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Large contemporary home office in Sydney with white walls, medium hardwood floors, a freestanding desk and brown floor. —  Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to Key Dimensions to Keep in Mind When Planning a New Home Office10 August 2022

ShelvingEach shelf in a unit is most commonly 300 millimetres deep and 350 to 400 millimetres high, though these standard dimensions vary wildly and are commonly ignored in favour of beautiful and functional custom joinery. Built-ins such as this design, are popular and can make your home office feel intimate (while also increasing its functionality with important extras such as integrated power-points and charging drawers). These shelves nicely transition into a credenza below, along the back wall. You will need a hefty budget and plenty of space for this kind of set-up, but considering the time you’ll spend in your home office, it’s worth the investment. Overall, shelving units are generally anywhere from 300 to 600 millimetres deep.Freestanding furniture is a more affordable option that can fulfil the role of built-in shelving. Common measurements for freestanding bookshelves are approximately 1200 millimetres high for taller designs, and the width depends on the individual model, though you will be able to find almost any size you want.

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Amos Young added this to Amos' ideas24 January 2021

Like the bookshelf and the cabinetry. Room for a hidden printer, safe and filing cabinet, but still open enough to feel spacious

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