The right home office should make it easy to get your work done. Especially as more and more workers make the shift to remote work and hybrid schedules, having a comfortable, distraction-free space to buckle down and get stuff done is more important than ever before. We have lots of home offices, Zoom rooms and workspaces in development from the past few years, but we wanted to pull together a few of our past favorites for a roundup that inspires remote workers everywhere.
In this muted home office, a three-monitor wide screen emerges from within a custom-built desk, and slides away when it’s time to log off.
Some studies call for a desk that is built-in to the room without being central to it. On the right, our custom Fran Dresser doubles as an elongated chest of drawers for maximum storage.
At this Nantucket home away from home, the desk looks directly out onto the courtyard – because work doesn’t mean sacrificing a serene connection to the outdoors.
In some of the offices below, though they face floor-to-ceiling windows with incredible views, white shelving helps break up and soften light as it streams in, and creates a feeling of privacy within.
Large windows offer unobstructed city views in this minimal home office.