10 home office setups that inspire productivity
May 6, 2022
Creative home office designs that boost your excitement to accomplish your to-do list.
The work environment plays an essential role in one’s productivity. Your boss, your colleague, your work area–all these factors constitute a work environment. However, that’s not the case when someone works from home. The work environment is different. The boss and colleague may not be around, and the “only” work environment that could impact the person’s productivity (in terms of work environment) is the workspace. The home office. If the design of the home office is not carefully thought out, one’s ability to focus and produce efficient outputs may be affected negatively. To help prevent the negative impact from happening, Lucullan Properties gathered 10 modern office designs that can induce a work-friendly atmosphere at home. From “The Executive’s pad” to “Bohemian-inspired balcony office,” we guarantee that all these setups create a better working atmosphere that can boost one’s productivity.
1. The Executive’s pad
Intensify your motivation to achieve your daily KPIs by reimagining your workspace with this expansive home office design from Inspiration Furniture - Coquitlam. The sophisticated desk, known as Nasdaq Keramik, is a Paolo Cattelan creation that intends to break the traditional scheme of the desk through the use of innovative materials and the intersection of tops and solid.
Photo: Inspiration Furniture
2. Space-saving workspace
Open shelvings are always a great way to save space. The home office design above kept all the resources accessible in a fairly organized shelve that took less than two yards of the owner’s workspace. This type of setup can help clear one’s mind, focusing only on whatever goal needs to be done for a day. To get this look, check Accent home’s Farmhouse Bay 50” desk or visit one of their stores at Coquitlam to see more designs for yourself.
Photo: Cha Loves Cafe/IG
3. Home office with your home buddies
Having someone beside you while working doesn’t always result in low-quality work performance. Being with your home buddies does not always lead to distraction. In fact, they can become your source of motivation and inspiration, especially when you’re pressured and stressed.
If you have a spare room, try this Clark and Co. Homes setup. Using a U-shaped or an L-shaped table is an excellent way to achieve this. If you’re a homeowner from Burnaby, the closest you can visit would be Source Office Furniture at North Fraser Way.
Photo: Home Office Inspiration/IG
4. Gamer’s crib-inspired
Having a gamer-inspired setup, especially when working in a close, or highly-related industry can help boost your creativity. The RGBIC strips and the overall vibe of a gamer's room can help bring virtual realities into life which in turn increases the capacity of the owner to create and think beyond the four corners of the room.
5. Neoclassical-inspired workspace/bedroom
One of the “best” perks of WFH is having the opportunity to rest comfortably without worrying about someone invading your privacy during break time. And If you’re one of the few blessed people with a flexible work schedule, you can rest your mind anytime–as needed.
Short naps can make one more productive. The opportunities to do these things help attain one’s goal effectively. If you can do so, set your home office beside your bed. Make it even lovely by setting up a neo-classical inspired workspace like the set-up above.
6. Simple yet complete
A simple home office setup with everything you need–your PC, desk, ergonomic chair, files, and couch. If you’re into functions rather than form, this simple, quiet, and bright workspace can help you nail your day.
7. Mid-century inspired workspace
Looking up to someone successful and incorporating their influences in your workplace at home may also help you stay motivated and productive. For example, interior designers who admire successful midcentury designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Jean Prouvé, Harry Bertoia, Arne Jacobsen, and George Nelson can set up a home office that employs midcentury furniture like the one above. Doing so can help them be reminded of their goals constantly.
Photo: Matilda Margareta/IG, Design by: Shawn Henderson/IG
8. Tranquil vibes
Nothing beats the productivity of someone whose mind is clear and at peace. To achieve that, get yourself a place where you can be relaxed and inspired. It doesn’t have to be somewhere far. Your room can be your haven. Try to remodel it with ivory, cream, or white accent furniture and use Hours in Place’s design above as your inspiration for setup. See how this type of home office can help you work better by letting you experience a warm and soothing atmosphere right in the comfort of your home.
Photo: Hours in Place/IG
9. Contemporary loft office
Biophilic designs promote mental and physical well-being. Things we ultimately need to get a task done. But how can you reconcile this fact with your love for modern aesthetics without compromising the style of your home setup?
In 2019, some designers at the CASACOR exhibition in the Rio Grande presented a cozy home office setup that incorporated modern furniture and biophilic design. The furniture: Flow table by QuadriArq studio, Angela chair by Aristeu Pires, and the lighting pieces Penn and Memory by Jader Almeida.
Photo: CASACOR Sustentável/IG
10. Bohemian-inspired balcony
Bohemian-inspired setups are warm and cozy. Meanwhile, the vibes that most homes’ balconies give are lovely. Do you think combining this two will produce an incredible workplace atmosphere for you?
If you do and have the abundance of freedom to work flexibly, why don’t you remake Mishys Arrtsy Home's boho-inspired home office on your balcony? Get the look by simply installing warm lights, cozy couches, soft pillows, fabulous embellishments, and biophilic elements to make the design more lively.
When a Bohemian-inspired design is perfectly set up on a balcony with a fresh and peaceful environment, it can constantly stimulate a person’s creativity and helps one to focus on things that matter.
This article was last updated on Dec 8, 2022