Believe it or not, a nicely designed home office can inspire you to work. A good home office has a balanced design; it consists of a study desk, some innovative shelving and comfortable furniture. Bigger home offices usually consist a small sitting area to entertain guests. It is a mixture of both casual and formal design.
The biggest advantage of home offices is that they do not have to be very rigid. You can take a small amount of liberty with the overall styling. Home offices can also showcase some personal touches, for example, you can feature you book collection in a main shelf. You can even accessorize with small trinkets and bauble – think: paperweights and penholders. Let’s get inspired by reading these 5 great home office!
1. L-Shaped and Narrow
We suggest using an L-shaped layout if your study is located in a narrow room. It will save you a lot of space and look good at the same time. This image shows a study room with an L-shaped layout. The longer half has been used for shelving and cabinetry, while the shorter half has the desk. This layout makes the space seem larger and efficient.
2. To the end
If you want a desk that is larger than you can utilize a feature wall to do that. The desk can be long so you can store all of your working essentials comfortably. This image shows a home office that has been designed on a similar concept. But the designers have added some full-length creative shelving on either side of the room to give more storage space.
3. Simple and Sweet
Sometimes, dedicating an entire room, or even an entire wall is not possible. When that is the case, then it can be great to use a small nook and design a comfy little alcove of a home office for yourself. The furniture for this kind of a small home office has to be especially efficient. This image shows a home office that has been designed in a small alcove. Despite the limited space, the furniture design and overall spacing make this home office quite desirable.
4. Twin offices
If someone in your home is also your work partner, then it can be great to have a twin office. You can have a shared working space even at home. This image shows a twin home office design. It features a shared workspace in a limited amount of space, but the design is still amazingly efficient.
5. Multipurpose home office
For those of you who are a jack of all trades, a multipurpose home office is a great choice. This kind of home office is large and roomy. It has workspace for all the preferred activities of the user. This image shows a multipurpose home office that houses a study area along with a piano alcove and a reading nook. It’s great for a user who love to read, play and work in the same space.