In order to get the creative juices flowing on a daily basis, I require a few specific things: tea, great music blasting through a set of headphones and an inspiring workspace in which to spend my 9 to 5. Of course, everybody’s idea of wonderful home office design is completely different. While a formal desk is paramount for some, a comfy beanbag chair will suffice for others and all sorts of interesting options reside between the two, which is why the Style at Home team loves perusing Pinterest. Here are a few of our favourite home office design boards.
1 Lauren Thorp
Lauren’s Workin’ 9 to 5 board is a gorgeous blend of the light and bright, instilling a sense of possibility that any working professional craves. Combining stylish rooms with fabulous home office accessories, pretty organization solutions and even products to help you work on the go, this board presents an efficient and fun approach to home office design.
2 Jacqueline Corea
Jacqueline’s Office board combines drama with imagination and showcases spaces that were clearly designed to help big dreams flourish. Dramatic window treatments, stunning chandeliers, and lofty ceilings (no doubt a reflection of a creative personality’s lofty ambitions) dominate this otherwise modest board and makes one feel as though anything is possible.
3 Kelly James
Kelly’s Office board is bold, dreamy and a little bit moody. Striking a pleasant balance between ultra modern all-white rooms and more studious grey colour palates, this board explores a wide range of design elements. Unafraid to incorporate a little bit of pattern here and there, Kelly pins an adventurous sense of whimsy that truly captures the idea that a workspace should be tailored to a specific individual.
4 Belinda Graham
Belinda’s Workspace board centres around the age-old saying of, “Work hard, play hard.” Stylish vignettes and creative storage solutions are punctuated with witty work-related illustrations and words of wisdom to help keep procrastination at bay. How to style open shelves, float a desk in the middle of the room, and seamlessly incorporate chalkboard paint into a space are just a few of the fun pins you’ll find on this board.