Since I went over all of my favorite necessities for office supplies, I thought I would brush up on my favorite office spaces. There are so many fabulous ways to create a space to work. Of course, laptops can make any space a working space. For example, I have turned my dining table into a haven for coffee table books and my go to spot for blogging. I think office spaces should either be so simple that it keeps creativity the main goal, or so stimulating that it spawns creative thinking.
I hope this helps you inspire your work space, whether it is where you do all your pinning, over shop online, or blog away your yesterdays. Now, let’s get to work!
A high style office with a gallery wall of inspiration. Via Elle Decor
An array of antiques and high style Via AD
High ceilings and complete shelving. I love the clean and streamlined look of the boxes. Via Elle Decor
Fantastic study by Stephen Gambrel via Elle Decor
Martyn Lawrence Bullard knows how to pack a punch in a study. Via House Beautiful
John Robshaw’s blue and collected study via Elle Decor.
A sleek and sophisticated white and wood office space via Elle Decor
A great example of how to maximize your space. Via House Beautiful
A pristine and well designed wood paneled study via AD
A new take on open shelving and high ceilings. Via Elle Decor
Michael S. Smith knows how to do a classic study with bold details. Via House Beautiful
Pops of orange and a great white backdrop for an office. Via Domino
A stoic and timeless office arrangement via Happily Grey