To be more precise:
I've decided to exchange the office part with the stock room part.
I must have been out of my mind!
Both interconnected rooms are fairly small. So now I'm trying to move shelves, paper, computers, stock, and everything else from one room to the other - more or less simultaneously.
The theory is good. Unfortunately, I'm running out of space to stack things while I move the shelves. So I'm moving around empty shelves, parked in the middle of the room, stacks of papers and office supplies, mountains of mangas and artbooks, and still trying to keep everything within the boundaries of (more or less) the two rooms alotted to my company.
I forsee a week of chaos approaching.
Hopefully, my new desk will be here on Thursday. And I ordered more shelves from IKEA, so I'm hoping that those, too, will arrive soon, so I can complete the exchange.
Why couldn't I have thought of this when I moved in?