9 HOME OFFICE DESIGN TRENDS IN 2022

9 HOME OFFICE DESIGN TRENDS IN 2022

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1. Eco-Friendly/Natural

One of the most popular trends of 2022 is to keep everything eco-friendly and natural, and that trend carries straight into the home office.  There are tons of different ways to do this. You can use wood furniture, naturalistic wallpapers, or add a ton of plants to the office. This makes the entire office feel a bit more accessible, and it 

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helps promote productivity and a happier work environment in the process.

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2. Go Classic

While new styles and trends are always trying to work their way onto the scene, there’s one style that has always stuck around.  But what exactly is a classic style home office? First, you want natural woods, leathers, or stone throughout, and these textures should elevate the room. You also want furniture — the focal point of the office should 

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2. Go Classic

be the desk, and there should be accessories throughout that draw the eye.  A classic office style is all about creating a sophisticated and elegant room, and it’s always in style.

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3. Keep It Artsy

If you’re looking to create a unique space where creativity can thrive, using art as a defining factor in your home office is ideal.  Since art is such a versatile medium, there are plenty of ways that you can go with this, but anything that presents a professional appearance is a good choice.

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4. Keep the Colors Neutral

Neutral colors are easy to work with, and they help keep the entire room balanced. It might be in your home, but it’s still an office space. So, while bold colors can work well, neutral colors can help you stay focused while elevating the style in the office. Stick with grays, tans, and browns. This soft palette is easy to build on, and it doesn’t 

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distract you when you’re getting work done!

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5. Keep It Functional and Practical

Too many people cram their home offices full of junk that they don’t need. While it can be tempting to give your home office a huge punch of personal flair, it rarely works out aesthetically.  Instead, try to ensure that everything in your home office has a purpose, and it’s not overkill for what you need. Not only does this elevate the 

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5. Keep It Functional and Practical

overall look of your office, but it also helps eliminate distractions and keep you on task.

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6. A Multifunctional Desk

When you’re settling into your office, the last thing that you want to do is move from space to space to complete various tasks.  So, get creative and find new ways to use your desk, or simply get a desk with multifunctional capabilities. This can be storage cabinets on the side or space for a printer, 

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among other things. Modern desks are coming back in style, and with that, so is the desktop. Ensure that your office desk has enough space for everything. While you can keep a minimalistic style throughout the rest of the room if that’s what you want, ensure that you have a large enough desk to complete all your work tasks. 

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6. A Multifunctional Desk

Anything less will leave you frustrated and kill productivity in the process.

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7. Find a Place to Relax

More and more people who have home offices are setting up a small space in the office where they can take a step back and relax.  This can be as simple as a small couch that you can lounge on or a small comfortable chair in the corner where you can take a break at. We do recommend keeping a television out of your office 

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because it rarely fits stylistically. Also, if you don’t have a ton of self-control, you can find yourself wasting time watching TV instead of working! Still, sometimes you don’t want to leave the office and get out of your work mindset, but you still need a break. Adding a small place to relax is a great way to spruce up the décor 

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while giving yourself a more pleasant work environment.

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8. Add More Power

Just about anything and everything that you put in your home office will require electricity to work and thus, access to power outlets.  You’ll have to plan your home office décor around this need. You can also add power strips to the underside or back of different office areas to multiply the existing outlets in the room. Regardless, don’t forget about 

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power when you’re setting up your home office.

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9. Make It Multifunctional

Who says your office has to just be for work? It’s your home office, after all! While you don’t want to cram it full of super distracting stuff, there’s no reason that you can’t add workout equipment to the room or something similar. You’ll still have your office space for when you’re at the office, but when you need to let off some steam, relax, or 

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complete another task, you’re already there.  Just ensure that the extra features don’t serve as distractions when you’re working.

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