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.

The [e-spres-oh] office from Timișoara, Romania – a design based on creativity, comfort and efficiency

The days when an office was a cold, grey and uninviting space that you wish you could avoid will soon be long gone as even smaller countries like Romania are beginning to understand that the key to a perfect office interior is balance. This is the [e-spres-oh] office, a project from Timișoara, Romania. It was  designed by our friends, Ezzo Design and the main focus here was to create a work environment that would feel inviting, comfortable and beautiful and where employees could be productive.

The idea behind the project was to maximize not only productivity but also creativity. This space was designed as a studio where software developers working here can come to brainstorm, relax and to come up with new ideas for improving their efficiency. Although it’s an office, this space feels very warm, inviting and relaxing.


Workspace Magic: Creative but Practical Desk Ideas

How many times have you gone to your desk only to find that it is covered in pens, USBs, manuals and paper? Alternatively, how many times have you gone to your desk to discover that you can’t find a pen at all? Organisation is a funny thing. There are those of us who just put things here, there and everywhere. And then there are those of us who have the knack for making things disappear.


Wood Paneling Adds Elegance And Warmth To Your Home Office

A while ago we talked about the versatility of wood paneling and the numerous ways in which it can be used throughout the house. Today we’re going to focus more on the office and we’re going to see how wood paneling can change the atmosphere here, making the room feel more inviting and cozy but also more elegant and refined.

This is a traditional home office where the walls, ceiling and floor are covered in wood

Wood is a very beautiful material and very versatile as well. It can be used for a variety of diverse projects. In interior design, wooden furniture and flooring are the most common.


Industrial Home Office Designs For A Simple And Professional Look

An industrial-style interior design is always special because it has a very unique look and atmosphere. This is a style that doesn’t suit all the rooms of a home but which can be beautifully used in a person’s favor in certain cases. The home office is one of the rooms that could greatly benefit from such an interior design. By using an industrial style when decorating this space, you instantly give it a more professional look even without trying.

Combine wood with metal and create a harmonious décor

In order to achieve such a décor, there are several options you can follow. For example, you can create a very simple and classical interior design for your home office and only give it an industrial feel with the help of accessories and accent pieces.


A playful take on the modern design that suits the Dublin Google Campus perfectly

As any of us would expect it, any new Google building, headquarters or campus has to have a playful and colorful design. It’s the look that suits it perfectly and also a look that captures the company’s essence vision. Today we’re going to take a look at the new Google Campus from Dublin, Ireland.

The campus is a collection of four buildings. They can all be found in the center of the historic docklands district and they offer more than 47.000 square meters of office spaces where teams from 65 countries can interact and work together. The campus was designed by Swiss architecture studio Camenzind Evolution in collaboration with local firm Henry J. Lyons Architects.


Task Desks That Will Help You Work In Your Home Office

Unlike regular offices, a home office ought to be designed around your personality and individualized to suit your needs. There are two central elements that will make a home office’s design help you to work efficiently; the chair and the desk. Desks should be chosen to fit in with the dimensions of the room you have available, yes, but they also need to be fit for the purpose that you intend them for.

Built In Storage.

Keeping your office essentials tidy is even more of an issue in a home office than elsewhere, so that you can shut your work away at the end of the day. If you have chosen an ‘open’ desk for your room that allows you to see through, there’s no need to compromise with integrated storage. One side of the underneath of the desk should be set aside for a lockable drawer or two.


DIY Home Office Décor

Working from home is a common occurrence these days so a home office can be a great addition to any living space. Although the home office might not make you think it requires a lot of décor (and perhaps it doesn’t), it should be a clean, organized and happy place. Here are some tips to design it well.

Maximise Space.

You might not always have a large amount of space in your home to dedicate to your study or home office. Tricks to increase space therefore come in handy. Use a wall cabinet to store your stationary and books. It looks neat and opens up the room.


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