A black and white monochrome palette lays an uncluttered foundation in this office space! We are simply in love with the selection of low-slung mid-century minimalist furniture. Powerful and handsome hard lines are warmed by subtle earthy wood tones and minimalist layered rugs.
When having a neutral color scheme, it’s important to add various materials and textures to add a sense of dimensionality to your home office. The natural wooden top of the desk adds an organic texture that complements the soft leather of the ottoman. Black metal accents emphasize the industrial nature of the space.
For a convenient extra workspace that's out of the way, you don't need much. In this eclectic office space, a small, ornate white desk does the trick. Just enough room for a computer and a lamp, which is really all you need! Pops of fun colors in the artwork and accessories help liven up this little corner.
Toss the blue color scheme out to the ocean and try using greens. You can create layers by using different shades of green in your design. Muted and bright greens like turquoise or teal pair nicely together. Add in a lamp with rope details and comfortable woven chair and you have a beautiful coastal design.
Create a little oasis for a coffee corner or reading nook. A place to step away from your desk and relax and have some quiet time. Place a side table near a comfortable armchair with a pouf to put up your feet. Adding a floor lamp next to the armchair is the perfect amount of light.
The mirror contains a metal frame that blends perfectly with the finishes of the tall bookcase frame. The bench has a metal base with an industrial design that also serves as an extra seat for guests or to relax after a long day of work. Plants bring a fresh aspect and a splash of greenery to the office.
By selecting a wall mounted mid-century modern open bookshelf, more light can stream through the shelves and highlight each treasure. The wall color is also free the show through, creating a visually seamless background to the remaining office. Styling a bookshelf wall can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Give larger objects a dedicated shelf, and group small and medium pieces to create a decluttered curated aesthetic.
Adding a reading nook or a place where you can kick up your feet and relax with a cup of your favorite coffee in an empty corner is the perfect location. Adding in a side table, floor lamp and pouf complete the essentials. Creating texture with rope, patterned rugs and a mix of washed and light-colored woods bring the coastal style to life.
This solid mango modular system from West Elm, supported by blackened steel frames, has the ideal industrial look. This modular system provides efficient storage to keep your home office clutter-free and organized, without compromising on looks. The pop of green makes it a soothing place to work in everyday.
This eclectic attic retreat has a little bit of everything. And a lot of personality. Natural browns and leathers mix with greens and floral prints to bring the outdoors in. A playful spot to sit, relax, work, nap, or all of the above!
Create a dominant focal point in your modernist office by bunching mid-century inspired bookshelves. Resist from overloading each shelf, instead place well considered distinct pieces of art, sculpture and mementos for a more curated and sophisticated look. The deep charcoal walls give each shelf element gallery attention.