Experts have estimated that half of us could be working from home by 2020, thanks to better communication & technology along with more relaxed attitudes towards things like flexi-time. And that’s not to mention the millions of people in the UK who are self-employed.
If you’re going to work from home, you’re going to need a home office that lets you concentrate and do your best work. If you’re stuck for ideas, get some inspiration from the 10 images below.
Use blackboard paint to create a wall-sized chalkboard – ideal if you need to quickly scribble down notes, appointments or ideas.
Keep your home looking like a home. This clever office space is designed to hide technology and reduce clutter. The pendant lamps are also a great touch!
When an architecture firm was hired to renovate this North London home, they were given free-reign to tear it apart and start from scratch. The built-in office can be closed away and hidden when not in use, helping to maintain the home’s minimalist aesthetic.
Another space-saving office that folds away into a cupboard, blending in seamlessly with the rest of the home.
This Brazilian office uses custom furniture & shelves to squeeze as much useful space as possible out of an awkward, narrow room.
We’ve seen plenty of examples of homeowners converting the space under the stairs into a small office, but this is definitely one of the better ones!
This office says goodbye to the desk & chair setup altogether! This would be great for working away on your laptop in comfort!
One of the great things about a home office is that you can put your own unique spin on it. This tropical-themed office is a great example!
Do your family complain about your work taking over the house? These drawers keep your office equipment hidden in plain sight!
If you’re getting tired of staring at a blank wall, why not try out one of these colourful murals to give yourself a little inspiration?