We all know home offices are the place where ideas come to life – and a good design can set the scene for a more productive you. Get inspired with the following home office designs and maybe your Monday mornings will be less painful…
Initially, interior designer Jacquelyn Clark wanted to define the office space in her Toronto apartment with wallpaper, but opted for more budget-friendly black and white painted stripes instead. It’s a dramatic backdrop for the vintage and the neighboring industrial-chic DIY pipe bookcase.
Sometimes, all you need is a simple place to put your laptop when you need it. This home office is a practical part of the room’s design. Low shelving underneath the sprawling desk area houses the owner’s many books in a space that might otherwise have gone unused. What’s so inviting about this space is the wall that’s completely covered with art.
“Replacing builder-grade light fixtures is a quick transformation that’s super high impact” says Amber Lewis, of Amber Interiors. “You can really change the look and feel of a space with a few new pendants, a chandelier or a sconce”.
If you have a little nook, you can have a workable office space. What’s lovely about this is its simplicity – all you need is a basic desk and chair. Adding corkboard to the full wall is an inspired move.
This large L-shaped desk is the perfect solution for those who need a lot of space to do their job. You can have a computer on one side and open space for crafts, drawings, or whatever else you need on the other side. Relaxing and elegant, though the light blue color of the desk lends a fun pop of color.
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