One of the most transformative rooms in any house is the home office. When your home office is neat, inspiring, and charming, you actually feel motivated to spend the entire day there and your work-from-home routine runs like a well-oiled machine. However, when it’s cluttered, distracting, and unattractive, you feel less inclined to be inspired. Do your best work with a home office you love!
Here are some home office ideas to inspire your own.
Anyone seeking some quiet time would love this inviting office. The workstation is situated in front of a window surrounded by plants creating a work-friendly refuge that is well-lit. Plus a little fun artwork makes your workspace delightful.
Surrounding your workspace with family photos can help keep you motivated. They are the reason you do what you do, right? Create a gallery wall and place your desk facing the photos so you can glance up and be inspired while you work. Keep it simple with neutral tones and a pop of color to keep your spirits high.
While most people prefer lighter offices, darker colors can make your office super cozy. Fill your shelves with vibrant books and spend hours working in your comfortable workspace.
Maximize your wall space, drawing on it for form as well as function. What you have is a desk thatâ€™s clearer, cleaner, and better organized and everything is easily accessible.
Feel like a boss by keeping your office traditional with a large oak desk, built-ins, and classic art. Executive-style offices will help keep your eye on the prize and always feel successful!
All you really need for a home office is available in spare corners. Your home office will feel airy and welcoming if you add a plant and some tastefully placed art to your compact desk. Creating a workspace in the living room with limited space can make your â€śofficeâ€ť feel larger while still having access to things you need to do around the house.
The design of a home office might vary greatly. It can be a whole space devoted to productivity or a nook that has been renovated with a focus in mind. The benefit of having a home office is that you don’t need a lot of extra room in your house. As long as you have a place to sit and a place to put your laptop, youâ€™re in business!
Some of the units at The Cloisters have designated spaces just for home offices (or convert an extra bedroom)! See our listings to find your next home office.