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After the holidays, it’s tme to get back to the work. With that in mind, we bring you 7 surpising home office ideas so yo you can develop your work in the confort of your home with the best ambience. From the place where you place the desk to the desk chair you may choose, these 7 home office ideas will leave surprised.
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Room With a View
There’s no reason a little sunlight should cramp your decorating style. Set a desk and chair in front of a window and fill an empty corner with a tall bookcase. Keep the furniture in sync with the existing pieces (here, it’s white lacquer) so it blends seamlessly with the entire look.
Studying the Blues
A few key pieces (desk, chair, floating shelves) can transform a quiet sleeping space into an efficient work area. If space permits, try and keep the zones distinct from one another by setting the work area away from the bed. The trick is making sure all of the decorative elements (color palette, furniture finishes) play well together.
Go bold. Think bright. If you want to carve out a space for your child to get homework done, keep the color scheme cool, invigorating, and fun. Add shelving and functional storage accessories that work with his or her style.
Got a corner? Work it. Even a formal living room can accommodate a work zone. Sneak in a table, chair, and a few office accessories (task lamp, storage bins) so you have a spot to retreat to for working on an assignment, writing a letter, or reading the paper.
Desperately seeking eligible nook for a few office pieces? Any inch of a living room, dining room, or den can make an adequate space for a desk and seat. If your room is neutral (wheat colored walls, exposed wood floors), then introduce a splash of color with these pieces. Here, a shot of robin’s egg blue adds an upbeat touch.
Long gone are the days when the bedroom was solely used for sleeping. Welcome a desk and comfy chair to join the bedroom ensemble. Smart decorative choices (rich textures, soothing color palette) will have your work zone feeling like a natural extension of your sleeping space.
Side by Side
One wall can be easily divided into two productive spaces. A smart design choice would be one long desktop (it should be large enough for two people to comfortably work side by side) and sleek roll up chairs.