Everyone brings work home some time or the other. But with remote working having become mainstream across all business sectors, the importance of a well-designed home office has become more pronounced. And that’s not all a home office is used for! It is also an ideal place to pursue hobbies like reading and writing or studying. Keep your office messy and unorganised, and you’re most likely to go nowhere with your work, resulting in reduced productivity and diminished efficiency. But a well organised, craftily designed office space, on the other hand, can help you achieve your personal and professional goals more smoothly and effectively. Any environment that enhances your creativity and stimulates your intellect can be defined as the perfect working space. If you’re looking for ideas to transform your home office, here are some brilliant home office designs to inspire you:

  • Traditional Home Office

If you’ve got a dedicated study or office room, there is a lot that can be done to make it appealing. However, when it comes to home offices, it is advisable to follow the less-is-more strategy. Instead of filling your home office with multiple shelves, cabinets, and other less essential furniture, try to keep it simple with a wooden desk, two chairs, a bookshelf or cabinet, smart lighting fixtures and maybe an elegant sofa. If you wish to add some décor, make sure you pick things that blend well with the rest of the stuff or they may stand out and cause distraction. Choose a colour scheme or theme such as luxury, creative or contemporary, based on your preferences and the nature of your business.

  • Minimalistic Home Office

The best choice for someone who does not have any dedicated rooms that can be converted into a home office, minimalistic office space is something that can be created from a small corner in your living room or bedroom. If you’ve got sufficient space behind your sofa in the living room or on the opposite side of your bed in the bedroom, you can add a modern table with multiple shelves to hold your books and documents, a simple chair, and some aesthetics on and around the table and turn it into your private working area. Add a contemporary table lamp or industrial lighting fixture overhead and your cosy, little corner office is complete!

  • Green Home Office

Who doesn’t like feeling close to nature? Adding natural elements in your home office and implementing a green, nature-based theme in your working space can work wonders to improve your concentration and the quality of your work. Moreover, it doesn’t require much to decorate. Just a few green plants on and around your table, a green coloured wall piece or decor on the wall and you’re good to go.

  • Artistic Home Office

Subtle and minimalistic is not for everyone. Some of us need bold patterns and elaborate designs to inspire us to be more creative in our work. If art is your passion and inspiration, an artistic home office is what you need! From motivational quotes and dark wall colours to eccentric wall paintings and décor, there is a lot to choose from if you want to go all out. You can also mix and match and add different elements to keep things hip and versatile!

  • Vintage Home Office

If you’re somewhat of an old soul or prefer the classier, more sophisticated things in life, then a vintage home office design is perfect for you. Depending on the space available you can add vintage wooden elements like a traditional desk, a large bookshelf, a wall map or desk globe and an elegant leather sofa to your swanky office space.

Do you want to give your home office a makeover? Or do you wish to build a dedicated home office out of the extra space or room in your house? Regardless of the scale and type of your project, Exceptional Spaces can help you design and create an ideal working area in or around your home! Get in touch to learn how we can help.