We are living in an era where work from home has become more and more common. But working from home does not mean sitting on the bed, sipping tea, and working. You need a dedicated place or corner for yourself to create the vibe of an office and reduce the household distractions. Therefore, we have collected the best home office ideas for you.
Asian Home Office
Inspire yourself with plenty of colors, where they provide the perfect burst of shape and structure in this office space. The mirrored cupboard adds a sense of a huge place by reflecting the space. Few improvements make quite as big as impact in the room as a bold wallpaper. The addition of gold in the chair frame, cabinet pulls, and art pieces renders the required glitz.
Coastal Home Office
If you are looking for a way to decorate the bare wall behind your study cabinet, a shiplap backdrop in a bold color (mint green in this design) can be the missing element for visual interest and texture. This study cum office with wooden cabinets/shelves, grey floor and chair, and white countertop and walls is an inspiration for people who like things minimal and coastal.
Contemporary Home Office
A clean contemporary look often shouts for the addition of grey to the design in any possible way. This room is painted in grey color from wall to ceiling. A chic freestanding office desk in a light wood tone matching the floor concludes a contemporary vibe. The white leather chair and animal skin rug make a splash against the grey room.
Craftsman Home Office
The prominent wall with musical instruments as decoratives pays tribute to the owner’s background in the music industry. The room displays wood in a variety of ways like a wooden floor, wooden accents in the ceiling, a huge wooden office desk, wooden cabinets/shelves, a wooden coffee table, and the remaining brown is infused by adding brown leather chairs.
Eclectic Home Office
A little color goes a long way in an all-white space. This eclectic home office features a bottle green couch for guests, jute flooring, an extra chair for work buddy, a black and gold wooden partition, a bulletin board, and a huge art piece for oomph.
Farmhouse Home Office
A sophisticated workplace secluded from such tempting distractions such as TV and snacks makes for a work-friendly space. Another case for getting into monochrome texture, this office goes all-in on using wood. From the table to the chairs, the wall, shelves, walls, floor, and ceiling, everything is done in wood.
French Country Style
Question: How to bring “History and Culture” to something as supremely impersonal as an office? Answer: Antiques. This classical and antique office desk, armchairs, and side table add a french country style to this modern room. The walls are kept white holding dark grey shelves and cabinets for storage.
Indian Style Home Office
This bright, light home office for two is a perfect place for a working couple to think and create. Keeping everything white plays as an advantage to keep the room bright and vibrant. Plenty of shelves have been added to maximize the storage space. The hint of wood through tabletop adds liveliness to this office.
Industrial Home Office
An industrial design works best with the accumulation of textures such as wood, leather, and exposed bricks. This study is a true example of that. Dark wooden floor and exposed brick walls are the sculptural accouterments. To complete the 1960s vibe, a wood and steel black office desk is added with a tan leather chair.
Mediterranean Home Office
A lover of nature and a profound workaholic will find this place one to die for. This home office is furnished with a vintage desk and chairs. Top to bottom everything is done in wood to keep the Mediterranean aesthetic alive. A printed rug and chandelier add a moment of delight to space.
Mid Century Modern Home Office
This cheerful space is full of sharp angles while also maintaining a lot of fun. The painted walls add pizzazz to the place. A perfect example of a mid-sized mid-century modern office with freestanding desk, light wood floor, black rug, pendant light, and hints of color here and there.
Modern Home Office
Rustic Home Office
A large rustic home office clearly states the owner’s profession. The triangular custom wood shelves are the proud bearer of the owner’s distinguished achievements and memories. The office features a freestanding desk, medium tone wood floor, white walls, velvet armchairs, and Moroccan rug.
Scandinavian Home Office
People who vouch for simplicity will be glued to this Scandinavian design. The green wall and colors through book covers are easy adds for pop energy. A simple wood plank desk covers one of the walls and provides plenty of space to work. Another wall is divided into shelves to hold your book collection and the light wood floor bless us with more authenticity.
Shabby Chic Style
An understated and sophisticated environment has been created in an otherwise over-the-top place. This study has an art deco feel with white shiplap walls, muted tones, and elegant fabrics. A purposed shabby look is given by adding reclaimed and refurbished pieces like the metal chandelier, white wood table, corner cabinetry, and used carpet.
Southwestern Home Office
What was once a stable is now a fabulous home office. Just by adding custom cabinetry like this black one here, you can uplift the natural elements like the stone wall, exposed wood ceiling, wood floor, the wood and iron table, and leather chair and recliner. The Moroccan rug adds instant color to space.
Traditional Home Office
The repetitive use of mint green color in the office chair, curtains, wall texture, rug, and chandelier makes the room captivating. The rest of the elements are kept minimal like the black study table, white shelves and wall, and light wood flooring. Placing the table by the window gives you the chance of working under natural light.
Transitional Home Office
A great combination of sleekness and color, this transitional home office is awe-worthy. The office features all-grey wall shelving and cabinetry. It has a TV for recreation, plenty of storage for your books and utilities, classic hardwood office desk, and unique guest chairs. A matching rug has been put on the light wood floor.
Tropical Home Office
If you are an art person and a vivid color lover, you don’t have to go with traditional designs. Rather add up your imagination and build a place for yourself. This island-style freestanding desk, pink painted wood floor, white walls, and all the hint of blue in the room sum up for tropical office design.
Victorian Home Office
The office is anchored by the vintage study and side table. This marvelous victorian study takes you to the golden era and gives the sense of an office of Duke and Duchess. Marvelous false ceiling with lights, leather seating, and the oakwood flooring grace the space.