15 examples of designing a work area in different styles

Get inspired by workspaces designed in 15 different interior styles.

1. Minimalism

A great way to focus on work is to remove all distractions from sight, leaving only the essentials. Clear straight lines, discreet colors, and a minimum of accessories will help you get into a working mood and make your office stylish.

2. Scandinavian

The Scandinavian style, loved by many in recent years, still has not lost its relevance. It is laconic and does not allow the interior to be cluttered with too many details, but at the same time, your favorite posters, interesting stationery, storage systems, and a couple of accessories just for fun can easily fit into it.

3. Pop Art

A vibrant workspace for creative individuals who like to be inspired by contemporary art. Be careful when decorating your workspace in this style and do not make it too bright and distracting. Bright accents like a painting, sculpture, or an unusual chair look best against a neutral background, such as white.

4. Classical

A workplace in a classic style is no longer the template of a massive wooden table with green cloth, a bulky leather chair, and a granite pen stand. Modern classics are light colors, elegant furniture and stylish accessories, a lot of light, and a desire for laconicism.

5. Gothic

Lovers of black color and an unusual atmosphere should take a closer look at the interior in dark colors using natural materials: leather, wood, and marble. Make sure that you have a large enough room with good daylight to implement this idea. 

6. Loft

Most ordinary apartments will not allow you to realize a loft in the classical sense of this style. But you can decorate your workplace with notes of this aesthetic: try decorating the wall with brickwork, use large paintings leaning against the wall, and other loft elements.

7. Boho 

If you like to mix and match lots of bright and textured accessories, try decorating your workspace in a boho style. In this case, you will never be bored at work – interesting accents will catch your eye and inspire new ideas.

8. Fusion

A workplace in fusion style is for those who want to surround themselves with everything that is best and beautiful at once, mixing accessories from different styles, and playing with color and shape.

9. Art Deco

An office in the Art Deco style will be filled with the beauty of geometry: clear lines, and perfect symmetry. When choosing accessories for such a workplace, focus on chrome and lacquered furniture, gold, black and white.

10. Techno

If the main decoration of your workplace is a powerful computer, modern speakers, and the latest gadgets, try giving preference to the techno style. A minimum of accessories, conciseness, and strict lines will become the basis. 

11. Neo-Soviet

An interesting idea for those who inherited good Soviet office furniture from their grandfather. It’s worth putting it in order, upholstering it with new fabric, repainting it, and fitting it into a modern interior. You will be able to preserve pleasant memories and create a unique interior.

12. Contemporary

A workplace in contemporary style combines minimalism, scandi, neoclassical, and neo-country. Choose inexpensive, practical materials and accessories without cluttering the space.

13. Nautical

To remember pleasant moments from your last vacation by the sea while you work, add a nautical theme to your workspace. Combinations of white with blue and light blue, anchors and seagulls, bottles with sand, and shells are suitable.

14. Fan art

Those who are inspired by their favorite superheroes and cult movie characters should try adding posters and themed accessories to their work environment. The most devoted fans will be interested in repeating some elements of the workplaces of their favorite heroes.

15. Steampunk

Add more metallic accessories and themed elements to your workspace to create an original steampunk-style space. 

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