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Do you want to create the perfect home office space?

If so, then this is for you!

With any small office space, design, functionality and lighting are key for a great working environment and we have picked 113 best home offices ideas from the web that maximizes those factors for you to look through.

This list is packed with 113 home office ideas that will help you to find the perfect layout for your dream office space.

Ready? 

Let's dive in.

Attic Home Office Spaces

1. Getting rid of the paperwork? Clear the shelves and create a minimalistic yet functional look. 

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2. This office uses a wood effect Roller blind to great effect and they have added bottles to their window space, to add to the relaxed feel of the room. A natural wooden desk and lamp give this office a look of exploration.

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3. Utilise the unique shape of an attic to create a striking shaped office and bookcase. In addition, the glamorous Roman blind on display gives the office a regal feel.

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4. A striking contrast between the plain white and varnished wood creates a dramatic office.

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5. Use a pop of colour on the end wall to make a statement and use for storage. The window here gives the worker a great view while the grey blind contrasts the pop colour.

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6. Utilise the slope of the ceiling in this attic to create light over your work space.  Make sure you pick a roller blind to ensure that the heat from the sun doesn’t become too intense.

 

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7. Don’t let the low ceiling stop you, check out this design! Located in an attic this office has a large window at the side, and a good blind is required to stop the intense sunlight making working conditions unbearable.

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8. Why build a bookcase when the sloping walls are all you need, create this stunning backdrop with some striking pictures on the shelves.

The shelves are around the window allowing for great natural light to penetrate the room.

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9. Love your books? Create your own library and home office in the attic and make it a place you won't want to leave. In this classic look, the office has a small window at the back and as such requires two at the top of the roof to supplement its lighting.

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10. A modern twist to an attic office, with plenty of cupboard space to hide away those papers. Again these office spaces can be really warm due to the heat from the sun, so don’t forget your blind.

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11. This design utilises every inch of available space, with a pop of colour and sunlight really makes the room bright. 

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12. The white walls with grey and black accents gives this room a bright feeling.

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Home Offices For Multiple Users

13. Be inspired by the outdoors with the light and views out of the window. This office has opted for a full width blind that covers the entire 4 frames. This is something we can do for you with our custom made service.

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14. A chance for collaboration as well as your own space with this attic designed for two desks.

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15. This light room has an industrial feel with the cabinets and grey accents.

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16. This shared wooden table allows for collaboration and glass portion of the wall creates a striking environment.  

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17. It may not contain a striking desk but the wall creates an amazing feature all on its own. The spacious windows at the top allow natural light to penetrate the room.

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18. This clean and sleek office is perfect if you want to keep everything tucked away out of sight.

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19. The dark paint definitely does not make this room feel small, this double desk allows you to spread out as you work.

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20. This Japanese styled home office allows for both simplicity and functionality and a superb wooden blind adds to the look and feel.

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21. This statement floor combined with the wall creates a dramatic office with ample space and a wood slatted blind gives a bold look aligned with the thick wooden paneling of the wall.

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22. The wooden floors combined with the three windows creates plenty of light in this room and 3 blinds allow the user to regulate the flow of light.

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23. Floor to ceiling storage with built in desks allows your home office to only take up one wall, and the classic curtains make this a perfect bedroom home office.

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24. Got more space? The wrap around desk structure uses the space to its advantage with plenty of draws and shelves for storage.

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25. This panelled wall with contrasting wood shelves and seats creates a contrast that cannot be ignored and we again see the strong effect of a wooden blind.

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26. Need plenty of writing space, this office design with wooden floors has plenty of space for both the computer and to write and draw. The 2 split blinds add a splash of elegance and sophistication.

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27. Let the light in or not that is your choice with the blind being surrounded by books and shelves galore.

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28. The drawers not only add industrial feel to the room but create perfect sections to create a filing system.

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Small Home Office Space Ideas

29. This small cove in the wall can be utilised, some shelves, a desk and computer creates the perfect productive space.

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30. Turn what could be a reading corner into a functional workstation with plenty of spaces for files and pictures.

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31. This bright workstation can brighten any room and hide the mess of desks when you are done.

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32. Who said the landing is dead space? Make use of it by inserting a desk across the width of it. The grey blind helps the landing space to feel like a room.

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33. Oddly shaped spaces are not a problem with this home office solution whiling around corners in the walls.

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34. Really struggling for space? This desk doubles as a shelf creating the perfect functional hideaway in any bedroom. Don’t forget to get some curtain hooks to ensure that the curtain doesn’t continually get into your way.

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35. Not the smallest small space in the world but look at what you can do with a few roman blinds and a desk, create an effortless beautiful space.

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36. Whether these magnificent floor to ceiling cupboard are for office supplies or your personal walk in wardrobe the wooden desk creates a fabulous contrast and the matching blind really gives the area a sense of importance.

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37. This huge window and soft coloured wood creates a light bright clean sanctuary to work in. But they definitely need a blind adding to this window.

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38. Allowing you to optimise your small space check out this desk solution with floating shelves, you can also see the importance of a great office blind due to the intense flare of the sun.

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39. Why not build your desk into your bed and create the contemporary space with minimal clutter.

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40. This lean up shelving look creates vertical space without taking up that critical square footage.

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41. Striking carpet and endless light creates a timeless feel combined with that striking dark wood desk and in addition take a look at the beautiful floral blind.

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42. Bay windows are often forgotten or not utilised properly watch the world go by as you work with this design.

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43. This design can work in the tightest of space, with plenty of shelves and a chalkboard to keep you organised.

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44. For those who need solutions for tight spaces why not have your desk under your bed?

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45. Create ample space to get your work done, under the stairs!  

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46. Fold away the desk when it isn’t required with this innovative space saving idea.

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47. Need somewhere to keep things but still want it out of the way? This not only doubles as a shelf but keeps your work out of sight.

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48. This cove has been kept simple and functional but with wood finishing to give it an effortless finish.

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49. This office space takes up not much more than a single wardrobe, and could be built anywhere into the house! 

 

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50. Like to keep the mess hidden away? Check out this desk that hides behind a panel!

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51. This gorgeous cabinet can be part of your everyday furniture, yet it has a pull out desk for a home office station!

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52. The wood panel as a break in the black wall creates added drama to this home office design.

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Library Style Home Office Ideas

53. The old antique-styled chairs and colour scheme gives this open-spaced office a classic look.

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54. These chairs combined with the shelving creates a classic and bright look. The curtains give a relaxing feel to the room.

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55. Need somewhere to discuss things as well as a desk, check out this statement table along with matching chairs.

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56. The large patterned rug combined with the white chair creates a stark contrast to the black background.

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57. The patterned carpet combined with the grey accents creates a dazzling room. Notice how they have used both a blind and curtains to add more variety.

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58. The dark wood combined with the traditional styled furniture creates a classic library feel. Even the blind matches the color of the book bindings.

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59. You would never want to leave your home office with the combination of a real fire endless books and a place to sit and look out on the world. Here the window uses a fashion statement curtain combined with a practical blind.

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60. A modern take on the traditional library with white furniture and plenty of daylight.

 

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61. A large picture behind that desk or a projector screen to watch films on?

  

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62. Listen to the rain and let nature inside your office space with this glass and wooden furniture. 

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63. Create the traditional library feel without the large space. 

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Country Feel Home Office Ideas

 64. This large white space is completed by this striped roman blinds and matching office chair.

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65. This room has an explorers feel with its wooden desk, and traditional panels combined with the bamboo blinds. 

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66. This has a country chic feel at its heart with the solid wood desk and the simple structured chair creates a perfect simplicity. 

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67. Create a small space within your lounge area for the perfect little office space.

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68. This layered desk creates a multidimensional feel as well as additional shelving space.

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69. The combination of beautiful beams and layered desk definitely adds drama to this classically styled room.

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70. With the wire stand alone shelves combined with the multi drawer desk this style will definitely keep you organised while keeping the chic feel.

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71. The pin up allows you to keep home pictures or paperwork reminders, this is a new way to store your paperwork and the green blind ties in nicely with the theme.

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72. Never lose track of time with this statement clock, this really is a comfy looking home office with a beautiful wide blind.

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73. Utilise a statement patterned chair with plain white furniture makes the room pop.

 

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74. Who says neutral colours are boring… check out this fabulous office design. The striking curtains make the room pop.

 

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75. A statement desk combined with a gorgeous dropped light really gives this room an extra sense of glamour. 

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76. Optimise the use of your space with floor to ceiling cupboards except for a gap for more work space.

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Chic Home Office Ideas

 77. This is a truly chic office with a pop of pink creating a soft feeling.

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78. Use bright matching furnishing creates a stand out area to work in.  The bordered blind looks great at any level.

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79. These rectangular rooms are perfect to create your own home office, use the singular wall with a stand out desk to add colour.

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80. This is a stunning room design with plenty of light and a feature wall to create a dramatic effect.

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81. Don’t hide away that exposed brick and make that into a striking feature wall.

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82. A wall with a large window doesn’t have to be somewhere you can’t utilise, put a desk under it so the light doesn’t get on your screen.

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83. Not everyone needs a desktop, this gives you plenty of space to write and maybe pop a laptop on! 

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84. Short on space and need the desk in your room? Utilise a free standing desk and a cork board to keep yourself organised. The classic roller blind adds to the sophistication. 

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Modern Home Office Ideas

85. Utilise dark furniture when there is loads of light, you won't be disappointed.

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86. Don’t want the natural light? That’s fine, cover it up with a blind and create lighting within your storage system. Can you see those textured cupboards at the back? 

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87. Reclaimed wood or purchased this doesn’t matter we love the effect it has had on the room along with a zig zagged roman blind.

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88. The back of cupboard mirrored, why not? These contrasting colours and modern furniture gives a sleek modern feel.

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89. White with an accent of gold seems to be a winning combination on this design, especially when the sunlight hits the shiny gold.

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90. Make the ceiling beams the feature of the room with matching furniture really creates a wow factor.

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91. Check out this desk, this industrial feel with concrete floor creates the perfect finish.

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92. A statement carpet and images that inspire you is the perfect way to keep you motivated.

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93. This use of glass and exposed brick combined with modern accents is an astounding combination.

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94. An industrial finish yet futuristic feel with help from the chairs and minimalistic look. 

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95. With plenty of storage and making the window a feature within the room this is a truly functional room with a lovely finish. 

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96. See where you are going to travel next with this gorgeous full wall map! 

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97. Add some accents of colour with these box cupboards. It is a creative solution with a vibrant feel.

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98. Use foliage to add a pop of colour to this black and white room. 

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99. Sometimes you need no distractions, this simple but beautiful area has stunning attention to detail! 

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100. Have an open shelving storage solution with this pipe effect.

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101. The light coloured paint means the window becomes the statement within this home office.

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102. Bring the outside in with this green accent and wooden furniture combination.

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103. This creates a statement on any plain wall, with pops of colour and wooden supports it creates a talk about piece of furniture.

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104. Build the desk into the wall to maximise working space without taking up too much room. The full use of the grey scale creates a gentle look with a combination of strong colours.

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105. Got gorgeous views? Take advantage of this with windows on every angle. This plus the wooden furniture gives this office an extravagant nautical feel.

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106. The lights have a variety of drop length, giving the room more depth but variety depending on your needs. This design also allows you to watch the world go by or shut it away behind the blinds.

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107. The use of the white backdrop means the dark modern furniture really stands out and takes your breath away.

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108. This office really allows you to be at one with nature with windows covering the majority of the walls!

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109. Scream opulence with a chandelier and marble flooring! 

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110. This room is full of drama yet is minimal with floor to ceiling cupboards and drip down lights.

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111. Utilise understairs but keep with modern homes theme with this funky chair and minimal desk. (just hope you don’t have too much paperwork to store!)

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112. Put your passions on display with a couple of open shelves but keep the messy paperwork behind cupboards!

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113. Paint over the industrial brick with white to ensure the wooden desk stands out.

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So there we have it, 113 home office ideas.

Think we have missed some truly inspirational home office designs?

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