It has multiple drawbacks too none of which is so sorely felt as when you are forced to work from an ill designed home office space. When you are planning to burn the midnight oil in here, why not show some care in designing the space comfortably as well?
Home office design and office furniture
Unlike the conventional areas like living room and bedroom, home offices are sometimes designed as an afterthought. …show more content…
A reasonably sized room may comfortably accommodate an office desk, couple of chairs, elaborate storage units and a sofa bed to stretch on occasionally. You may like to have the library of yours occupy the same space as this. In such a case, you will need to include suitable bookcases in the list of your office furniture.
As you would easily imagine, you have an amazing variety of products available to choose from in each of these categories. Stylistically, the interior of your home should follow a single design trend. So if you have selected contemporary decor for the other areas of the building, it will be awkward to have this space designed in a country style. You can, however, allow a bit of flexibility and have eclecticism creep in the design particularly if this office space of yours inhabits the accessory dwelling unit or the garden …show more content…
White is a popular choice but it is not the only option in front of you. Make sure the tone and texture of the office furniture suit the colour scheme chosen by you. Choose the materials carefully. Best office furniture is still made of natural wood. But once again, you have a plethora option here too.
Mahogany, walnut and cherry have a richer hue. They are extremely durable option and can be carved into classical office furniture as well as the contemporary ones. Ash maple, pine and oak are of a paler tone. They are reasonably sturdy for the purpose. Oak panelling is sure to introduce a luxurious note in your home office.
Some other more affordable options include plywood, fibreboard, chipboard and MDF. They are manufactured wood and not the natural ones. So they would lack the texture and durability of the same. But what plywood and chipboard lack in charm, they make up more in affordability. Apart from wood and cast iron, aluminium is extensively used to manufacture office furniture. While aluminium is lightweight and sleek, cast iron is more