5 home office decor ideas – that make working from home FABULOUS

Whether your home office is a corner of the bedroom or living room, or you are lucky enough to have a spare room to convert, choosing how to decorate it so you can work productively is key. However, it’s not all about practicality: looks are so important if you’re to feel comfortable, happy and even willing to show it off in an open plan space.

We have found five great ideas below that will inspire you, from bold and beautiful to pared back and simple. For tons more home office ideas, don’t miss our full design feature.

1. An industrial style home office, with a twist

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The industrial, bare-brick look is still going strong, but that doesn’t mean it can’t have a touch of the pretty too. This lovely shade of lilac is called Gentle Lavender (opens in new tab)it looks great behind the jet black desk and white shelving, in fact, black goes with any color so if pastels aren’t your thing then go bold!

2. Home offices can be bright and beautiful!

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Home offices, like other rooms in your house, should be an extension of your personality. There’s no need for them to be boring and ‘office’ like. We love this bold idea from Ikea, the rattan accessories and NILSOVE/NORNA (opens in new tab) chair are right on trend and you can find the navy ALEX desk here (opens in new tab). For a similar wallpaper try Graham & Brown’s Bloomsbury Emerald (opens in new tab) wallpapers.

3. Go sleek and contemporary to keep it simple

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For those who love the minimalist look, this is for you. Ultra modern and oh-so-white, this neat corner is ideal if you can keep your work paraphernalia in control – no messy desks here! The floor is glossy and modern and we love the styling of the Eames-style ribbed chair (opens in new tab)it breaks up the white scheme perfectly.

4. Go trad, but with modern highlights

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If you live in a period property then check out this charming corner, the dotty wallpaper is called Lower George St, Carousel (opens in new tab) and the paint is

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