Do you work from a home office? Surely our home offices are getting used more than ever so they may as well be beautiful. My own home office is essentially my little laptop which allows me to work just about anywhere. I also work in a spare bedroom which does not at all feel like an office as much as a cozy quiet space where I can think. Home Office Design Ideas to Inspire spotlights a variety of designs to consider.
Home Office Design Ideas to Inspire
If you work from home like I do, you may be clear about what you require to stay focused and productive. However, working from home is brand new for a lot of folks thanks to Le Pause. Let’s explore examples of beautiful home offices and possibly get inspired to improve our own.
Work Table or Desk?
There’s no reason your office furniture must include a desk. Sometimes a work table makes more sense since it can provide more surface area. Work tables can also lend an airier feel to an office than a clunky desk.
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This Ellwood-Lomax drop front desk is genius in its ability to disappear when the work day is over.
Consider the View
Situating your work area near a window may do wonders for your mood and productivity if you enjoy the view.
Modern, Vintage or a Mix?
There’s something so serenely beautiful about this next home office with its custom millwork and pale charm. Need more ideas for light grey paint colors?
Connect to Nature
A quiet, minimal, sanctuary of a spot for your desk may be just the ticket when you require calm to get business done.
I love how this home office nook is just wide enough to accommodate the desk. The monochromatic blue is also so calm and comforting.
Colorful or Calm?
We all know how color affects us psychologically, and if you’re the type who needs to feel high energy for work, than go for it!
Where to Hide Clutter?
Depending on your comfort level with clutter and your organization style, it is sometimes beneficial to hide it all away. The storage in this home office (below) is enviable!
Make it Mobile
If you work in a living space rather than a room devoted exclusively for an office, it’s helpful when your work table is mobile.
This beautifully designed study below does not feel ‘office-y’ at all, and the work area blends seamlessly.
When You Work in Digital Media
I tend to move around and am comfy working just about anywhere since my work doesn’t require file cabinets or office supplies.
I enjoy changing it up and working wherever the view is inspiring. So sometimes I’ll get cozy in the kitchen and enjoy watching woodland creatures or snow fall outside.
Ideas for a French Inspired Home Office
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