Having an office right at home is something many people are doing these days. With difficulties in commuting to work and problems in juggling home and office, work from home is becoming a popular work style. If you decide to take the plunge and set up your office at home, first you need a space that is just right. The design of the space should let you work comfortably just like in a regular office, with the important things close by so you do not waste time in searching. Make space also to stock important documents, files, and other necessities in your workspace.
Whether your workspace is large or a small corner of a room, you can design it to make the most of the space. Have plenty of natural light in the space, and do it up with your personal things. After all, this is where you will be spending a large part of your day, so you might as well make it pretty and give it a personal look. Shelve the office supplies so that they don’t clutter your workstation, and get chairs that let you work in comfort for long hours. Look up Home Office Design Ideas to get going with your work from home plans.
My Home Office
With large glass windows and warm, matte finish walls, this space is just right for working from home.
The Natural Look
This home office looks great with a wood style floor and a fresh green plant. With window blinds to control the light pouring in, this is an ideal workspace.
Just My Workstation
The curvy look of the workstation adds a stylish touch to this home office. Lots of personal things with special memories make it a very personal workstation.
Clean, straight lines make this workstation beautiful. With everything stacked away neatly this home office is ready for use.
Pastel Design Ideas
Pastel shades work great to bring a peaceful look to this home office.
A strong table, comfortable chairs, and a laptop is all that is needed for a simple home office.
A curvy chair adds a touch of different style in this usual rectangular workspace.
Get a wooden workstation that molds to the corner of the room and set up your very own home office.
Hitech Home Office
Set up with huge screens and state-of-the-art gadgets this home office looks perfectly tech-savvy.
Home Office Comfort
A long work table with neat drawers makes this a comfortable place to work. The flower vase adds a pretty touch.
Garden View Office
Working with your laptop on a rugged wooden table, surrounded by a garden view. Sheer bliss.
A simple framed backrest for the chair, and shelves in an L-shape; innovation at work you may call it.
Keeping your pen and pad close at hand can help speed up your office work at home.
Window View Home Office
Add closed storage areas below your workstation and have your chair overlooking a window for this perfect home office look.
If you get a room for your home office, put in a simple chair with a large table. Keep it well-lit with stylish lights for the walls.
This home office space is perfectly set up for work and play with laptops, music, and movies arranged for use.
If you have a great view in a part of the house, you can set up your home office with a large glass view for style.
With a bed on one side and a long wooden workstation on the other side, this space is just right to work on a long-term project.
You can set up your laptop before a window to take advantage of natural light as you work at home.
Basic Home Office
This home office has the basics to get you going, with a simple workstation set up with a PC and a laptop.
A good light source at this home office workstation makes it ideal to work late into the night.
A step-by-step style storage space and a work table with a stylish curve makes this an ideal designer home office..
This interestingly designed workstation with a winged look has enough space to spread out your work supplies.
This home office setup is perfectly coordinated with matching designs. A wall-to-wall storage space adds a finishing touch.
Techie’s Home Office
Stylish screens set up with a tablet on the side makes this a perfect home office space for a techie.
Office Creative Style
This large workspace looks perfectly cheery with stacks of books piled on the side. Slightly unusual for an office space, but creative.
Colorful Home Office
A light wood style workstation and colorful posters on the wall look comfortable in this home office.
Artist’s Home Office
Done up with sketches and personal knickknacks this workstation is ideal for graphic designers and artists.
This workstation corner has space for a PC and a laptop. The artistic curtain in bold stripes adds a nice touch.
An entire wall done up with a wooden finish looks great in this home office. The door blends seamlessly with the wood finish.