An office needs to be highly functional but that doesn't mean the design has to suffer. A neutral office with a Mid Century spin adds the perfect balance of function and beauty. Keeping the color pallet neutral and warm allows for the space to seem open and bright creating a light and airy office that is sure to promote productivity.
Cool-tones give a sleek masculine vibe to your mid-century mod home office. Using a warm wood-tone in the desk balances the coolness of the blues and greys in the office. The long grey-blue curtains bring grandeur to the office by drawing your eye up and pop against the white walls.
Even if you're living the work from home lifestyle, it's still a good idea to consider an impactful office design that fills you with confidence. This office's bold design with its tall wingback chair, symmetrical storage cabinets, and eye-catching wall art will have you feeling powerful in every zoom call!
Eames lounge chair—check! Oversized minimalist artwork—check! Streamlined statement lighting—check! This office has all the hallmarks of a mid-century modern bachelor sanctuary. A crisp black and white color scheme allows those mid-century wood tones to really pop!
A gallery wall surrounding your computer is the perfect way to camouflage your computer and make it seem as though it is one of the pieces of art. Black and white designs can be cold and uninviting. To contrast the coolness of black and white we've introduced warm metals, woods, and plants that bring life, color and vibrancy to the office.
Keeping a small office/living area uncluttered is the perfect way to incorporate the minimalist mentality. It also keeps your small space clean and simple and feeling, well, not so small! Consider less-conventional items like a wall desk or two chairs instead of a sofa to make the most of a cozy spot.
Wheater you live in a studio apartment or a dorm, small rooms can be challenging to design. For those who need a workspace and have limited space, try adding a desk next to your bed. The desk doubles a second nightstand but is large enough to double as a work surface.
For a relaxing home office that's modern and minimal, keep to furnishings that are light and easy on the eyes. That means an armchair in light upholstery, a desk with clean lines, and a bookcase that looks like it's practically built-in to the wall. Ground it all with a contemporary rug that has soothing hues, like a pale green or pink, which will give your space a relaxed, airy vibe from the ground up. Think light and modern!
Industrial style is a great aesthetic for a home office space. The no-frills approach provides a motivational space to relax and concentrate. The black and white color scheme is often associated with power and strength giving you the confidence you need to get work done.
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