Spending hour after hour in my home office finishing a last minute project, I got a little distracted and decided to see what other people are working with (aka how their offices/workspaces were decorated). I will admit after seeing of few lustful spaces I was a little envious.
The "small but mighty" phrase applies to a few of the spaces. Just because your working area may be a simple nook or the under the stairs solution, doesn't mean it can't be fabulous. On the other end, if you are lucky to have the space to dedicate a whole room to an office, it is nice to have a seating area for guests. In my case, I have a sofa in my office that makes it convenient to take power naps in between long work sessions. No matter what category a workspace fits into, as long as it is comfortable, inspiring, and conducive to an extended amount of time working, I view it as a success.
- Twig Hutchinson Designed Space: Desire to Inspire
- Jamie Isaia and Anthony Malat's Brooklyn Home: The Selby
- Private London Residence by Designers Rebecca Du Pont De Bie and Caroline Cobbold: Desire to Inspire
- Stockholm Apartment: Emmas Designblogg
- Built-in Home Office: Desire to Inspire
- Paul and Elsa's Singapore Home: Desire to Inspire
- Gregory Han's Home Office: Unplggd
- Laurel Walter's Oregon Home: Desire to Inspire
- John Willey Designed Space: Desire to Inspire
What are some of your most creative workspace solutions? Has anyone turned their closet into a home office?
MORE INFO: To see the full tour of Gregory Han's office, check out The Black Hole Home Office.