These 10 Home Offices Will Up Your Work From Home Game

Natasha Ero | 27 Dec 2023 | Office

Our lives are busy. Between back-to-back Zoom meetings, helping the kids with school, and doing everyday tasks around the house, refreshing the home office probably isn't at the top of our to-do list. We're changing that as we approach a new year.

A workspace that effortlessly blends style with functionality might be exactly what we're missing for maximizing productivity. We've rounded up 10 of our favorite home office designs that will up your work-from-home game.

1. The Perfect Conference Room

home office with scenic valley wallpaper, wood accents and black board and batten trim on the lower half of the walls.

Pictured: Woven Wood Shades in Tibet Walnut. Photo via @prettyonfridays.

Mural, mural on the wall, who has the fairest office of them all? We love this office from @prettyonfridays because it's the perfect setup for video conferences.

It has a scenic and professional backdrop, plenty of natural light, and a big desk so you can spread out. The wood shelves, Woven Wood Shades (color: Tibet Walnut) and mid-century inspired furniture give it just a hint of rustic charm while the black board and batten keeps things modern and striking.

2. Go Modern With Monochrome

black and white, modern office with gallery wall and black roman shades.

Pictured: Premium Roman Shades in Bellingham Night. Photo via @eggshell_home.

Do you work better with as few distractions as possible? Then a modern, monochrome workspace from @eggshell_home might be right for you. But minimalism doesn't have to be boring! The right accents, like the Premium Roman Shades in Bellingham Night, can keep things from feeling stark by adding a softness to your windows.

3. Bring Nature Inside

Home office with big wood desk, house plants and woven wood shades over the windows.

Pictured: Woven Wood Shades in Antigua Natural. Photo via @crazywonderfulblog.

Every office needs a couple of plant friends! Try bringing nature indoors with a few houseplants and open your windows. Studies have shown that being exposed to nature can help lower stress. Having a little white noise in the background like birds singing or trees rustling can be good for concentration.

You can also try bringing in earthy and natural wood furniture or the textural Woven Wood Shade (color: Antigua Natural) to help you feel grounded even if your daily work routine feels a little unusual right now.

4. A Creative and Colorful Workspace

teal, retro inspired office with geometric floor tiles, a white desk and brass accents.

Pictured: Solar Roller Shades in 5% Cloud White. Photo via @houselarsbuilt.

This home office goes out to anyone with a flair for dramatic decor! This creative office color palette is super cool. This shade of teal is understated enough to help keep you focused, contrasts nicely with the crisp white, and makes the brass accents sparkle.

The geometric tile gives this room a mod, retro feel (without the shag carpet). It's important to keep the space well-lit when using bold colors so the Solar Roller Shade (color: 5% Cloud White) works perfectly here.

5. Pink Studio, Yes Please

Studio with large white desk top, pink cellular shades and navy blue and brass furniture.

Pictured: Premium Light Filtering Cellular Shades in Dusty Rose. Photo via @sugarandcloth. We'll take pink studio offices over beige cubicles any day! This friendly pink studio from @sugarandcloth uses the Premium Light Filtering Cellular Shades in Dusty Rose to compliment the brass and navy blue accents in a fun and refreshing way. These two tables were pushed together to make one large work surface that's perfect for spreading out or collaborating. Colorful, confetti touches like sticky notes and an artsy paint splatter table add to its whimsical charm.

6. A Plush Office Nook

Brass and wood writing desk pushed into a corner near a window with a fluffy, white faux fur chair.

Pictured: Premium Light Filtering Roller Shade in Mykonos White. Photo via @themodelhomelife.

Okay, so maybe your home office is more like a work nook. No need to despair! A small and fashionable writing desk next to a corner window might be all you need. Use soft textiles like throw pillows or a fluffy chair to keep it cozy and comfortable. A few decorative accessories make it feel personal. Finally, keep it bright with the Premium Light Filtering Roller Shade in Mykonos White.

7. A Picture Perfect Portrait Wall

Grey office with large wood desk, grey drapes and a wall of black and white family portraits.

Pictured: Simplicity Wood Shutters in Bright White. Photo via @babygizmo.

Show off your precious family photos on every video call with a personal gallery wall like @babygizmo. Light tones of grey can be calming so sticking to a neutral grey palette keeps your office from overstimulating your senses. Black and white photos printed on canvas gives this stately room and personal touch.

Having tiltable Shutters over the windows allows you to control the amount of light coming in. This is perfect if you have south-facing windows that get a ton of sun during the day. Layer them with draperies for a regal look that still feels soft and welcoming.

8. A Workspace For The Kiddos

Kids room with sage green wall, white bedding and a woven wood shade over the writing desk.

Pictured: Woven Wood Shades in Hatteras Rock. Photo via @jaci.daily.

Are the kids working from home too? A small desk below the window is the perfect spot for homework. Plus having their own workspace in their room makes it easier to focus. Coordinate the window shade with other colors in the room to create a soothing space that flows, no matter how the room is used.

9. Experiment With Color

White desk with pink chair under a window with black banded shades.

Pictured: Levolor Banded Shades in Spree Black.

Experiment with color! Using black banded shades in an already light and bright space creates contrast and a focal point in the room. Black is a neutral color that feels modern and refreshingly bold. It works well for older kids or teens because it adds a hint of grown-up elegance and maturity when paired with favorite colors like pink. Plus the banded shade can be opened to control light, similar to how a blind tilts, so they can control how much light they need over their workspace.

10. Making The Most Out of Multi-Functional Spaces

Neutral toned, open concept living room and workspace.

Pictured: Premier Roman Shade in Verona Barley. Photo via @themodelhomelife.

Making a multi-purpose room work for you? The key to a cohesive room that flows is to use the same colors and textures throughout the space. Try matching Roman Shades to your flooring or using the same wood tones throughout your decor. You can also try positioning furniture to create some separation between areas like @themodelhomelife did with this sectional couch.

Does Your Workspace Need A Pick Me Up?

The team is working daily from the comfort and safety of our homes and we're ready to help you! Give us a call to speak with a Design Consultant about your window project at 844-551-3769.

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  • About Author

    Natasha Ero is a Social Media Marketer for She is a native Houstonian and proud graduate of the University of Houston and the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. In her free time, she enjoys trying out the latest workout classes and the newest restaurants in town. Follow her on Twitter + Instagram at @nicetrynatasha.