The ‘Me Space’: Finding small spots at home to call your own

  • These images released by designer Anne Sage shows a home office featuring an inviting bookshelf-filled space, enveloping the walls and the sofa in a textural stripe upholstery fabric from Crypton Home. (Anne Sage /via AP)

  • This image released by designer Anne Sage shows a home office featuring an inviting bookshelf-filled space, enveloping the walls and the sofa in a textural stripe upholstery fabric from Crypton Home. (Anne Sage via AP)

  • This image released by California Closets shows room with a built-in dresser and wraparound seating area under a wall of windows. (Eduardo Navarro/California Closets via AP)

  • This image released by Anna Popov shows a spare room that was converted to a reading room with climbing shelves and cubbies for cats to enjoy in Redmond, Wash., designed by Anna Popov. (John Granen via AP)

It’s not a “she shed” or a “man cave.” More of a “me space.”