A home office’s design must combine stimulation and peace, usability and beauty. The following designs show how a space can be all of these at once.
This home office from Cote de Texas features a rustic red cabinet and uses a table as a desk.
design*sponge mixes feminine details like the lace basket and white drapes with a rustic chest of drawers and saw-horse table.
The whimsical home office from apartment therapy displays a collection of font Zs, a lace banner on yellow ribbon and a single sphere lantern.
apartment therapy combines bold patterns on the rug, chair and curtain with solid metallic pillows, pastel doors and muted walls.
This home office from The Girl’s Girl exhibits a sublime quality by combining a simple white ceiling and floor with the strong curves of the couch, chairs and art.
From The Right Bank gives a home office pops of color via the cushions and the yellow textured hanging light.
Door Sixteen features a homemade desk made from a nightstand, knobs, IKEA legs and some paint.
Door Sixteen shows a home office in a small apartment — the spacious closet allows for a desk that can be hidden by closing the doors.
This dual home office from aubreyroad gives each worker a desk, drawer and pin-up space on the wall.
coco + kelley pushes the desk against the book shelves, which are covered in photos. A creative use of space!
The color combination of tan, rose and bright yellow in realliving‘s home office is chic and lively.