Give Your Home Office a Stylish Boost

A few simple updates will completely transform how you use your home office.

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Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Photo By: Aaron Wessling Photography

Stylish Home Office

Follow our simple tips to turn any unused space into a stylish and productive home office space.

Before: Bland Office With Potential

This home office has plenty of potential with tons of storage and desk space, but it's cluttered and has no organizational system.

The Right Lighting is Key

Start with lighting. Control the amount of natural light with the right window shades. We recommend LEVOLOR's Motorized Sheer Shadings, so you can control the lighting without getting up from your desk. The sheer shades feature delicate fabrics that diffuse and soften light, adding an elegant touch.

The Right Lighting is Key

Install task lighting above the desk area to help with visibility when reading.

Spruce Up a Boring Desk

Incorporating your personal style in your home office can help with productivity. Add some flair to a standard desk with leftover wrapping paper. To do this, first measure the surface of the desk.

Spruce Up a Boring Desk

Measure and cut the leftover wrapping paper to fit, and place on your desk.

Spruce Up a Boring Desk

Cover the wrapping paper with Plexiglas for protection. Tip: You can get Plexiglas precut at your local hardware store.

Store Papers in Magazine Holders

Organize papers in magazine holders. Customize the holders to match your style with washi tape and paint.

Use Wall Space

Hang wire gridwall panels to attach easy-to-install shelving for extra storage.

Use Wall Space

Use this wall space to incorporate inspirational photos, memos, and plants.

Add Inspirational Images

Cover boring cabinets with your favorite photos and decorative paper.

Add Finishing Touches

Complete the look with a chair to match (just spray paint an old chair!), a rug and large plants.