When I say home-office, the brain just pops up so many ideas and images that’ll look cute in anyone’s home. There are so many things you can do to change the whole game, even the smallest details make the biggest impact.
What we have to keep in mind here are the important aspects of a home office. First of all, it needs maximum natural light, it needs proper furniture according to the person whose gonna use it. And last but not least, the decor. This is the part that will either make it or break it. Oh, it’s okay, you can’t really mess it up that bad. By the way, a good knowledge of angles, proportions, placements, color combinations, and an eye for details is a must for someone who wants a wow factor. Minimal or not, there’s no rule here since you’re your own boss at home, and you can literally go crazy with it.
We have some pictures for you that might inspire you in some ways, and we will also show you how they have smartly and accurately designed the home-office spaces. If you pay attention you might learn a few things. So let’s just get started, shall we?
1. Yes, the natural light I was talking about.
This one has a minimal vibe but not too extreme. The big plant right in the corner ties the whole look of the area together.
2. If you are a person who designs and sews, you’re gonna love this one.
The board on the wall is so clever. Its called a display wall, very easy for the person to see his/her items exactly where they are.
3. Modern but classic at the same time. Here, let me explain it to you.
The layout is a classic one, and the furniture with the wall art, that’s the modern touch. The perfect balance of both.
4. This one definitely screams masculine to me, I’ll tell you why.
It has very little going one with furniture that doesn’t grab your attention much. But yes a touch of gold here and there to give you that detailed highlight.
5. Another black one, now this one I appreciate.
That table is everything, I also love how they kept the plant dark as well.
6. And here comes the white-washed.
It’s a great way to maximize the area by going all white when you have limited space like this one.
7. The slanting window panes are to-die-for.
Not everyone can have these, so enjoy it if you have one. All I can see here is so much space and light, getting a little bit jealous.
8. This shade of blue is just pure love.
It’s so interesting how they juxtaposed the cool and warm tones in this space. And the wallpaper reminds me of Turkey.
9. Three words. Royal, cultured, and traveler.
A room like this can’t be for everyone. It needs years of exposure and experience to carry it with charisma.
10. Since indoor plants are a trend nowadays, this is really cute.
The blinds, the rug, and oh that wall lamp, interesting choices. But it works. The only problem here is the chair, that silver is not meant to be here.
11. Double door with glasses on them, I think we traveled back to France.
Its a personal favorite, and the chandelier just ties it all together. Love the greens though.
12. This is my kinda minimal. Less is more but you don’t have to mute everything.
Love the gold geometric wall that sits so well with the geographical map.
13. Remember when I said proportions and placements?
This is exactly what I was talking about. Everything fits perfectly.
14. For someone who collects more and sits less.
Love the golden pig, just grabbed my entire attention. Oh, and the chair too.
15. Not many may notice this trend, but an oversized single frame is really making it big this time around.
The quote in it, so literal. We all need one.
16. When I see this office, all I can think of is the person sipping some drink even while working.
It is loud and colorful but bearable, appreciate the see-through chairs.
17. The rugged beauty of a loft is incomparable.
A bare brick wall with structured furniture, can you see the balance?