I'm finally setting up another office. Ever since I escaped the basement dungeon, I've worked on my laptop on the couch--with the end of the sectional taken up with my reference books and notebooks, etc. (I'm talking like for the last 6 years or more). At Christmas, my son came home and said all he wanted for Christmas was the couch to be totally clear. (Well, actually, that's not ALL he wanted. He also wanted an iPhone. :)) SOOOO... he suggested I take over the dining room as an office. We rarely eat in here. It's been more of a catch-all room. So he cleared the table and moved all my "stuff."
On Tuesday, I finally went to buy things to organize the table into a desk. I already have a nice new chair. The printer has been moved. I have a framed collection of my book covers to put on the wall that was a wonderful gift! So now, I just need to get started.
This is where you come in! I need suggestions for making a dining room table into a work area.
In case it helps any, this is what I bought:
A decorative file box
3-Tier Letter holder
Mail in/out box
Pencil and paperclip holder
Can you suggest any other gadgets or ideas? How would you organize a large, flat workspace?