10 Home Office Styles We Love

The number of people telecommuting in the U.S. has increased 115% between 2005 and 2015. Today, 9 million U.S. employees work from home at least half of the time. If you are one of these people, you can’t underestimate the importance of having a nice-looking office space to get down to work in. You should be setting up shop in an area that is functional, personalized, and makes you feel good every day.

Need a little inspiration for designing your work space? Check out some of our favorites below:

 

1. Going Green

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We love the simple, clean, and alive vibe of a modern desk space with greenery. If you can’t be outdoors, bring the outdoors inside!

2. Warm, Cozy, and Clean

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Bright neutrals mixed with warm wood tones render a positive and productive environment—setting the stage for the perfect work space.

3. Oh So Shelf-ish

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Utilizing shelving for books and art pieces can prevent a room from feeling cluttered and allow for maximum functionality.

4. Eclectically Modern

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These futuristic, clean styles make for inspiring work spaces. Modernism keeps the door open for possibilities and innovation. Stay inspired!

5. Brick on Brick on Brick

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Brick has a way of immediately adding a “cool” factor. You can’t go wrong with a trendy yet classic brick look—ask your local hipster.

6. Modern Farmhouse

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A modern room saturated in cowhide makes such a statement! It’s inviting and boldly powerful. The sign on the door would undoubtedly read: Strong Work Ethic Only!

7. Small Spaces

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Living in a city and/or a small home can make procuring a work space seem impossible. Don’t be discouraged! The smallest of areas can be more functional than you’d imagine, and yield the greatest use.

8. Celebrity Office Space: Who Did It Better?

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Jennifer Aniston (left) and Gwyneth Paltrow (right) have amazing work zones! Because hiring a designer can be expensive, we love to use these images for inspiration and design strategy.

9. Country Farmhouse

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Country living creates such a distinct and adorned style. Whether you are actually in the country or in a suburb, wood textures and rustic pieces never go out of style!

10. Masculine Zone

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Calling all men! Darker hues mixed with leathers and wood are an easy and effective way to create a “no girls allowed” workspace.

By | 2018-03-02T11:03:22+00:00 March 2nd, 2018|Categories: DIY, Misc|Tags: , , |

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