Working from home is a new trend in every company in this world. And by the increasing of this trend, we need more and more design about home office. You can try to play with the color, furniture, or even the wall, everything can be done and look amazing. And this time, I would like to give you more ideas about the home office that you can use for your additional preference. Take a look at The Best Design For Home Office To Make You Feel Tranquil And Fun.
1. Lacquered Furniture
Designer Raji Radhakrishnan uses Lacquered Furniture to make an illusion of wider space. The characteristic of Lacquered furniture which looks glossy will act as a mirror to reflect your space, therefore the illusion of a bigger space. This is perfect for you who have a small office in your house.
2. Make It Feels Outdoor
When I saw it for the first time, I thought that it was a secret garden. But when I look closely, this is in fact a home office. By using faux plant decoration combined with a green floor this home office will look like a little garden. Working here will give you the tranquility that you need.
3. Going Old School
Nothing beats the idea of going old school. Using vintage furniture and decoration doesn’t make it looks old and off the chart, in fact, by going old-school you’re bringing the room decoration to the next level. Look how the office from Menswear Shop Mountain Dandy uses old-school furniture and it looks amazing.
4. Fun Color
Working is tiring, that is why you need an office room that can re-energize yourself. Look how Krsnaa Mehta uses the vibrant fuchsia wall as a design for the office. It looks fun and full of energy. It’s the best healing when you’re tired.
5. Going Bold In Color
Other than looking fun color, you can also go bold in color. In this design, not only does Katie Ridder use a bold color but she also uses high-gloss paint to make the rooms feel luxe and glam.
6. Floating Desk
If you’re tired and feel crammed in using a room for the office, then how about using a nook or a cranny in your house? Look how a shapeless studio designed a floating desk for the people who prefer to utilize the nook or cranny in their house.