Reimagined Home Office: Modern Home Office Trends That Break Away From the Cookie-Cutter Look

This week, I was very lucky to have guest blogger Amy Spanola for LuxeDecor share modern home office trends that break away from the cookie-cutter look. 
Coming up to the new school year, and many grads starting new jobs - it's great to have these beautiful looks and inspirations. I know I have just moved, and I'm starting a new job so these photos are definitely being added to my home office inspirations!

As more people are working from home, it’s often a necessity to have a business space inside the family dwelling. From a small den to a large workspace, there are tons of ideas for creating a cozy and contemporary home office. If you’re hoping to give your workstation a splashy new look, here are some tips and tricks for incorporating a few fresh trends. Remember: a home office doesn’t have to subscribe to any design rules.

Image via Zillow 
A cool and coastal home office bucks the trend of bookshelves and file cabinets and instead operates as a part-time lounge. Free from lots of computer clutter, this simple and serene office is filled with soft blues, grays and winter whites. A little writing desk is all that’s needed for this easy and elegant office.

Image via Stephanie Lynn 
A large dressing room and vanity space works as female boss headquarters. A fluffy sheepskin rug, acrylic desk chair and mirrored table create a chic and charming little work lair. Additional glitz, in the form of a large floor mirror and chandelier,make this space feel luxurious without being too fussy or frilly.

Image via Home Depot
A multi-purpose home office offers endless opportunities for crafting, hosting houseguests or work. Large storage cabinets offer plenty of space for notebooks, printer supplies and paperwork. A wall art gallery, acrylic desk chair and a few framed photos add tons of flair. Perfect for a small apartment or tiny condo, this home office is warm and work-friendly.

Image via Italiandes
A super chic and glamorous office is perfect for involved work projects or ongoing artistic endeavors. A large center island can be used for computer or crafting time, while a side desk area includes tons of hanging storage and organizational bits like a wall calendar and swivel desktop caddy. Mint and white offer the perfect colors for this sleek and polished office.

Image via Livinator
For an industrial office, nothing is better than a bit of brick and metal. Ideal for creating a cabin aesthetic, this small office space includes a fireplace and a large wall mirror. Complete with lots of vertical storage for books and journals, this hip office is perfect for those seeking rustic vibes.

Guest Post by Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor

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