"Stylish home offices you have to see"

5 stylish home offices you have to see

Working from home is a pleasure that some lucky persons have, but we all have to, at some point, to do a little bit of extra work at home. That’s why most of us have an home offices. That’s our space to get some work done in the calmness and comfort of our home.

If you have a boring home office you must check these brilliant ideas for your space. In this post you will see incredible home office ideas and designs that are a pleasure to watch and to work in.

Images and text by Dwell!

Incredible home office #1

"Stylish home offices you have to see"Make room for it: The resident of this tiny house in the Belgian forest didn’t have room for a home office, so she made one in the form of a glassed-in addition with a stellar view. In such an open environment, she chooses wisely what occupies the space: a Tense table by Piergiorgio and Michele Cazzaniga and Flow chairs by Jean Marie Massaud, both for MDF Italia. Photo by Frederik Vercruysse.

Incredible home office #2

"Stylish home offices you have to see"

“Few of us are lucky enough to own a Richard Meier house overlooking a lake, but we can still learn from the home office setup, which, much like in a boat, utilizes low storage to eliminate clutter. Photo by Dean Kaufman.”

Incredible home office #3

"Stylish home offices you have to see"

“Let’s take this outside: One resident of a Tokyo apartment building built by the Office of Ryue Nishizawa takes advantage of fair weather and does away with working inside altogether, utilizing patio space for an inspiring outdoor office. Photo by Dean Kaufman.”

Incredible home office #4

"Stylish home offices you have to see"

“Inbox only: Take a cue from this house in Maryland, in which the home office is dedicated to the world outside. The desk is unencumbered by drawers, and holds only a computer and an inbox. Nearby, wood cabinets and drawers hold “cold storage.” Photo by James Ray Spahn.”

Incredible home office #5

"Stylish home offices you have to see"

“Double up: The dining room of graphic designers Jeanette and Mike Abbink’s Brooklyn residencedoubles as a home office and includes a voluminous library, hence the entire wall dedicated to bookshelves. Here, “Ziggy Diamond” wallpaper and a surreal Erle Loran draw the eye away from the workspace. Photo by Dean Kaufman.”

Do you like these stylish home offices? Get some ideas for your own start upgrading your space! Get the best of both worlds: the practicality of a workplace and the comfort of your home!

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Source: Dwell