Designing Your Home Office

Designing Your Home Office

While you’re working at home, you need a space dedicated to your work that’s breathable, comfortable, quiet, and designed just for you. So how can you design a functional and striking home office? Here are some things to consider: Location Choose a part of the house that’s quiet or more private, ideally a room with a door and natural light. For added privacy and accessibility consider installing your home office adjacent to your bedroom. Wherever you decide to put your office, make sure it’s a place you can remain focused. Equipment One of the benefits of designing a home office is the level of personalization that’s available. Whether you want a stand up desk or a large table, you can tailor your office space to your dream. After you install your technology, plug everything into a power strip behind your desk so the cords are hidden for a safer and cleaner look. Invest in an elegant ergonomic-friendly chair so your eyes and body are protected while you work. Decoration You need a space that’s comfortable and stylish. Choose overall neutral colors like white, grey, tan, and ivory. These neutrals aren’t distracting and can be paired with your favorite accent color...
In-Home Office Design Inspiration

In-Home Office Design Inspiration

Designing your in-home work space can seem like a lot of work with little reward: you’re just going to do work there anyway, so what’s the point in making it pretty? If you spice up your office with your own unique aesthetic, however, you could feel more comfortable, motivated, and happy while you type all day. Read on for some of our favorite, trendy office designs. Minimalist This design means exactly what it says — minimalist. A modern and chic trend now, this design adds more than just a clean room to your home. Maintain a clutter-free desk to keep you focused and allow you to think clearly and creatively. A simple mason jar with a flower, a single desk drawer with only sticky notes and pens, and a versatile drawer that functions as a file organizer — these are some ideas to get you started. Minimalism will prevent distractions from getting in the way of your to-do list, and you’ll be able to do your best work, efficiently and effectively. Bohemian In stark contrast to minimalism, this style offers lots of creativity and allows you to embrace your inner “free spirit.” Use lots of green plants, flower pots, photos...