When it comes to working at home, creating an environment that will ensure productivity is key, and the solution definitely varies based on your type of work and where you live. While some enjoy the luxury of a whole room for their home office, many of the workspaces in this slideshow have been mixed into a living space, kitchen, or bedroom. It’s amazing to see how even the smallest space (like the converted closet in the first photo) can become an easy and efficient workstation, while others have integrated systems of organization for props and supplies for design work. These offices differ in style, but there are several key features I noticed throughout these spaces. The first would be to keep a flexible surface (like a bulletin board) for organizing inspiration or key notes and documents that can be switched out periodically. The second would be to pick a color palette that either energizes you (include brighter colors) or keeps you focused (try a cooler, minimal design).
Whether you work at home or often find yourself finishing up work at home, there are many offices here that represent a range of homes and lifestyles. Consider your office as an extension of your state of mind and you are bound to create a space that inspires! — Kevin