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Super stylish home office secrets

01-Sep-2015
One of the trends they’ve been playing with a lot in this years catalog is using one
room for two (sometimes pretty different) activities. We really liked how this home
office space turned out, so we asked the stylist for her 3 top tips to make a stylish
work space in any home.
Sticking to neutral colors and black and white means your home office style is longer lasting.
Home office storage stacked on books
Sticking to neutral colors and black and white means your home office style is longer lasting.
Open storage like these wooden baskets mean that your work equipment can contribute to the room's style
Sticking to black and white colors and natural materials like wood to give a classic, established look to your home office.
Stick to a color palette
Here we chose, black and white colors and natural materials like wood to give a classic, established look. By sticking to strong basics you get a much longer lasting style too.
Show off your work history
Don’t hide your work away, display it! Even if you’re not working with vintage drafting tools and antique cameras, take some inspiration from your profession's glory days to create a display that shows off your work and sense of style. A good way to work on displays is to make a backdrop on the wall behind using pictures of different sizes, then, stack books and boxes in front to make some height with smaller signature pieces sitting on top, like a camera for example.
Take some inspiration from your profession's glory days to create a display that shows off your work and sense of style.
Bring your desk to the middle of the room to create a display that shows off your work and sense of style.
Make your desk a feature
And, put it right in the middle of the room. That way it becomes a centerpiece and you can use it for other things (like maybe mixing drinks) when you’re not working.