Do you live in a studio? Why not use the back shelf on the headboard of your desk as a workspace? Again, this is an excellent idea for those who don’t have much room in their homes. If you love tiny living, this is a perfect way to maximize the use of your square footage.
Exposed brick has an authentic feel of working. From rustic to industrial, you can make this workspace your own. If you want some color, paint the brick. It’s easy to add some hooks to hang up other decorations and dress up the walls.
Texture has been discussed before, but why not cover all of your office walls in it? Pinstripes, plaid, whatever tickles your fancy that isn’t too distracting. Adding a little busy-ness to the look of a room can keep your mind active while you work.
If you have some leftover wood from making your floors, add it to your wall as a backsplash behind your desk. It will tie the room together, and may even add a little soundproofing if it’s thick enough. This design is ideal if you like a rustic chic look.
Buying storage units to add to your office is good, but creating your own from scratch to work with your workspace will indeed make it yours. Perhaps kitchen cupboards might even work above your workspace. It doesn’t hurt to experiment to see what will work in your home office.
Nothing quite says your the boss like an L-shaped desk. Besides, it provides you with a lot of space if you’re a very busy person with lots of paperwork. Having an L-shaped desk means that you can also move around within your home office especially if you have a large window nearby and need to avoid the glare.
Adhesive decals are easy to put up on walls and they come in a plethora of styles and themes. From butterflies and birds to whimsical swirls or symbols of city life, decals can really transform any home office. Breathe a little life into your workspace with decals.
A desk that wraps around the wall not only gives you ample room to complete your work, but it doubles as extra surface space for another part of your home. The extra-long desk will also draw the two rooms together so that it feels like one cohesive space.
Instead of everything being set on their own plane, eating up space, overlap the layers to create a geometric mishmash of storage, desk, and shelves. This kind of layout will draw the eyes all over the room while still keeping your belongings on hand.
If you’re sharing a home office with another person, account for all the space you’ll need, as well as the different storage and workspace needs of the individual. This concept allows both of you to work together in the same space without crowding each other for light or supplies. Keep things white makes it appear sleek and clean, too.
Instead of just wood paneling, an wooden accent wall will invoke a sense of authority and professionalism like this one seen here. Cover the wall from the floor to the ceiling and add a few small plants to keep the “nature” theme going. Throw in a red chair for some extra boss-like flair.