If there’s one space we’ve seen become more and more vital in homes all over the world, it has to be the office. Blame it on the growing freelance economy, the grown children spending longer at home or simply the increase in flexible work solutions; however you look at it, the home office seems likely to become a stalwart of any modern home.
As the study space has become more entrenched in our homes, so too has its style; no longer restricted to ugly chairs or clinical lamps, the home office of today can be as unique and personable as the rest of your home. To up your own home office game we take inspiration from favourite spaces and pieces that make for an interior that brings a sense of professionalism without compromising the atmosphere of home.
Smooth and Soothing
Even when you’re slammed with work, a calming palette of hues and materials will help create a calming home office space. We love the way Cassie James-Herrick of CJH Studio has paired brass accents with soft greys and smooth timber in this
A freestanding desk adds a sense of space and luxury to any office area, and
While function is no doubt the most important factor in choosing an office chair, form shouldn’t have to be compromised. Chosen by the ladies at Golden
Lektor Desk Lamp
With its Scandinavian silhouette and brass elements, this
Make A Statement
If you’re sharing your study with a bedroom, living area or other space, why squash it into the background when it can stand out? Doherty Design use bold forms and design objects to make this study space an expression of creativity in
Eames Management Chair
A classic for good reason, this iconic
For younger members of the family, often a study space coexists with a bedroom – and while the old ‘desk under a bunk bed’ might conjure up IKEA connotations,
When faced with limited space or storage solutions, a unified solution like