Creating A Home Office

With many people working from home now, sometimes two people in a household, finding a special little spot to set up is more important than ever. An organized functional office will help you to be more focused, productive and enjoy your time spent working from home. It doesn’t necessarily mean a large room dedicated to this sole purpose. Sometimes there just aren’t enough rooms to do that. We wanted to share some inspiring designs to help you create a practical and pretty space no matter what your arrangements are. 

Your dining room as an office 

Design by Lux Decor 

If you do not have a dedicated office but do have a dining room that only gets used for those special occasions than put it to better use by turning it into a home office. The bonus about this is you already have the large working space of a table so 2 people can easily set up here! Add some flowers, books, even a table lamp to get the vibe feeling a bit more office like. 

Image from PopSugar 

Move the extra chairs out of the room so it doesn’t look like a dining room anymore.  

Image by Homebunch
Image via Pinterest 

Integrate an office into an existing room 

Image via West Elm 

We love this little space because it’s big on style but doesn’t ask for a lot of space. You can try to do this in a living room, dining room, large hallway or even your bedroom. If you already have a little desk then great! If not, you can use any little table you’ve got. This is truly all about the styling. Layers of accessories starting with the variation of wall art to the vases, lamp and a tray holding necessities makes this little home office a perfect and very inviting place to work.  

Adding a little working space to a kids bedroom 

Designed by LUX Decor 
Designed by LUX Decor 

A little working station for your kids is definitely convenient right now. All you need is a nice focal point like this gorgeous speckled wallpaper a sleek desk or console and a comfy chair. A painted accent wall would work too. Layer with some art and a pretty vase or jar for colouring pencils and you’re done! 

Carve a nook into your kitchen design 

Image via nickandalicia.com 

This space was designed into the kitchen which is a perfect little spot, even as a homework station! Just watch out for all that extra snacking which is bound to happen! 

Image via Monika Hibbs

Turn a closet into an office. 

Image via Pinterest 

You can always transform a closet into a perfect little office too! This one is tucked away and what’s perfect is you can close the doors when you’re done! The gold and white accents pop beautifully against the dark furniture for a stylish and cozy workspace. 

Design by Brooke Wagner 

Having a full room to work in 

Designed by LUX Decor 

In this space designed by Lux Décor black metal glass doors let you see into this chic and stylish home office.  

Designed by Studio McGee  

Going dark in both these rooms gives a cozy feel. Add a rug and some beautiful art to complete the look. 

Image via Sapphire Diaries 

Or make it fun and feminine with light furnishings and pops of colour. 

Image via Monika Hibbs 

I hope we’ve inspired you to beautify your own little office area! Share with us some ideas you’ve added to your own space! We’d love to hear! 

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