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A Fun Home Office Design Ideas

Home office design ideas for your home

Putting the fun in functionality, this multifaceted space saver is your comfort den, doll-up dresser and personal home office – all in one.

A Den Dedicated To Work, Sleep And More

We live busy lives, ones that require carrying back piles of work back home too, sometimes. Commuting to your workplace might be put to halt during weekends but those duty calls don’t usually stop. A home office is almost compulsory to have in today’s day and age – although the size of your dedicated workstation might vary according to your personal needs. What key elements make up an ideal home office?

First off, it is imperative that any design you pick must inspire productivity, keep away from distractions and act as an abode to nurture creative ideas. An environment that lets you be your most motivated self. Space doesn’t come easy and a design that makes the most of limited space is one that wins hearts (and well, an entry into your home). It is of course, difficult to have an office space blend in with your bedroom. Come to think of it, both serve completely different purposes, the opposite in fact. How do you make a single space feel like a calming paradise and a creative station – at the same time?

A design that is built to cater to multiple facets of your home office needs and more, this modern nifty home office design is also a terrific space-saver. Something that says ‘built for multiutility’ in a way that is also aesthetically pleasing to look at can be quite the task to ace. Stripes do a fabulous job to titivate a home office space – almost as if, hitting a design sweet spot. The use of black, white, grey and a pop of yellow is the perfect colour play that reads – ‘Study station but also for recreation”. Contemporary white striped tiled floors and gorgeous black and white drapes ensure enough light seeps into your home office to create a pleasant and spacious aura for your mind to be at its productive best.

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One of the striking aspects of this design is the segregation of colour. While the powder area has a yellow/grey palette scheme, the study uses different colours – that readily fit in with the other tones – but different nonetheless. This colour differentiation marks a clear distinction – making it a room that speaks all things versatility. A dandy pink and white office cabinet to store all of your office stationery so your room doesn’t look like an utter mess after a day’s work is just one of the room’s quirky attractions. A brown and black abstract study chair maintains the ‘white in everything’ colour scheme and looks stunning against a soft brown area rug. This design allows you to convert your home office seat to a comfy reading spot whenever you wish to!

A wise choice of colours, the dressing area wall displays charm in abundance, making it the perfect combination of style and suave – exactly what a powder room (or section) needs. Making use of maximum space, a large mirror etched on to the wall plays multiple roles. It’s placed in a way that receives abundant light so your fun den looks naturally spacious. You can choose to embellish the wall with artwork, but ones that are not too bright and add on to more clutter. The room has enough going all already and more will only break the charm that the design holds.

It’s not impossible to have one single room built to function as many. Infact, with space-saving ninjas such as this, the world of interior design is catering to small-space convenience every single day. Happy decorating!

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Anmol Kalro is a content writer at Design Cafe's home interiors blog.

Anmol Kalro

Anmol Kalro is a content crafter and proofreader with a fine eye for detail. Having worked with several companies as a freelance writer, she is most passionate about framing sentences on lifestyle, love, philosophy, and technology. She holds three things dear: the sea, sourdough bread, and desk duty.

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