Home Offices: I Love

Waking up on a Monday morning and heading into the office… My dream (other than to land my first role in Interior Design) would be to have my own dedicated home office. So I couldn’t help but wonder (…sounding like Carrie Bradshaw) if I were to design my own office, what would it be!

Well my mind started doing overtime and I decided to pull together some of my personal favourite home office spaces which reflect my own personal style.

1. I am an organise-freak and like things to be organised (don’t mistake this for a neat-freak though – Lol). I’m drawn to this office space for its clean lines and sleek design. I like the way the volume has been pumped up with the texture of the rug and the neon accessories add a great splash of colour.

2. It’s always nice to have a light and airy space especially when you’re working with colours and fabrics which can change appearance due to the light. I love this office space as there is so much natural light to play with plus there is oodles of storage space for pens, work-drawings and plans as well as a Mac Book for admin tasks. 

3. Working from a home office space doesn’t have to be boring and bland. I love that this space has powerful pops of colour in a room dominated by white – like a blank canvas. By adding strong colours in the form of cushions, accessories and paintings you can make a space more engaging.

4. I would love to have this in my office – nicely organised, coordinated files for technical-drawings, design proposals and schedules. By using very simple yet even shelving you can achieve a nice, clean look. Again this space allows for a lot of natural light which is perfect!

5. I must admit to lovin’ me some Parisian chic and this scheme is no exception. I love the use of ice and duck egg blues against the off-white. Having a mixture of various sized frames also helps to give this scheme a bit of character. 

Images supplied by: House to Home


6. Last but by no means least this office also tops my list. Its not just because of how organised it is but I like the use of cherry wood and the different textures used within this scheme.

So I’ve given you six of the best and I hope this gives you an insight into my design aesthetic and personal style.

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