10 Minimalist Work Space Designs to Inspire A Work-Friendly Space at Home

These days, you don’t have to go to your office to work. You can work from your own home by creating a comfortable minimalist workspace. A minimalist workspace is a simple workspace, designed only with essential needs for working such as a desk, a chair, and storage.

If you need to design your own workspace, here are 10 minimalist workspace designs to inspire a work-friendly space at your home.

1. Light and Blue by Tobi Architects

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If you have a small space on the corner of your bedroom, you can transform it into a cozy workspace. Light and Blue by Tobi Architects is a minimalist apartment with a minimalist workspace design that is completed with an office chair and a wall-mounted desk.

Photography: Tobi Architects

 

2. Darlington Residence by Abramson Architects

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The minimalist workspace design in Darlington Residence by Abramson Architects is all about simplicity. There is a wooden wall-mounted desk and a wooden chair in this workspace. The wooden floor can create a matching look and bring a warmer atmosphere as well.

Photographer: Marco Gualtieri

 

3. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman

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Another idea to bring a comfortable workspace to your home can be seen in South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman. Designed at the corner of the bedroom, the minimalist workspace design in this house is completed with a wall-mounted desk and wall-mounted shelf.

Photos by Francis Dzikowski

Photo styling by Brice Gaillard

 

4. Oe’s House by ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

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For a more comfortable working atmosphere, you can add a wooden slide door for your workspace at home just like a minimalist workspace design in Oe’s House by ALTS DESIGN OFFICE. Using a small spot at the corner of the room, this workspace looks awesome with its wall-mounted desk and slide door.

Photography: ALTS DESIGN OFFICE

 

5. Hermes City Plaza – The Room by Standard Studio

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Living in a tiny house? Try this minimalist workspace design. The minimalist workspace in Hermes City Plaza – The Room by Standard Studio is placed at the corner of the room, facing a window. With a wooden desk and chair, the beautiful view outside can be seen easily through the window while working.

Photographer: Wouter van der Sar

 

6. Nasledie by Kerimov Architect

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If you need a modern style for your workspace at home, you can try a minimalist workspace design in this modern house. Nasledie by Kerimov Architect offers a comfortable modern workspace with an office chair and a small wall-mounted desk.

Photographer: Dmitry Chebanenk

 

7. Brunswick Rd House, Brunswick by Chan Architecture

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You can also use the space under the stairs in your house to create a minimalist workspace. Brunswick Rd House by Chan Architecture has a modern minimalist workspace design that applied for the workspace under the stairs. This workspace is completed with a black chair and a white desk.

Photography: Chan Architecture

 

8. Intelligence by Tobi Architects

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Designing a minimalist workspace in your house’s entertaining area is also a great idea. The minimalist workspace design in Intelligence by Tobi Architects is about creating a comfortable workspace with a wooden wall-mounted desk and an office chair.

Photography: Tobi Architects

 

9. Villarroel Apartment by Raul Sanchez Architecture

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A minimalist workspace design with a desk and a chair are enough. It depends on what kind of desk and chair you choose to make your workspace looks awesome. Just like the minimalist workspace design in Villarroel Apartment by Raul Sanchez Architecture, the contrast look of the wooden desk and the black chair make the workspace comfortable and also inviting.

Photography: Jose Hevia

 

10. Double Bay House by Arent&Pyke

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A wooden wall-mounted desk and a chair are a perfect combination for a minimalist workspace design. Double Bay House by Arent&Pyke uses this kind of perfect combination to create a comfortable workspace without wasting more interior spaces inside the house.

Photography: Arent&Pyke

Karin Hoover

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