Be Bright, Be You
The home office design should be such that it reflects your sense of style and aesthetic. If you like bright, this uniquely feminine home office décor may be for you. Occupying a corner of an open play layout, the workstation is done up in teal in white. Overhead shelves finished in the same colours provide required storage and bring a sense of symmetry and cosiness to the space. Yellow is used as an accent colour, bringing additional brightness and pop. The desk lamp design is a great example of how you can ensure functionality but with a quirky touch.
Don’t Cut Corners
Can’t spare a room to implement all your home office ideas? Don’t wait for a larger home to turn your home office dreams into a reality. Instead look for an unutilised corner and put on your thinking cap as to how best to use it. Here a floating desk is built as an extension to an entertainment center. Some slick storage, a handy corkboard for all those reminders and notes and ete make it practical and a delight to work at.
Ain’t No Sunshine When She is Gone
Sunshine can do wonders for our health and productivity. We cannot get enough of the warm and airy look of this bedroom and home office. The room has large windows that are minimally dressed in blinds to make the most of natural light. The workstation is cunningly integrated into the side table in an unbroken line. It faces the window, ideal for enjoying the views. A cheerful colour scheme of yellow and white further enhances the cheeriness of the home office.
Invite Others For A Cuppa
A home office is your private domain, a place where you can shut out distractions. It’s pleasant, though, to be able to invite others over fo r a cup of coffee. Your significant other may join you or you would like to invite a friend over for a tete-a-tete. A welcoming sofa is exactly what you need for such occasions, as in this example. Not a fan of having visitors to your working space? The sofa is perfect for when you need a break or are battling with a particularly difficult problem at work.
Go For Natural Gold
This feminine home office décor combines two of our favourites – green and gold – transforming a simple trestle table and a few upcycled crates into a gorgeous home office. The space is brought to life by the presence of masses of greenery by way of hanging pots and succulents potted in metal pails. The green adds a lovely sense of calm to the already serene space. Brining gilded luxury are the accents of gold found in the décor such as art-work and soft furnishings. The touches of gold are kept to the minimum proving the rule that often ‘less is more’.
Pink Is The Colour For Home Office Design
No list of home office ideas for her is complete without a healthy dose of pink. If pink is your colour of choice, there are several ways you can use it. You can go all with a pink themed study or you can use pink as an accent colour. Contrast it with grey and white for a grown up and sophisticated look as in this example. Grey walls are a bold choice especially when paired with a grey couch and desk. The pink rug, star shaped cushions and pink filing systems are brilliant design elements that uplift the room no end.
Ekta is a freelance writer obsessed with good design and all things pretty. She is travelling, reading and eating her way through various cultures across the globe. Her inspiration comes from the great masters, Michelangelo, Anthony Bourdain, and Terry Pratchett. When not writing, she is crocheting, cooking or buying craft supplies.