Office Design Ideas

“Work smarter, not harder.” That’s what you’ll find as the underlying stylistic theme in this section of Office articles on Homedit. Whether you’re carving out a tiny desk in a closet or have the opportunity to overhaul an entire space to become the office of your dreams, you’re going to love these Office-related photos and articles.

Butterfly Magazine Basket

Some offices like dentist’s office or any other business  that involved people staying in a waiting room will use magazines to keep the clients busy while waiting. Even when you are at home with friends or just want to spend time on the terrace you will love having a nice magazine rack. It helps keeping all the magazines in one place and looks great, contributing to the general design of the room. This beautiful Butterfly Magazine Basket is natural and nice, perfect for any home or office.

The basket is totally ecological because the manufacturer uses rattan and albasia wood on an iron frame. The bottom and the sides are stronger and have a more resistant weaving of rattan, while the front and the back are more stylized and have a butterfly shape. The butterfly is colourful and beautiful, having coloured beads spread all over the design, giving the basket a youthful and merry look. The basket has two very useful handles on the sides, so you can move it easily from one place to another even if it is filled with magazines.  The basket size is perfect for storing magazines (18.75″W x 7.75″D x 11.75″H) and the price, too – $29.98.

Rustic desk for your office

There can be no home, office or educational institution without a desk in it. A person spends a lot of time at the desk, whether it is for work or entertainment. Today’s inspired piece is a great desk for your office. The Flatiron Desk is special because it is made out of reclaimed doors and is handcrafted. The pairing of antique elm doors and cast metal achieves the “form meets function” industrial appeal.

This lovey desk is artisan crafted with meticulous care. Given its handmade and hand-finished nature, variation in the wood or metal work are expected. Also, the reclaimed elm tabletop is hand-selected, planed, sanded and unfinished, with the patina of reclaimed wood. The tabletop may have holes from hinges or door knob given its previous life as an antique door. Its solid steel frame stands on caster wheels and is supported by structural cross bracing.


The Stylish Oak / White Farringdon Desk

The work space is very important. Not only that it’s there where you work and thus concentration is very important, but to be able to dot hat you also need to be comfortable. Also, since you spend a lot of time in there comfort is that much more important. The desk in this case is a basic element. This is the John Lewis Farringdon desk, the perfect combination of style and functionality.

This is a very simple desk, not suitable for office that needs a lot of storage space. It’s great if you only need a computer and some space for small items. The John Lewis Farringdon Desk has a strong and durable construction made of solid oak and white MDF desk. It has been painted white and it looks stylish and versatile.

The desk features a pull-out tray and hutch, perfect for the keyboard for example. It has slim and clean lines, straight legs and an overall lightweight look. Partial assembly will be required upon delivery. The overall dimensions of the John Lewis Farringdon Desk are H84 x W112 x D43cm. You can buy this product for £299. It’s great for both offices and home workspaces. It’s simple and compact and it doesn’t take much space. Also, its white design makes it easy to integrate in almost any space such as the bedroom, the living room, etc.

Ursuline Desk from Ligne Roset

When you are at the office, you just have to be satisfied with the already bought furniture and make the best use of it. But when you work at home and have your own office corner there, you can choose what is best for you, what you like and what you need. So you can purchase a very beautifully designed desk that fits your room perfectly and also your taste. This is Ursuline Desk from Ligne Roset in my opinion. First of all it is very feminine and I am a woman, so perfect so far. Then it has an incredible design, with an elegant shape and nice curves.


Another fun and colorful office design by Agustina Bottinelli

When you say “office” or “workplace” you imagine something formal, gray, even sad. However, not all offices need to be like that. This is a fun office. In fact, it doesn’t even look like a workspace but more like a home. It must be nice to feel like home at the workplace.

This was a project by Argentinian architect Agustina Bottinelli of AB I Arquitectos Asociados. The office features a colorful interior design with lots of red, a dynamic color that won’t let the employees get bored or fall asleep at their desks. The office also has creative piano key stairs, a very nice detail. The furniture is modern and colorful. The office also features old school video games, funny decorations and paintings on the walls and a strangely attractive bathroom.


The most fun and creative workplace you can find

After looking at the pictures, I can honestly say that this is by far the most fun office I have ever seen. I’m sure most of you feel the same way. Just imagine how much fun it would be to actually work there. Everything there is fun and with an interior design like that one you will want to get to work early. No more sick days for those employees!

Let’s take a closer look at this place and see what exactly makes it so incredibly fun. Well, first of all, the best thing about is that you can work, have fun, enjoy a cup of coffee and relax, all in the same place: at work. It sounds insane but it’s true. There, whenever you’re not working or taking a break you can just go have a cup of coffee or something to eat at the cafeteria, visit the shooting range whenever you feel the need to blow off some steam, hang out in the tree house when you need to be alone and even get a tattoo.


Hongkong Post Post Makeover

Decorating in usually used to improve and make a better ambient in homes and small offices but in Hong Kong the ADO architects wore contracted to recreate the Mong Kok Post Office, a public service with both history and brand so they used most of their skills and imagination to complete the job.

Since the Mong Kok is the most popular post there they had a tough mission. They decided to separate it in three parts: reorganizing the signaling system for better visual communication, reshaping the space in order to make best use of it for the clients and for the employees also and re-branding the design of the post office to make it stronger incorporating its unique history and branding identity.


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