20 inspirational home office ideas and color schemes – Whether you like it or not, colors unconsciously shape many aspects of our daily lives. They influence people’s attitudes towards their surroundings and have a slight effect on a person’s work performance.
When it comes to picking up a color scheme for an office, think about the type of mood you want ideally to be present, think about what kind of work is going to be done there, and what kind of person will be working there. The home office can play a wide variety of roles. If one works from home, it is the 9-to-5 place of business; for others, it’s a place to pay the bills, go to mail or store important documents.
As a tribute to this characteristic Parisian road, Boca do Lobo created Boulevard writing desk, a highly desirable classic piece perfect for your exclusive office or for a private place like your room, where you rather prefer to register your thoughts and your ideas
Manu Writing Desk inspired by Manuelino style with a top lined with a black lacquered mirror, and the work area is made of leather.
A modern office in yellow and gray.
A wood office with modern details.
Craftsman Home Office by Portland General Contractors The Works
Modern Home Office by Miami Design-Build Firms Trend Design + Build
Traditional Home Office by Calgary Closet & Home Storage Designers Niche Designs Inc.
Traditional Home Office by Burnsville Design-Build Firms Highmark Builders
Contemporary Home Office by Toronto Interior Designers & Decorators Dochia Interior Design
Contemporary Home Office by London Architects & Designers Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Traditional Home Office by Bellaire Architects & Designers Laura Manchee Designs
Eclectic Home Office by Vancouver Interior Designers & Decorators The Cross Design
Transitional Home Office by Boca Raton Photographers ibi designs
Eclectic Home Office by Farmington Interior Designers & Decorators Cynthia Mason Interiors. Different colors promote different moods. For instance, warm colors such as yellow, red and orange are very stimulating colors and tend to raise awareness. They promote a positive attitude and outlook on surroundings.
Traditional Home Office by Edina Design-Build Firms Great Neighborhood Homes
Contemporary Home Office by Vancouver Interior Designers & Decorators After Design
Transitional Home Office by Boston Interior Designers & Decorators Annsley Interiors
Contemporary Home Office by Huntersville Interior Designers & Decorators Simplicity Interiors
Contemporary Home Office by Alexandria Interior Designers & Decorators 2 Ivy Lane
Beach Style Home Office by Minneapolis Interior Designers & Decorators Martha O’Hara Interiors
Traditional Home Office by Greenville Interior Designers & Decorators Linda McDougald Design
Contemporary Home Office
Contemporary Home Office by Huntington Beach Interior Designers & Decorators Domicile Interior Design