After three months of anticipation, Olivia from Lust Living unveiled her new look home office to great fanfare and for very good reason. From the leather and gold office chair topped with a fluffy Mongolian sheepskin cushion to the Lust Living wired artwork, it is a sight to behold and we will definitely be taking tips for our own home offices.
Greenery in the home is set to stay as we continue to move from winter to spring, then spring to summer. This office brings a full blown jungle into the home and we can’t get enough of it! To let the greenery really do the talking, the rest of the office spotted on Elle Decoration Sweden has been kept relatively plain with just a touch or texture and copper accents allowing the tropical beauty of the plants to shine through.
Emily Henderson revealed one of her client’s new home office in this post. Showing that despite the warmer weather, inky shades will make the move with us and that these hues can create a beautiful contrasting between light and dark in the room. The gallery wall and statement rug make the room and offer interest wherever you look.
Spring has most definitely sprung in this office space we spotted on Vtwonen. With white wash walls and shelves, the neutral flooring and rug beautifully finished the room and the hydrangea blooms and spring braches bring the freshness of spring inside. A wonderfully elegant and calming space, it is certain to get those creative juices flowing.
With the rise in popularity of the garden man cave and ‘she shed’ the garden (if large) is the best and most inexpensive way to add more space to the home. They are also a wonderful way to take advantage of sunny days in the warmer months so make sure when building a garden home office it has large windows to let the sun shine in. This garden office on House Beautiful has all the practicalities of an office with the look and feel of a summer house.