People can work from their own homes these days. In order to create a comfortable place for working from home, designing a home office is a must. Besides a desk and a chair for working, you may also need a shelving unit to organize your office stuff.
Here are our 10 collections of modern home office design ideas with a wall shelving unit that will keep everything in your office organized.
1. Office and House by Story Architecture
This project is designed by Story Architecture, a combination of living space and working space. Office and House has a modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit and a color highlight. Placed behind the home office desk, the shelving unit is beautified in yellow.
2. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman
Designed by Alexandra Barker from Barker Freeman, South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse is a renovation project for a family. A modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit in this house can be found inside the bedroom, at the corner of the room.
Besides the wall shelving unit, the home office in this house is completed with a wall-mounted table to save more space.
Photos by Francis Dzikowski
Photo styling by Brice Gaillard
3. ToDD Residence by SkB Architects
It is a white, two-story volume designed with functional spaces. ToDD Residence is a residential project by SkB Architects and you also can find a modern home office in it. The modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit in this house is about creating a functional space with the shelving unit and a decorative look with the use of frames to beautify the wall.
Photography: SkB Architects
4. 20th Street St. Rowhouse by Barker Freeman
It is a living place for a family of four designed by Baker Freeman. 20th Street St. Rowhouse has a simple modern home office facing windows so the awesome views can be seen while working. This home office can be a perfect example where you can add a wall shelving unit easily because it doesn’t have too many accessories or decorations.
Photography: Francis Dzikowski/OTTO
5. Tribeca Duplex Combination by Barker Freeman
A modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit in Tribeca Duplex Combination can be used as book storage. Designed by Barker Freeman, the modern home office in this apartment looks simple with a wooden table and an office chair.
Photographer: Sophie Munro
6. Oe’s House by ALTS DESIGN OFFICE
A comfortable interior space can be found inside Oe’s House, including in its modern home office. This modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit is not only comfortable but also “hidden” at the corner of the room, completed with a wooden sliding door to make you concentrate on working.
Photography: ALTS DESIGN OFFICE
7. MEISEL by Marmol Radziner Architecture
It is an awesome Hawaiian-style ranch house designed by Marmol Radziner Architecture. MEISEL has an inviting modern home office design idea inside with a big wall shelving unit that is used more as book storage.
Photography: Marmol Radziner Architecture
8. VILLA UYUNI by Young H Design
A minimalist interior in VILLA UYUNI also can be seen in its modern home office. This perfect retreat is designed by Young H Design that has a modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit made from wood. Both the shelving unit and the office table have the same theme so a balanced look can be created.
Photography: Young H Design
9. Hermes City Plaza – The Room by Standard Studio
If you have a limited home space then need to create a home office, then a modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit in Hermes City Plaza – The Room is perfect for you. There is a small office placed at the corner of the room, facing the window to get awesome views outside.
Photographer: Wouter van der Sar
10. Kiah House by Austin Maynard Architects
In this cottage, the modern home office design idea with a wall shelving unit is dominated in white and black. Designed by Austin Maynard Architects, Kiah House has a comfortable home office with a wall shelving unit added on the wall right above the office table so it is easy for someone to reach everything from the chair.
Photography: Austin Maynard Architects