Many folks rely on their attics as a space for a home office. The challenge is that most attics have a low slanted ceiling, which can make the space feel cramped. We suggest trying to paint the lower have of the wall a slightly darker color than the slanted ceiling. This will help divide the vertical wall surface from the low ceiling, making the room seem taller.
This office space is the perfect balance of business and casual. The desk area is task-oriented with practical storage, a maneuverable lamp, and a functional yet stylish chair. The workspace flows into a more casual reading area that's perfect for a break in the action.
Every inch of a studio apartment counts, even the awkward space behind the sofa! To make good use of this otherwise wasted nook, we love the idea of adding a desk. Keeping the desk out in the open like this not only is a smart solution for small squarefootage, but it might entice one to keep it tidy too!
This office is so neutral, it's bold. The stark whites and dark blacks mixed with the soft metals and rich browns make for a satisfying blend of everything that's good about neutrals. The inclusion of single pops of color via plants is a reminder that there are colors and life beyond this room!
If you have overnight guests but don't have a guest room, it may be a good idea to add a sleeper sofa to the office. This office/guest room uses a neutral palette to combine both spaces and create a creative and relaxing environment at the same time.
Elevate the beauty of any office with just a few small pops of blue. The oversized graphic floral artwork leading the way with blue accents. Place a floating desk with strategically clear glass elements that help the office feel balanced and glamorous.
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