Home Office

Small Space Solution: Office Closet

Small Space Solution: Office Closet

This bedroom is stylish and chic, and clever! The closet nook is being used as a small home office. With the hanging pendant light and accented wallpaper, it stands out as a statement in the room instead of an afterthought. 

A Mid-Century-Inspired Home Office

A Mid-Century-Inspired Home Office

We love the mid-century design inspiration found in this home office. The clean lines. The neutral color palette. And we love that, with this daybed, this office can double as a guest room when the need arises!

A Serene Office

A Serene Office

A calming and inspirational office that serves as both a productive workspace, and tranquil reading room.

Home Office in Your Dining Room

Home Office in Your Dining Room

With working from home becoming ever so common these days, we often look to our dining room to become our new at-home office space. Spralling out at a large dining table with comfortable chairs is the ultimate way to spike your productivity. Layer in office essentails such as smaller storage pieces, baskets, and task lighting to make this the ultimate work-zone at home.

One Pouf, Two Pouf

One Pouf, Two Pouf

If you're crunched for space in a living room, using poufs can be a great solution! They not only provide a foot rest and can double as a coffee table, but provide casual seating for lounging.

Homeschool Dining Room

Homeschool Dining Room

The dining room has taken on new life as the core gathering place in our homes. For many of us, this room has become our workspace, cafeteria, home school, and even family game room all in one. For when your dining space turns into a homeschool zone, eep all your kiddos’ school supplies organized in baskets or bins. Every morning they can grab their basket and easily stash it all away at the end of the school day. This will keep your table ready for its next adventure.

Black And White Mid-Century Office: Boss Lady

Black And White Mid-Century Office: Boss Lady

Powerful. Refined. Discerning. Your home office should reflect your professional working style. A black and white color scheme can create an energetic work environment with its high contrast sensibilities. 

One-Stop Workshop

One-Stop Workshop

This contemporary office space kicks things up a notch with a clean, fresh work surface and a coffee pot standing by. Set yourself up for success by getting a cute coffee maker and a fun end table for a coffee station that will make you want to work! Convenience, aesthetic, and caffeine!

Work Space: Mission Organized

Work Space: Mission Organized

When working from home it is important to keep your design clean and streamlined. This allows you to focus on the important things and not thinking that you need to clean or reorganize every day. Having a large desk that offers lots of shelves will give you ample space to set up a system to organize your everyday duties.

Family Reading Nook

Family Reading Nook

A great way to fill up space in a spare room is to add a cozy couch with textured pillows. This kid-friendly option from Ravine Home is warmed up with a unique table lamp and an industrial-chic side table. Layering jute rugs adds depth to the room, and is perfect for areas with heavy traffic!

Lounge In Style: Curvy Corners

Lounge In Style: Curvy Corners

Add a touch of luxury with a rounded sofa. The purple velvet sofa feels upscale and luxurious and who doesn't want to feel glamorous in their own office. Take a break in style.

Neutral Reading Nook

Neutral Reading Nook

What a great piece to have for a reading nook like the Declan 360 Swivel Chair in Tobias Gravel fabric. It gives you the flexibility to swivel around to enjoy the view outside the window! Place a comfy faux fur area rug for a soft and cozy feel and a pouf to prop your feet.

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