I have a thing for glass desks. In fact, I currently write on one myself. This desk is all modern lines with chrome. It melts into the burgundy walls, the white ceramic turtle shells and the striped black and white curtains. What makes this bungalow home office is the wingback chair with the colorful print of the union jack that picks up the hue of the walls and the accent pieces on the desk. It is the sort of chair you could lean back in and read a good book when you are not writing one of your novels. This home office inspiration is from Wayfair.
This retro inspired home office appeals to me on several levels. I love the metal desk, which reminds me of the school desks I used to use at university, with the bright red accents. The cowhide on the floor and the ceramic head on the wall gives the office a rustic air. The shelves are lined with books, which is comforting for any bibliophile and writer. This is another Wayfair offering, filled with items that you could find inexpensively to form your creative space.
Steampunk is a growing trend in science fiction and this office picks up elements of this genre without overwhelming your home. The funky gears, the tin sideboard and the neutral colors all play up the punk. This inspirational home office is from the folks at Wayfair.
There are several fun aspects to this green and brown hued office. The pop of color on one wall, contrasted by the dark brown woods of the desk and shelving. The neutral chairs that promise soothing comfort. The natural sunlight coming in through the windows behind the desk where it provides ambiance, but doesn’t get in the author’s eyes. The entire ensemble would be simple to put together at a reasonable price, as long as one had the space in their home. I hope you gain ideas for your own writing space based on this photo from Wayfair.
What I love about this home office inspiration is that the colors take it from the summer months, with its lovely sage green and white colors, all the way to Winter and Christmas. Just add a little pine tree, a cheerful wreath on the window, a few packages, and you have the Christmas spirit right at hand.