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Calling all New Yorkers (and anyone who lives in a teeny, tiny apartment)—you probably don’t have room for a formal office, so you need to get creative. Opt for small furniture, and try putting your desk up against a window in your bedroom. That way, it’s out of sight from your living room, and you at least have a view to look at to separate it from your sleeping area.

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Work is the worst, but we bet you won’t mind getting it done if your space looked amazing. Not only are these work-ready spaces aesthetically gorgeous, but their unique designs will inspire new ideas and boost your productivity. Whether you’ve got an entire room or just a tiny corner, we’ve got inspiration for you on this list.

This home office shelving extrudes from a bank of storage units. The higher volume acts as a bookshelf whilst the larger base volume forms a computer desk.

Transforming a nook in your home into a home office is both challenging and rewarding. Custom-built furniture helps define a space where everything is in its place.

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A quirky gallery wall with a wooden backdrop makes this a truly personalised space. Two bright red wall sconces add extra character.

A home office can showcase not only necessary things like the computer, good lighting and an outlet to plug in your gadgets, but also colors that keep you balanced, textures that make you comfortable and furniture items that support your workload and decorate the overused space. Found on Glitter Guide and photographed by Grace Combs, the home office (above) of Liz Bachman of Grey & Scout is exemplary in its attractive simplicity.

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If your work space is cool, you may be more inclined to actually use it. A vintage aluminum desk and stool create an industrial vibe in this Colorado cabin’s study. Chicken-wire bookcases add a rustic touch to the room.

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Talking of treehouses, this beautiful home office has a sapling growing straight through its slatted floor.

The bright, cheery office above was designed by creative director and graphic designer Julia Kostreva for herself. It’s an intimate space where she can work on her creative designs from the comfort of her home in San Francisco.

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Two Herman Miller Aeron chairs sit back to back between two bespoke home office desks in warmly wood clad surroundings.

Home offices that boast access to the outdoors tend to break the monotony by offering you an easily accessible moment of pause during your busy working schedule. And since color and light go successfully hand in hand, an office space that has a playful color palette holds the key to an inspiring home office design.

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Working from home has become more than a trend. Hard-working people the world over try to find the best way to accommodate a creative and inspiring working environment in their homes. We’ve gathered 30 creative home office ideas to help inspire yours.

A mezzanine level provides a great opportunity for creating a contemporary home office. A leafy view makes this one feel like a tree house.

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The indoor plants in this one are displayed on a tall plant stand, and teamed with black accent pieces. A faux fur throw makes the desk chair a little more cosy.

How about a platform bed-office combo with storage built right in? modern outdoor chairs like the Eames wire chair work great at a desk…

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This Scandinavian home office uses entirely freestanding units that can easily be relocated should the need arise. Monochrome and botanical artwork decorate the bedroom study area.

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The best home office designs provide smooth form and function. This desk has been imagined as a volume that descends from the ceiling and climbs down the side of cabinets before bridging the gap and diving into the floor.

Indoor plants breathe life into a soothing neutral colour palette, and cool geometric accents bring the decor bang on trend.

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Two individual spaces have been created in this unusual home office layout. It is divided by a centrally situated asymmetrical desk that mirrors a unique cutaway window. The window slices through wall and ceiling as through the building itself has been cracked in two.

The wireless Apple keyboards look pretty in any sort of setup. But if you are looking to mix it up a bit and are looking for keyboards that specifically match your decor, check out our post: 30 Cool Computer Keyboards To Help You Match Your Workspace To Your Decor.

Is this not the sexiest office you’ve ever seen? Black furniture combined with brass accents looks super sleek. Opt for a gray-black for the walls, so it doesn’t feel too dark.

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If you’d rather not be faced with work when you’re in relaxation mode, a computer bureau is an ideal fold a way solution. When closed it will unobtrusively blend in with the rest of the living room/dining room/bedroom furniture.

Choose a desk chair like this Muuto Cover Chair, so that when not in use at the desk it will look attractive as an accent piece.

Whether you will be working from a spacious home office or a desk nook, the essence of your work remains the same. So why not indulge in a sleek home office design that will not only tell your personal story, but help you add more to it?

A home library creates a backdrop here, with a rocking chair poised for a reading session or contemplation.

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Choosing a lighter gray tone and adding feminine elements like the sparkling pillow on the chair hints at the attention to detail that creates a cozy working environment. A touch of glamour was thrown into this mix with the help of a faceted mirror side table, while the orchid and leaf-patterned rug grounds the design.

Feminine and playful, the home office pictured above showcases a small office desk matched with an Eames molded plastic armchair and decorated with a juju hat (an African symbol of prosperity displaying the elegance, beauty and fragility of birds). Simple, small and inspiring, this beautifully decorated work space is feminine to the core through the use of joyful colors alongside floral and geometric patterns.

A low partition wall makes this space feel like a separate room without cutting it off from the rest of the living area completely. The gorgeous modern swivel chair you see here is the About A Chair by Hay.

Home music studios need plenty of bench space to hold extra equipment. A shallow runaround worktop is an ideal solution where space is limited. Pull-out surfaces can hold a keyboard or other peripherals.

If music is your thing, do check out our post on: cool headphone stands as well.

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The About A Chair by Hay sits in front of a selection of bespoke home office organization units. One tall unit has a concealed storage space behind a door in the front and open shelving to the side that is accessible from the desk.

A set of drawers on castors can be pulled out and moved to a more convenient spot for access, or to be used as an extra worktop.

Bar stools at a high table work best in a creative space where you might spend time standing at the table too, such as when cutting fabric and paper.

Spaces filled with light help reduce stress by reminding us of the world outside. An office flooded by natural light and constructed from carefully chosen details and natural colors will reset your minds every time you look up from the computer screen.

The green of this home office desk cuts straight across adjacent closets, bringing both areas of the room together.

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This treble work space is brightened by the contrasting colours and shapes of three different home office chairs, and an arrangement of coloured wall planters.

Inspiration comes in all shapes, sizes and colors, as in this pristine home office. Inspired by Scandinavian freshness, the long desk flaunts a Jacobsen chair dressed in a fluffy cover, and the space offers plenty of storage space.

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This tall partition wall cuts off visual distractions but still allows the room to flow into the next area thanks to open walkways at each side of it. The Eames Group Management Chair functions as the computer chair and can move swiftly on castors between the integrated wall shelving unit and the desk.

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Panton S Chairs create a bold symmetry in this double home office.

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Embrace your inner free spirit and decorate your office with anything that tells a story, has sentimental value to you, or that you picked up on your travels. Add in a bold, patterned rug, color on color, and some plants. Remember: More is more.

Home office decorating isn’t reserved for closed off rooms, even an alcove can be completely boxed out in different decor to make a stand alone study. These cabinets are all grey in contrast to the white room decor in which its situated.

Even a thin threshold of flooring has been changed to grey tile to mark a definitive change of purpose, along with a sliver of wall detailed in grey.

Small yellow accents go a long way in this white and yellow decor scheme. Coated shelf brackets and a coordinated pendant light fixture is all that’s needed to add decorative flair. The base of the Eames molded plastic chair ties in with a few aqua highlights.

Symmetry is maintained by placing two matching floor lamps at either side of this modern home office design, which is raised up on a platform in front of a stunning picture window.

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Home offices with an elegant atmosphere are a sum of all their functional and decorative elements. Stylish solutions for a productive home working environment can be found in creative details such as custom-built shelves, a comfortable chair or potted plants.

Pristine spaces decorated with bright colors make for intriguing home work spaces. Above, the white desk next to a window seat would be a great place for creative writers and thinkers, for those who find inspiration in books and nature.

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A retractable wall gives the option of being open to the home or completely closed off when workload demands more quiet. More of this cool sliding glass wall home office implementation can be seen here.

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Whatever type of work you do, it’s easy to combine professionalism and stylish details in your home office design. We hope these home office ideas have given you some inspiration to get you started!

Your formula for a modern office: white lacquer desk, a geometric rug, and sleek lighting. To make it a little more glam and feminine, add bold color and brass accents.

If your clutter feeds your creativity, you don’t have to get rid of it, you just need to conceal it smartly. In a Birmingham, Alabama office, curtains soften the room and hide everyday office papers and books that are stacked up on the shelves.

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Pare way down and keep your aesthetic clean and calming. A simple Swedish desk was placed by a window with a view of the Baltic Sea in a Scandinavian home. It’s mostly neutral, but the pops of blue keep the room feeling fresh and invigorating.

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This double desk setup sits beneath a large peg board wall, ideal for pinning up inspiration and rough ideas, or for keeping tools and equipment to hand.

Attics are a great home office idea. Naturally lit attics usually offer the best views; privacy is rarely an issue, since your family is less likely to bother you while you’re working; and there is usually enough space for storage. In this attic office, Scandinavian simplicity was combined with carefully chosen furniture that conveys modernity and functionality.

A good dose of botanical influence works terrifically with white and woodtone too. Introduce a healthy collection of indoor plants to your desk area, they can even improve the air quality.

Adding the right window treatment is important for practicality as well as aesthetics. Situating your desk in a place with plenty of natural light will help you feel awake, but ensure windows won’t cause reflections on your computer screen as this could strain your eyes.

… Or the Eames molded plastic chair provides a smoother backrest. A few personal photographs and decorative vases will make a work space inviting too.

Corner home offices display customized ways to organize and store your office necessities. Good lighting keeps everything in sight while maintaining a cheery atmosphere even in the darkest corners.

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Decorating your home office with personal items, cheery colors and flowers brings a feeling of comfort that you rarely get outside the home. Natural light bouncing off white walls was softened by using color, and multiple storage spaces create the organization that every office needs.

White and woodtone decor and accessorising can make even the busiest space look super smooth and stylish.

Who wouldn’t love an animal print accent? Combining an elegant white desk with flower-patterned wallpaper supporting transparent shelves and adding exotic details could be your answer for the ideal home office space.

If you can stay organized, try open shelving. It’ll help your room feel more fun, creative, and colorful. In this Boston brownstone, the kitchen pantry also houses the office, so the shelves serve double-duty.

A desk can be situated just about anywhere. Behind a sofa is an ideal spot since the length of a sofa matches the span of a desk. Decorative shelving installed behind the sofa can also work double time as office storage.

This home office showcasing decorative greenery exudes a sense of pure joy, surrounding you with a stylish and practical environment in which work seems easier. It’s so liberating to know that you make your own work schedule from the comfort of your own home.

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Just about everyone has to bring work home with them at some time, whether that be a stack of paperwork or saved on a laptop. If you’re not an office worker then perhaps you need a dedicated spot to sort the household bills and correspondence. Even the kids need a area to sit and concentrate on homework or do computer research. Whatever your needs, the chances are that you need a home office – whether that looks like a complete room, a nook or a pull-out shelf, that’s up to you. Here are 50 modern home office ideas to help you decide, and inspire the design of your study space decor.

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Moving on to a more robust home office design, the space pictured above has the power of transposing us into a world of details. Bold colors contrast with a brick wall and soothing wooden floors. Natural light bounces off the metal desk, adding an extra dimension to this eclectic work space.

Distressed swan chairs add to the cosy ‘worn-in’ style of a rustic home office.

A dining table is a typical spot for ploughing through extra paperwork, kids homework or firing up the laptop, but when dinner time rolls around it can be inconvenient for everyone. Instead, consider setting up a dedicated area nearby so that you can jump straight back into it once family time is through.

If space is not an issue and your home office occupies an entire room, the possibilities are practically endless. Flooded by natural light bouncing off cream-colored furniture, the home office above was decorated with gray walls balancing the overflowing lightness, resulting in a calming environment.

Exposed brick makes up the backdrop to this industrial home decor. Wooden shelves placed at various levels add homey touches to the raw wall. The industrial style table is paired with an Eames armchair.

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When you live in a small apartment and need to use all the space you can, a niche can become the place that showcases both a loft bed and a compact office space underneath. Even when the room lacks storage space, a vintage wooden box or two can be used to store your magazines and paperwork.

Art is a major influence in our daily lives. Showcasing a colorful painting in an otherwise plain home office can completely change the aesthetic appeal. Set between a bookshelf and a window, this space guides your concentration toward work yet leaves room for inspiration.

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Two IKEA drawer units form the centre supports of this double desk arrangement, making good use of the space that would otherwise be eaten up by two more trestle legs.

Books, family photos and storage space can be combined to shape a home office that creates a balance between homey and professional.

Bright and tall, the home office seen above was designed to be used by two people working side by side. The rest of this office, imagined by Kelly Deck Design, offers plenty of storage and work space customized to the needs of its owners.

Home office colours don’t have to be neutral. Colour can inject energy into a room, helping the inhabitant to feel motivated and inspired.

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Shallow picture shelves work well over desks as they don’t overhang or overcrowd headspace.

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Even without a large niche to fit all your home office stuff in, a few shelves and drawers could help you organize your paperwork. In a small niche office like the one shown above, organization is key to maintaining a good working environment.

It can be hard to squeeze a formal work area into a living space, but many of us could utilise the wasted floor area under our stairs. You may have to clear out a hoard of old coats but clearing the clutter to set up an area like this would be so worth it.

A large table in this home office setup acts as a double sided desk for two users. This is particularly suitable if you’d like a dual home office space that doubles as a dining room, because by just adding a few more chairs you’ve got an ideal family eating area.

Just make sure you have plenty of space nearby to properly clear away all work things before dinner.

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Even the smallest alcove or nook can make an ideal place to set up shop. All you need is a set of wall shelves with the base shelf wide enough to situate a laptop on, and high enough to rest your legs comfortably beneath.

Add a desk lamp and a smart home office chair, et voila!

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Minimalism is so hot right now. Keep your desk clutter-free, add in simple furniture (like these reclaimed wood chairs and desk), keep a neutral color palette, and watch how inspired you’ll be to actually do your work. If you need to warm things up—so it doesn’t look bland and sterile—add a plant or macramé wall hanging.

This Scandinavian style home office has gone all out botanical with leafy print wallpaper, artwork and accent cushion.

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This cool home office decor situates a vibrant turquoise desk and multicoloured seating against a black and white backdrop.

Looking for more home office inspiration? Check out: 40 Beautiful Home Office Desks 30 Stylish Home Office Desk Chairs: From Casual To Ergonomic

Another way to add a feminine touch to your working space is to combine soothing nuances with natural light. This long, narrow office accommodating two working spaces was large enough for two more armchairs — a nice way to add comfort and style to a space you use so often.

A corner of the living room can become the place you use to get work done. Carefully chosen decor helps this space become part of the overall design. A comfortable office chair is of utmost importance for those spending a lot of time at a desk, so make sure you choose one that is both supporting and aesthetically pleasing.

When simplicity and productivity collide in interior design, inspiring home offices are born. In a modern residence, the office space has become more and more important as technology has evolved. We have learned to see our homes as living and working spaces; the two worlds are delineated only in our minds.

Casual elegance is what makes a home office cozy. It’s not about pretending you’re in an office, but rather creating a pleasant and inspiring working environment. Personalize your home office space to your liking, but don’t forget to keep a laid-back atmosphere.

This simple home office keeps the floor clear by implementing a wall mounted desk design and recessed shelving.

To totally transport yourself somewhere way more exciting than your work, try an exotic pattern, like the black-and-white zebra motif in this Charleston home office. A rattan chandelier adds texture.

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If you require a great deal of storage space for papers, files and reference, then how about this rap around run of cabinets and home office shelving for inspiration.

If your home isn’t big enough to use an entire room for a home office, try to find a space you don’t use and create a working environment. Above, a simple desk was matched with a chest of drawers in a part of the mezzanine. Now that’s creative home office design within a given space.

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This window into the adjacent living area can be quickly and easily opened and shut to suit.

Organization is key to starting every work day fresh and also helps you manage your time. Using baskets, boxes and colorful organizers for files and documents could not only save you valuable time, but create the order you need (and tempt you to maintain it).

A small home office may benefit from having fitted furniture, with a made-to-measure desk and units. This fitted desk sweeps over the top of a unique trash can , which is available here, to join with a matching cupboard and bookshelves.

A few stylish monochrome prints decorate the free wall space around the window, and a designer table lamp adorns the worktop.

Use every bit of vertical space when book and file storage is at a premium. A librarians ladder is an absolute must to keep all of those volumes fully accessible.

Bold colors within a simple space add character and define a playful atmosphere. Creative people work well in spaces that are not crowded with unnecessary details. The example above shows just how pretty an office can be if color replaces clutter.

A floating desk creates a tidy looking space, minimising the clutter of supportive furniture legs. Separate moveable wooden volumes hold the PC tower and a printer unit.

If you have an untameable abundance of papers and equipment its best to be realistic and plan for it rather than kid yourself that you’re going to manage a minimalist workspace. Choose a set of neat magazine files to group like-with-like papers in a jiffy.

Utilise small boxes and baskets for irregular shaped bits and bobs. Invest in more than one set of desk drawers, but in a matching design for a cohesive look. Bright colours work well as they bring light hearted cheer to organised chaos.

On trend industrial home office decor can be achieved by introducing metal shelving, leaving ducts exposed and decorating with concrete and wire framed pendant lights.

A small home office does not require much space, but it does require a large amount of creativity. Showcasing books on a vertical shelf next to an elegant desk while magazines decoratively hang on a wooden ladder makes a fantastic home office.

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A room dedicated to a home office can easily become a polished, sophisticated space for work and meetings. One of the walls in this office space is used to store books, decor and personal items, leaving the modern glass-topped desk clutter-free.  A colorful geometric rug breaks the monotony of white and gray, adding an extra dimension to this inspiring work space.

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