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Get (Inspired) to Work in These Gorgeous Home Offices



When it comes to working from home, an inspirational home office design can set the scene for a more productive day. We’re sure you’ll feel motivated to put your nose to the grindstone when you set your entrepreneurial eyes on these stylish and organized home offices.

With working and relaxing zones all in the same room, this design allows for productivity and comfort in one tailored space.

 

A perfect blend of open space and plenty of storage, this home office design provides organization with a modern twist.

 

This properly organized home office combines an efficient workspace with a sophisticated design statement.

 

A clean, contemporary design with bold colors allows this office to be vibrant and inspirational.

 

Custom shelving creates storage and displays books in this elegant library that doubles as a home office.

 

A monochromatic color palette and proper accent lighting elevate a home office to a relaxing gathering place.

 

This office inspires productivity in style with a well-designed space and ample room to get the job done.

 

Delivering the best of two rooms, this design offers a polished space to work and a hidden bed for guests.

Kristin Becker is a Design Consultant with California Closets, a Denver-based company that specializes in creating custom storage systems for your bedroom closets, home office, entryway, garage, pantry and more.

Content for this article provided by California Closets.

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