Lately I've had home offices on the brain. I think it's because I have a home business and absolutely no semblance of an office. We use our second bedroom as a TV room…it's ugly as can be and is definitely not "blog-worthy." We don't even have a couch in there, just my old double bed pushed up against the wall which we use as a big couch. And our oversized chair that recently got replaced by my pretty new club chairs? Yep, smooshed right up against the old bed in a terribly ugly storage/seating solution. This particular room also acts as my "home office," meaning it offers the most floor space for me to do accounting, tagging, crafting and organizing. Glamorous, huh?
In lieu of an office space, I often pin pretty desk pictures on Pinterest, just dreaming of the day when I'll have a little work space of my own. Here are a few of my favorites...
A very sophisticated study
This one makes me think it's in an old house in the hills of Tuscany. I might get more dreaming than working done here!
This is the home office of blogger Caitlin of Roost. You have got to see the whole tour...every detail is stunning.
A built-in office in the kitchen. My parents have lived in the same house since I was born, and my mom has always pined for one of these. This makes me think of her : ) I love the brick, the bin pulls and the open shelving.
An industrial artist's space...love it!
Clean, airy and refined-rustic. A lovely office.
This little space has a lot of interesting details and textures. Very charming. It would be sweet in a girl's room.
This might not be an office, but I love this image. The planked walls, brick floors, antique bistro chair, farmhouse table, old cabinet...the whole thing is perfect!
This image best represents a modern home office with vintage details. I love it all!
A very serene, sophisticated space with lots of curated collections.
And finally, another blogger's home office space. This one is by Maria of The Grower's Daughter. Again, the entire tour is just lovely. I absolutely love all the antique touches and architectural salvage.
So tell me, which of these spaces would you like to work in?
All image sources here