10 Smart Design Ideas for Your Home Office to Consider

You need the best design for your home office, especially when there is not enough space. A home office needs a good organization and also a comfortable atmosphere so you can do your projects well even when you work from home.

Here are 10 smart design ideas for your home office to consider. Check them out!

1. Clevedon Estate by Herbst Architects

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Clevedon Estate by Herbst Architects has a smart design idea for your home office, especially to organize your office things. This masonry house has a wooden floor-to-ceiling shelf that can be used to store a lot of things. This shelf is a great idea to save more space as well.

Photographers: Lance Herbst and Simon Devitt

 

2. Nasledie by Kerimov Architect

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A smart design idea for your home office also can be found in this modern house. Nasledie by Kerimov Architect has a simple home office that is perfect for a small space. The wall-mounted desk is the key to this home office that will not waste your home office space.

Photographer: Dmitry Chebanenk

 

3. Oe’s House by ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

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If you need more privacy without any disruption while working at home, the smart design idea for your home office in Oe’s House by ALTS DESIGN OFFICE can be the best solution. This home office has a wooden sliding door that is added for more privacy while the wall-mounted desk is used as a space saver.

Photography: ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

 

4. Hermes City Plaza – The Room by Standard Studio

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The smart design idea for your home office in this tiny house is about utilizing the corner area of the room that has a window to capture the awesome view. Hermes City Plaza – The Room by Standard Studio has a simple home office with a wooden wall-mounted desk facing the window that offers natural light as well.

Photographer: Wouter van der Sar

 

5. Ripple House by FMD Architects

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Ripple House by FMD Architects has a smart design idea for your home office that can be the best solution to get more space to move easily. This home office is designed with a wooden wall-mounted desk and built-in shelves that can be used as additional storage.

Photography: FMD Architects

 

6. Blythwood Ravine by Richard Librach Architect

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In this new house, the smart design idea is about adding built-in furniture that can be used as a desk and storage. Blythwood Ravine by Richard Librach Architect has a warm home office with a wooden desk and wooden storage (shelves and cabinets).

Photography: Richard Librach Architect

 

7. Double Bay House by Arent&Pyke

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The smart design idea in Double Bay House by Arent&Pyke is about using a wall-mounted desk to provide a comfortable office desk and save more space at the same time. It is a perfect home office design for you who love simplicity. A jute rug is also added to bring a warm atmosphere.

Photographer: Felix Forest

 

8. Portal House Manly by Adriano Pupilli Architects

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Portal House Manly by Adriano Pupilli Architects is a contemporary home that has an awesome smart design idea for your home office. The home office in this house is utilizing the high ceiling to add additional storage.

Photographer: Simon Whitbread

 

9. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman

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It is also a good idea to use the corner area of your bedroom space to create a small home office. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman has a smart design idea for your home office with a wall-mounted desk and floating shelves.

Photos by Francis Dzikowski

Photo styling by Brice Gaillard

 

10. Fort Greene Brownstone by Barker Freeman

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A smart design idea for your home office in Fort Greene Brownstone by Barker Freeman is about using the space under the stairs to design a small home office. In this small office, a wall-mounted desk and shelves can be created. You just need to add a chair to complete it.

Photography: Barker Freeman

Karin Hoover

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
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