6 Work-From-Home Spaces That Are Both Practical And Aesthetic

6 Work-From-Home Spaces That Are Both Practical And Aesthetic
September 20, 2022 hometrust

6 Work-From-Home Spaces That Are Both Practical And Aesthetic

Now that more companies are offering work-from-home arrangements, many homeowners are putting more emphasis on their studies and work spaces.

After all, having a well-designed study or office makes it that much easier for you to get your work done.

In this article, we share 6 practical and aesthetic work-from-home spaces for inspiration. Read on for more!

1. This Contemporary Office Space With Multiple Work Stations

contemporary study with bookshelf and cove lighting
Woodlands Street 83 ($180,000) by U-Home Interior Design Pte Ltd

If space is no constraint, we love the idea of setting up an office or study with a dedicated desk for each family member. This way, everyone has their own space, and can utilise the study at the same time if necessary.

2. This Cosy Work Area With A Rest Corner

minimalist study with desk and desk chairs
640 Rowell Road ($55,000) by Dots ‘N’ Tots Interior Pte Ltd

Don’t want your work-from-home space to look too boring and clinical? One easy way to soften the look of your space is to add some sort of seating, like you see in the above project. Additional decor like rugs also help to spruce up the space.

3. This Streamlined Work Area That’s The Perfect Example Of “Less Is More”

minimalist study with vinyl flooring and window seat
Compassvale Crescent ($55,000) by U-Home Interior Design Pte Ltd

This one is for folks with a minimal work set-up. Feel free to go for something simple – you can just install a shelf or countertop, and use it as your work area. (For no-build options, you can also buy an off-the-rack bar table and position it against the wall).

4. This Handsome Built-In Work Desk

contemporary study with bookshelf and desk
Seaside Residences ($60,000) by U-Home Interior Design Pte Ltd

Build-ins don’t come cheap, but they do help you maximise space in a small room. The classic L-shaped configuration is great for a work station – this gives you plenty of space to spread out your things, plus storage underneath.

5. This Two-In-One Work Space

contemporary study with bookshelf and paintings
Lviv ($35,000) by MET Interior

Who doesn’t love a space that can do double-duty? This work station doubles up as an area to get dressed – there’s a wardrobe flanking the table, and open shelves where you can easily store accessories and grooming products.

6. This Work Space Where Traditional Meets Modern

contemporary study with bookshelf and drop ceiling
Condo @ Novena ($105,000) by 13 Degree Design Studio Pte Ltd

We’ve never seen a space that juxtaposes the traditional and the modern so cleverly. The desk and storage units are sleek, minimal, and clearly modern, but the wall art and accessories laid out on the desk evoke memories from a different era.

Want to check out other studies, offices, and work-from-home spaces for more inspiration? Browse study design projects on Hometrust, or click the button below to get connected with expert designers.

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