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Top 5 Home Office Designs

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When the weather is beautiful outside, the last thing you want to do is be stuck in a dull and dreary office. So now could be a great time to revamp your work space at home and be inspired throughout your day! Have a look at our top 5 designs for something that will suit you and your home...

 

The simplicity of Scandinavian design lends itself well to a home office for the easily distracted worker.  A collection of bare essentials and one or two nic-nacs mixed with a simple, yet bold colour scheme creates a simple space in which to concentrate on the job at hand!

For a feminine touch, opt for a pastel colour scheme and incorporate pretty patterns and co-ordinating textiles for a calming atmosphere.  Soften office essentials by making your own pin boards with nice fabric and choosing patterned storage boxes.

Utilise your loft space and make a quiet, cosy retreat.  Exposed wood and simple textiles will give a rustic feel.  The only downside - the kettle is likely to be 2 floors down so you may find you minimise your tea breaks!

Bring the outdoors in and be inspired by nature.  Surround yourself with plant life and position your desk with a good view of your garden.  Better yet, convert your garden shed for an office away from home, at home!

Don't despair if you've limited space to work with.  There are so many office space solutions available to you, like a simple cupboard office.  The beauty of this look is that you can fit it into your living room and close the door on your work when you're done!

With these in mind, we better get back to work!  Keep checking back for more great home design ideas!

Emma Day

Emma Day

Interior Design Blogger

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