Slide through the gallery to see some great home office furniture
The home office has become a must-have for many working professionals, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a dedicated room in your home. If size is an issue, a study space can be created in a spare bedroom or living area.
Bespoke storage offers a solution to keeping your office clutter free, while maximising natural light with glazing and pale colours creates an ideal working environment.
Image above: Located in a dormer loft extension, a large window floods this office space with light. The desk and shelving are from John Lewis, and the striped blinds are from Fiona Furnishings. View Project →
This workspace doubles as an extra bedroom, with minimal furniture from Ikea, and pretty coloured desktop storage
This study area, at the end of a living area, offers a bespoke bookcase and desk planned by interior designer Claire Hammond and made by Manor House Design
Tucked in the corner of a guest bedroom, this office for an online business has been crafted by a local carpenter, who made the desk, box shelves and racks for wrapping paper
A dark scheme has been used in this newly built study, up in the top floor of the property. The sofa is from Cassina and the desk is from Interlübke
This relaxed painting studio offers a light and airy place to work, opening out onto the garden. A quirky toy collection is displayed in reclaimed units
A simple desk offers a workspace with views into the trees. A day bed provides extra sleeping space if it is required for guests
In a converted pig barn, this traditional office has slate flooring from Tile Style to mimic the original cobbles, and the desk and chair are from Ikea. The doorways are positioned to create a sense of flow
This bright space offers ideal working conditions, with a table and chair from Morton & Morton. A wall of floor-to-ceiling storage allows items to be tidied away for a clear desktop