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How To Create An Inspiring Home Office Space

Nobody wants to work, but an inspiring home office space can take away the pain. After all, how are you supposed to tap into your creative side or work to a rapid pace when you are surrounded by the dull and dreary? A lot of people don’t realise it; but a plain and boring office space is actually a lot more distracting than an energetic and exciting one. Through carefully considering your home office’s design and decor you can create the inspiration you need to complete a successful day’s work.

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Maximize Your Office Space With A Corner Desk

Finding the space for a home office is not always easy. Most of the time you don’t have a spare room that you can turn into an office so you have to be creative and to improvise. You can find a space somewhere in a room and you can turn it into a work area. To take advantage of the space it would be wise to use a corner of a room. The corners remain unused most of the time and it’s a waste of space. This is an opportunity to cleverly use it.

If you have a window, try to incorporate it into the work area

Today we’re going to focus only on corner offices and corner desks and we’re going to explore this option. Let’s say you have a whole room which you can use as an office. You still have to use the available space in a smart way.


19 Artist’s Studios and Workspace Interior Design Ideas

As soon as you enter an artist’s studio you can just tell that it’s no ordinary space. it has something special that you can’t actually define but that defines that space perfectly. It’s that thing that makes an artist’s studio or workspace easy to recognize and that gives it character. But what is that thing? Maybe we can find out if we analyze several examples.

Let’s start with this one. It’s actually quite the usual office. It has a simple interior décor with a framed picture on a wall, a desk, some shelves and some simple chairs. But the detail that makes it stand out are all those colorful post is that cover almost an entire wall. They create a rainbow of color and the idea is very creative.


A new office for BLUE Communications that perfectly captures their spirit

This is the new office space that was designed for BLUE Communications, an interactive agency from Montreal. With a name like this, you would expect this space to definitely include the blue color. As you can see, it does. Blue was sued as the only accent color for the entire office space. The rest of the office was kept simple and neutral, with shades of black, white and grey, in order to allow the blue elements to stand out even more.

The company specializes in web development, branding, content creations, social media, mobile apps and databases so it needed an office that would capture the character and spirit of what it offers. This new office is located in Montreal and it occupies a surface of 2750 square feet. It can be found on the 8th floor of the Carrefour d’Innovation INGO. The office is organized into several separate zones. The goal was to create a space that would encourage interaction and creativity.


How To Select Flooring For A Home Office

Home offices, unlike other domestic spaces, need to be designed to work as efficiently as possible rather than favoring comfort. In a living room or a bedroom, comfort should be given the lion’s share of the designer’s attention. However, the ability to provide a productive working environment is what home office design is all about.

That is not to say that aesthetic considerations don’t need to be taken on board. Even if your home office is part of another room, maybe a corner of one of your home’s reception rooms, it needs to be functional. Otherwise, you simply won’t use it and there will be little point in having a home office at all. A good working area is the key to most home offices.


5 Unique and Stylish Desk Chairs For Your Home Office

Are you tired of your boring, black “roll-y” desk chair? Sure it has wheels and it has the ability to go up and down to fit your height, but don’t you want something just a bit more stylish for your office? Even though you may be working in cubicle or a barely decorated space in the house, doesn’t mean you can put a tad more thought into your seating! Take a look at some of these unique choices!

1. Ghost Chairs.

I absolutely adore this chair for so many reason. Ghost chairs are one of the best home decor trends. They can mix in with any room, of any color, of any theme and still stand out. It’s such an unusual look, even when that looks melds into the scenery. They’re not bulky either, with is a definite plus for small spaces.


What Makes A Home Office Functional And Great To Work In

Most people feel the need to have a home office. Whether you’re working from home or you bring work home with you or if you simply need a space where you can go when you have a project that needs to be completed, the home office is where you should be. But it’s often difficult to design this space in such a way that it would feel like a space where you would actually like to work. The following tips should help with this problem.

The right space.

First of all, you have to decide where you want your office to be. If several rooms are available, you need to choose the right one. The home office should be away from traffic, away from the kids’ playroom and away from the living room. It has to have lots of outlets and it also needs to be easily accessible in case a client has to come over.


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