I recently had a discussion with a client about needing a home office. With a rising number of people working from home, the want/need to have a private and dedicated workspace in our homes has increased significantly. For this particular client, she is needing a private office space, but doesn't have a spare room to create a good work area. So here is what I suggested...
You can use your guest bedroom as an office space as well. This is probably a really easy way to develop that work space. You can get creative with multi-functioning furniture for your desk and still have the space warm and welcoming to your guests. If your guest room isn't very big, you can always consider getting a daybed or futon. This will open up your space, but still allow room for someone to stay if needed.
Another go-to would be to create a workspace in your dining area. There are many desks that can attach to the wall and fold out when you are needing to work, and then easily put it away when you are done. This might not be as private or quiet of an area to work, but it still gives you that designated space that you may need.
Create a "cloffice." For more about what that is, I made a post specifically about this that you can read here.
For more ideas to create a comfortable workspace at home. click here.