If you’re going to go with a minimalist style in just one area of the home, then choose your home office. A clean and clearly organised workspace is conductive to great concentration and an uninterrupted workflow. Less visual clutter leads to less mental clutter, and you will be able to find your needed files and equipment a whole lot faster too. Take a gander at these minimalist home office ideas that have harnessed simplicity to create productive workspaces completely free from distraction, some with simple Scandi styling and a bunch with home office storage designs to fit spaces of all different shapes and sizes.
Gallery for 37 Minimalist Home Offices That Sport Simple But Stylish Workspaces
This gloriously warm wooden wall decor is freshened with a white desk, drawer units and chairs. An open shelving unit visually separates it from the other room without blocking out all of the light. | Source: McDonald Jones Homes.
A dedicated home office can be created almost anywhere, even under the stairs. Mid century modern desks provide a cool retro look for a simplified home office, these two have been teamed with Eames Eiffel chairs. | Source: Risen Developments.
Not all minimalist home offices have to have bespoke desks and built-in shelving. Look for crisp freestanding Scandi style furniture, like these pieces from IKEA, to put together your own simple scheme. | Designer: Avenue Design Studio.
Another creative design. A designer table lamp is huddled in a nook created by an irregular line in the units, which is accentuated by a wooden facia. A black modern outdoor chair stands out boldly against light units. | Visualizer: Design Me Too.
Just because an office is minimalist doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Check out these wooden box shelves that reach out from a bank of white units at one side of the room, with the lower volume forming the desk. | Designer: Studio EI.
Place a modern home office desk in the centre of a large room for a beautifully airy effect. This white and wood desk design works well in an all white room. The Eames shell chair acts as the computer chair here. | Visualizer: Yambo Studio.
Minimalist double workspaces can be a challenge – particularly if one home office user is less minimal in their habits than the other! Incorporate plenty of neat storage solutions to encourage better practice. | Visualizer: IDunic DesignStudio.
Green is a colour that is said to make us feel energised and therefore productive,making it a great colour for a place of work. Black swivel chairs bring in the dark hues to the setup. | Visualizer: Design Rocks.
A desk bureau has the added benefit of shutting to conceal work equipment when not in use. Desks that close up to look just like a sideboard are a great solution when the home office must reside in a living room or the corner of a bedroom. This one is paired with a Muuto Cover Chair. | Source: Muuto.
This desktop appears to float due to its cantilevered design and its position in front of a window. With the desk design so simple, it has been possible to select a more colourful chair design without overcomplicating the scheme. | Designer: JUMA Architects & Minimum Arquitectura.
A wall mounted desk design leaves the floor free from the clutter of desk legs. Keep computer equipment pared back and the desk lamp streamlined to maintain the clean aesthetic. | Visualizer: Applicata.