average, homes cost $20,000 to $30,000, and the variables and your ability to plan for the costs will have a significant impact on your final total.
  • Your Computer
  • High-Speed Internet
  • Access
  • Your Desk
  • Comfortable chair
  • Adequate Lighting
  • A Network Router
  • A Printer or Multipurpose Machine
  • A File Cabinet
  • Storage Needs

Different people will have different preferences based on their own individual needs and preferences. Some people may prefer an open layout with lots of natural light, while others may prefer a more closed environment with less light.

Additionally, some people may prefer an office that is big or small, while others may prefer an office that is climate-controlled. Ultimately, the best way to set up an office is to customize it to fit the individual needs and preferences of the employees.

There are a variety of home offices. Some people have given up using their spare guest room as a home office and have transformed it into one instead, while others have chosen any corner of the house as their working space – a desk in a hallway, a bay window seat, for example – and the size of most home offices really varies.

A home office might be as small as 50 square feet, which could be an unused part of the home, or as large as 150 square feet, which would function as a spare guest room. Before choosing furniture and home office organisation ideas for your designated space, first measure its size.

Standing home office desks must have a minimum width of 24 inches, a minimum depth of 18 inches, clearance at both knee and foot levels of at least 24 inches, and a minimum height of 4 inches.

The size of a home office can vary considerably, ranging from 50 to 150 square feet. However, a typical home office takes between 50 and 150 square feet. On the other hand, some people are content working in a workspace of 30 square feet, whereas others would prefer working in up to 200 square feet for storage and work.

  • Desk: Your home office desk is the focal point of your living space. You’ll need a desk to accommodate your home office’s functions, so your desk is the main fixture in your home office. Despite the fact that desks come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles, we can’t discuss all of them in this post. We believe that the size of your home office is determined by the size of the desk.
  • Chair: The chair is a typically overlooked but fundamental part of the home office. You’ll want to make sure to account for the width and size of the chair when choosing one, as it will take up a lot of room in your home office. Your chair should be positioned centrally, as it will be where you spend most of your time working from home. Don’t overlook it!
  • Storage: This category encompasses file cabinets, under desk storage, closets, shelving, and other similar furniture. If you have little space in your home office, you must be very careful when choosing office furniture. Keeping only the most necessary items in arms reach and storing everything else away can really clean up your workspace by using wall mounted shelving and closet space away from your home office.

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Please check out our free catalog to get a sense of the difference that Closet Zone makes! Our process, high-quality products, and client-service commitment are all part of the equation.