Transform Your Home Office with the Best Decor Ideas

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Are you tired of working from a dull and uninspiring office space? Say goodbye to drab walls and boring furniture, because we have rounded up the best home office decor ideas that will transform your workspace into a stylish and inviting haven. From mint green cabinets to whimsical study spaces and sleek minimalist designs, we have curated a selection of the most innovative and eye-catching ideas to inspire you. So, whether you're working from home or simply want to revamp your office, get ready to create a space that not only boosts your productivity but also reflects your unique personality.

How to Install Mint Green Cabinets

mint green home officeMELISSA AUCabinets in an unexpected color can work wonders in a home office space, which can be designed to help boost creativity. In this case, designer Susan Wintersteen of Savvy Interiors chose a cool mint green shade for the cabinets. This color serves as the perfect match for the room's crisp white walls and blonde wood flooring.

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Choosing a Small Writing Desk for the Bedroom

plant, white lamp and desktop computer on desk in freelancer's interior with grey chair real photoKatarzynaBialasiewicz//Getty ImagesIf you find yourself needing to set up a workspace in your bedroom, consider choosing a smaller writing desk. According to St. Claire, these desks are not only stylish but can also serve multiple purposes, such as functioning as a nightstand or vanity. When accessorized with flowers or plants, a beautiful lamp, and framed photos or artwork, they can create a lovely and functional space.


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Creating a Work Space in Bridgehampton

A Canvas Home four-poster bed anchors the master bedroom of this Bridgehampton, New York, home. The Gustavian desk, sourced from Dienst Dotter Antikviteter, and the stools from Roark Modern add a touch of elegance to the space.

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    Creating a Coastal Work Space

    Lamps from Circa Lighting flank a sunburst mirror in one of the bedrooms in interior designer Alessandra Branca and Steve Uihlein’s Bahamas getaway named Highlowe. The vintage desk adds a touch of coastal charm to the space.

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    Creating a Work Space in Lake Placid Bedroom

    The master bedroom in this Lake Placid, New York, home is designed to be a soothing retreat. It features an armchair and ottoman in a pale-blue Kravet linen, curtains and a bed skirt in a Jasper floral, a Vaughan bedside lamp, and carpeting by Elizabeth Eakins.

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    Creating a Work Space in Boston Bedroom

    In the master bedroom of this Boston residence decorated by Thad Hayes, a 1950s Austrian pendant light from Eric Appel is juxtaposed with late-19th-century Moorish chairs and a 1920s armchair attributed to Paul Poiret’s Atelier Martine from Bernd Goeckler Antiques.

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    Creating a Work Space in Houston

    At the Houston home of decorator J. Randall Powers and William L. Caudell, a French Empire desk sits at the foot of a Rose Tarlow Melrose House bed. This room does double duty as a gorgeous bedroom and serene home office.

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    Creating a Work Space in Los Angeles

    A custom-made bed upholstered in Holly Hunt leather is flanked by sconces from Bourgeois Bohème in the master bedroom of this Los Angeles home designed by Trip Haenisch. The 18th-century Belgian commode and the zinc-top oak desk are both from Lucca Antiques.

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    Creating a Work Space with Masterful Minimalism

    In the master bedroom and home office of this St. Barts hilltop house, Kang Chang of KangModern designed the desk and stainless steel light fixture. The desk chair is by Cassina, the armchair is by Pollaro, and the sculpture is by Fujitsuka Shosei.

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    Creating a Contemporary Home Office

    Bold black lines and furnishings give this space a strong statement. The desk in the late designer Alberto Pinto's Rio de Janeiro home office is surmounted by an Almir Reis photograph of volleyball on Ipanema Beach. The parchment lamps are from the 1970s, and the chair is by Philippe Hurel. The vibrant colors and earthy textures of the room create a unique and modern look.

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    Creating a Neutral Work Space

    This Beverly Hills office decorated by Brad Dunning keeps the design clean and simple with a neutral palette. The Eames-designed swivel chair by Herman Miller and the Brno armchair by Knoll stand out as statement pieces in the space.

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    Creating a Nantucket Pine Study

    At the Nantucket retreat of former Chanel president Arie L. Kopelman and his wife, Coco, the painted-pine office is furnished with an overmantel mirror from Robert Young Antiques, a Windsor armchair from Samuel Herrup Antiques, and a desk chair and mahogany writing table, both from 19th-century England. The blending of modern and vintage elements creates a unique and harmonious space.

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    Creating a Crisp White Wainscott Home Office

    This office, located off a master bedroom, offers striking vistas. Architect Frank Greenwald paid meticulous attention to detail when building the Shingle Style residence in Wainscott, New York. The custom-milled two-inch Douglas fir floors, refined trim, and baseboards all contribute to the crisp and clean feel of the space. The white woodwork adds a touch of brightness.

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    Creating Ralph Lauren's Personal Office

    Ralph Lauren's office at his company's Madison Avenue headquarters is filled with inspiration. The space showcases art, books, and various objects that inspire him. With a warm-toned color palette and stacked coffee table books, the office radiates a sense of wonder and creativity.

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    Creating a Beverly Hills Study

    Karin Blake combined East Coast tradition with an eclectic point of view in the interiors of screenwriter Paul Attanasio and producer Katie Jacobs’s Beverly Hills residence. The antique English table, surrounded by vintage sewing chairs, gives Attanasio's office the feel of a workshop. The well-loved books add charm and personality to the space.

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    Creating a Connecticut Home Office

    In the Connecticut home of interior decorator Elissa Cullman, the office in daughter Georgina's room features a faux-bamboo headboard. The office space is complete with tall greenery and artwork above the bed, creating a tranquil and inspiring work environment.

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    Creating a Standout Desk Space

    Designer Tracey Winn Pruzan renovated the master bedroom of her Manhattan duplex with architect John B. Murray. The dark desk in the white and beige bedroom adds a pop of contrast and personality to the space, making the work area stand out.

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    Creating an Office Nook

    home office ideas nookAARON COLUSSITurn any space into a mini workstation with this idea for an office nook. With a desk tucked away in the family room, you can stay in the middle of the action while getting your work done.



    Displaying Antique Collections

    home office ideas antique bottlesHelen NormanFeel inspired at your desk by displaying your antique collections. Consider showcasing an array of vintage bottles in various shapes, sizes, and colors to add charm and character to your workspace.



    Creating an Artistic Work Space

    artist home officeVictoria PearsonIn the office of this Atlanta loft, the whimsical chair is upholstered in a ripped leopard-print coat. It accompanies a 1920s ebony desk, an African feather headdress, and a black-and-white photo of Paris. The eclectic mix of elements creates an artistic and inspiring space.



    Embrace Fine Antiques

    home officeLara ResenTo add rustic refinement to your antique secretary desk, consider incorporating a taxidermied pheasant, a vase from Mexico, and a clip-on brass lamp. These unique pieces create a sense of character and old-world charm in Donna and Paul Frank's 1790s New York farmhouse.



    Invest in a Stylish Chair

    As with any room, choosing a good chair can define your space. While ergonomics are important, a well-designed and beautiful chair, such as the iconic Cesca chair, can add a personal touch to your home office. Comfort should not be overlooked either.

    Designing Diane von Furstenberg’s Office

    In Diane von Furstenberg’s Manhattan office/living area, the Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann table often serves as a desk and dining table. Surrounded by Franz West chairs, the table creates a focal point in the dazzling and dynamic space. The windowsill displays a Joan Miró etching, a Francesco Clemente painting, and family photographs.

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    Optimize Your Space

    Efficiency is key – utilize every strategy available.

    Working in a cluttered home office is counterproductive. Avoid wasting any available space by organizing your printers, filing systems, and other supplies. Don't neglect vertical space either; install cabinets that reach all the way up to the ceiling. Consider using a wall hanging pin board to help you keep track of and organize your supplies, preventing them from getting lost in a drawer. These tips come from Carly Callahan, a designer at Homepolish and founder of Callahan Interiors.

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    Whimsical Study Space


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    Maximize vertical space

    According to Annie Elliott from Annie Elliott Design, organization is especially crucial in small spaces. To make the most of your space, incorporate accessories like hanging file folders, shelves, rods with hooks, and wall systems. These additions will help you keep your office supplies close at hand and prevent clutter. Check out these [wall organizers]( organizer&productId=11009070) for your convenience.

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    Create an Accent Wall

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    Add a Hutch for Storage

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    Secure a hutch to the top of your desk to store supplies or showcase decorative items. In this neutral space designed by Hearth Homes Interiors, the warm wood desk complements the white walls and paneled ceiling.


    Hang Art Over a Bookshelf

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    Instead of simply placing framed art on top of your bookshelves, consider installing a statement piece of art above the bookshelf itself. This design trick not only adds visual appeal but also frees up shelf space for books and other office essentials.

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    Use a Secretary Desk

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    If you're short on space and can't dedicate an entire room to a formal office setup, consider using a secretary desk. Designer Maren Baker suggests placing a secretary desk in your bedroom, allowing you to close it off when not in use. This not only preserves the serenity of your primary suite but also hides the wireless printer in the cabinets beyond.

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    Include Non-Office Elements

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    Don't be afraid to incorporate elements that showcase your personal interests into your home office decor. According to designer Tiffani Baumgart, adding art, objects, photos, and even music to your office space helps you stay connected to your identity and feel inspired throughout the day.

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    Minimalist Work Space

    As part of a radical redesign of a Park Avenue apartment, Jennifer Post created six distinct areas within the 900-square-foot space. The home office takes up an entire bedroom wall. Its minimalist decor matches the rest of the apartment, which features a strictly white color palette with carefully placed bursts of color. Post explains, "Color is used strategically to elongate the apartment. It's a detail you have to look for."

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    Make a list of your business needs

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    "When designing a home office," says designer Elizabeth "Muffie" Faith from Elizabeth Stuart Design, "the most important factor is also the most obvious one – it has to work for you." She advises starting by identifying the specific requirements of your business. Consider factors like the need for product storage, a suitable environment for phone calls, or accommodations for occasional guests. Once you have these requirements, fill in the remaining essentials for an office space, such as a desk or table and a comfortable chair.

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    All About the Art

    The prominent gallery wall in this office serves as a tribute to the owner's background in fashion merchandising. Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Trip Haenisch designed the European villa-style interior for a couple's Los Angeles house, with Harold Levitt as the architect. Trip's affinity for collections and photography is reflected in the display of classic fashion photographs by Steichen, Horst, and Avedon. The green elements in the room add a refreshing touch.

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    Start with storage

    Jenny Kirschner, a designer from JDK Interiors, emphasizes the importance of storage in a home office. She even uses it as the starting point for her designs. If your budget allows, consider customized built-in storage solutions tailored to your specific needs. For example, Kirschner incorporated a hidden murphy bed into her personal home office to create a space that can double as a guest bedroom when needed.

    If built-ins are not an option, a daybed that can function as a sofa during the day is a great alternative. Look for one with storage space underneath to maximize your available area. You can find a selection of daybeds [here](

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    Sleek and Unique

    Architect Charles Gwathmey's signature sleek curves define his St. Barts home office. The sucupira-wood desk, designed by Kang Chang and fabricated on the island, stands out in the space. The swivel chairs are by Hans Wegner from DK Vogue, and the ceiling fan is by Boffi. The display of books adds a touch of color to the room.

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    Minimize visual clutter

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    To create a workspace that seamlessly integrates into the overall decor, consider using furniture made from clear or transparent materials, such as acrylic or lucite. This design choice adds a playful-yet-chic vibe to the room. In this sleek master bedroom renovation by Andrew Mann Architecture, a clear decorative credenza in the entry vestibule serves as a practical surface for books or a laptop. Choosing clear furniture allows any artwork placed above it to shine as the focal point.

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    Go floor to ceiling with storage

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    Make the most of your office space by opting for floor-to-ceiling shelving on all four walls. In this design by Davis, exposed 2 x 12 wall framing was used to create cubbies for display and storage. Keeping your office supplies organized is key to maintaining a tidy and efficient workspace, so if you tend to be messy, consider implementing the floor-to-ceiling shelving system on one wall as a solution.

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    Consider turning a hallway into an office

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    In homes with limited space, transforming a hallway into an office can be a practical solution for couples who need to share an office space. According to Sullivan, opening up the walls makes the office feel significantly more spacious. The addition of a glass desk, which doubles as an informal conference table, helps to maintain a sense of openness. The glass reflects the surroundings, making the office appear even larger. If a customized office area is not within your budget, consider looking for floating desk and shelving systems at stores like Ikea or The Container Store. Add a personal touch by painting the unit and install under-cabinet lighting for a completed look.

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    Try a statement painting

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    Your home office is a great place to express your personal style and take design risks with art and furniture choices. According to Sullivan, adding beautiful art to your home office elevates the space, making it feel inviting. Tall stained oak bookshelves that reach the ceiling provide ample display space for artful objects and books.

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    Add a jolt of color

    Incorporate a bold pop of color into your office space while maintaining a neutral overall aesthetic. Designer Alexandra Mangimelli, principal at Strang, suggests adding color to correspondence spaces to create a cheerful environment. Lighting with a warm glow and homey touches like candles, plants, and throw pillows can also contribute to a cozy feel.

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    Give yourself a view

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    In open floor plans, it's important to ensure that your office blends seamlessly with the rest of the interior design. The office designed by Sullivan for a Silicon Valley executive features glass doors that allow views of the interior and the beautiful outdoor landscaping. The use of seeded glass doors allows natural light to fill the room, creating a bright and airy ambiance that makes the space appear larger. If you don't have many windows in your office area, keep the wall color light, use gauzy curtains or a neutral roman shade, and bring in potted plants to add a touch of nature.

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    Manhattan Home Office With a Stunning View

    This office in a Manhattan duplex designed by Carlos Aparicio offers spectacular views. To complement the view, the office is filled with sophisticated treasures. These include a painting by Wayne Gonzales, a sculpture by Geoffrey Clarke, a 1930s Cuban mahogany desk by De Coune, and a swivel chair covered in Edelman leather.

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    Aspen Office With Statement Art Piece

    If you can't decide on a paint color or how to arrange a gallery wall, why not feature a single large art piece? In an Aspen, Colorado, home designed by Stonefox Architects, the office draws attention with an eye-catching Thomas Struth photograph. This striking art piece takes center stage, allowing the other elements of the room to remain minimal.

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    Don't be afraid to make the space feel more cozy

    Though working from your bed is not recommended for productivity, your home office doesn't have to be a sterile environment either. Tracy Morris from Tracy Morris Design suggests adding warmth to your office by using lamps with a warm glow (2700k color temperature) and incorporating homey touches like candles, plants, throw pillows, and blankets. Make your workspace feel comfortable and inviting.

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    Go matchy-matchy to make a statement

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    For a sophisticated and intentional look, designer Alexandra Mangimelli combined minimal yet matching furnishings in the office of a couple's part-time Miami home. The custom dual-sided desk is supported by brass legs and features a walnut cabinet in the center, topped with Calcutta marble. The walnut wall paneling conceals built-in cabinetry for equipment and storage.

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    Go All Out With Vintage

    If you prefer a more traditional and charming office space, consider outfitting it entirely with unique antique pieces. From your desk and chair to the frames on the wall, incorporating vintage and antique items can add character and a sense of a slower-paced lifestyle. Keep in mind that a large computer monitor may not fit well with this design aesthetic.

    Embrace a Maximalist Style

    While commercial office spaces often opt for subdued colors and a lack of personality, your home office doesn't have to follow suit. Take the opportunity to experiment with vibrant colors and eclectic patterns, creating a bold workspace that reflects your own unique style. The environment you work in can have a significant impact on your mood and productivity, so infusing your space with creativity can help inspire your own creative thinking.

    Introduce Dark Walls and a Striking Rug

    In the office of art dealer Christophe Van de Weghe and his wife, Anne-Gaëlle, designed by Annabelle Selldorf, a cozy fireplace and dark, moody elements set the tone. The space showcases a Sarfatti light fixture, Prouvé desk, and Finn Juhl chair. Adorned with Line Vautrin mirrors and artworks by Cy Twombly and Jean Dubuffet, the office features banquette cushions upholstered in a Great Plains fabric. And let's not forget that eye-catching zebra rug!

    Your home office is your personal space, so fill it with things you love. Style a gallery wall against a neutral background and arrange the prints on the floor first, experimenting with different configurations until you achieve a harmonious look. Use removable wall strips to easily hang your prints, allowing you the flexibility to change the display whenever you desire. Geraldine Tan, Founder & Editor of Little Big Bell, suggests this approach for adding personality to your workspace.

    Get The Look: Check out Minted for a vast collection of affordable prints. They even offer a free service where you can text a picture of your wall to their stylists, who will then provide you with recommendations for art pairings. Matting and framing can elevate the look of art prints, but it can also be costly. Don't overlook Michaels—they offer custom framing services in-store!

    Create a Monochromatic Space

    Follow interior designer Mary Beth Christopher's lead and select a moody shade to cover the walls, trim, and ceiling of your office. This monochromatic approach, as showcased by MBC Interior Design, creates a visually striking effect. Pair it with gold lighting fixtures for the perfect contrast.

    Elevate Your Space with Wallpaper

    You don't need an abundance of decorative items to enhance your home office. A statement-making wallpaper can do most of the work. If you haven't finalized your furnishings yet, start by choosing a wallpaper print that you love. Let it guide the color scheme and style for the rest of the room.

    Incorporate Non-Office Elements

    There's no reason your home office can't reflect your personal interests. Designer Tiffani Baumgart encourages the inclusion of art, objects, photos, and even music in your office space. By incorporating these elements, you stay connected to who you are and feel inspired throughout the day.

    Utilize Cabinets for Storage

    Don't forget to consider the interiors of your storage when organizing your home office. Stacey Cohen suggests that many home offices become cluttered simply because there isn't a designated place for belongings. In her design, file drawers and a pull-out printer cabinet ensure a clutter-free space. Wall-mounted drawers, like the ones shown here, provide hidden storage when grouped together or stacked.

    Mediterranean-Inspired Home Office

    Thomas Pheasant transformed a Mediterranean-style house outside Las Vegas into an elegant and sophisticated space, defying the city's reputation for opulence. The husband's study, featuring anigre paneling, muted tones, and refined fabrics, exudes an Art Deco feel. The renovation created a subdued and tasteful environment in contrast to the flashy nature of Las Vegas.

When it comes to creating the best home office decor, the options are truly endless. From the sleek and minimalist designs to the vibrant and bold color palettes, there is a style to suit every taste and preference. Whether you choose to go for a coastal-inspired workspace, a vintage and antique collection, or a stunning view overlooking the city skyline, the key is to optimize your space and make it functional yet inspiring. By incorporating elements such as stylish chairs, accent walls, statement paintings, and unique storage solutions, you can create a workspace that not only boosts your productivity but also reflects your personal style. So go ahead and transform your home office into a haven of creativity and productivity that you'll never want to leave.

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