Home Office Inspiration You’ll Love from Instagram Influencers

As we begin to embrace the “new normal” of remote work and distance learning, our attention is turning to the spaces in which we are spending much of our time – our home office. Whether you have a dedicated space or are creating space out of necessity, we have compiled some home office inspiration for you.


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As requested, my work from home setup 👨🏻‍💻 I wanted to go for something more streamlined yet not totally minimalist to reinforce an efficient workflow. Single (for now) monitor with some fairly large screen real estate gets the job done when I don't have a laptop acting as a second screen 🖥️+💻 For peripherals, I swear by my @logitech MX Master 2S mouse and @aziocorp RCK mechanical keyboard. Both are wireless and can be mapped to up to 3 devices, so switching between by desktop and work laptop takes only a few seconds. Chair is a generic "gaming" racer that's definitely due for an upgrade to something more ergonomic and comfortable. On the walls, I have an Ikea SKADIS pegboard that I've set up to hold cables, chargers, headphones, and anything else I'll need to grab quickly. The two shelves showcase a few personal items that just look nice on the wall 🤷🏻‍♂️ Love keeping plenty of plants 🌱 in my room both for improved air quality and for attractive foliage to contrast against a mostly neutral room 👍🏼 What do you think? Something you'd add or remove? ———EXPLORE——— For more ➡ stylesofman.com ————TAGS———— #desk #desksetup #workflow #wfh #wfhsetup #worksetup #homeoffice

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@stylesofman – The Classic Look 


This classic set up is streamlined without being totally minimalistic, complementing the workspace with functional accessories. Add a personal touch on the walls and keep some plants nearby both for improved air quality and to contrast against a mostly neutral room.


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@home_office_ – Fun & Functional 


Don’t have a dedicated home office? No worries, you can incorporate an eclectic space into your home that both adds functionality and fun to your decor. With a space this colorful and vibrant, you won’t mind spending time at your desk.


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#wfh, but make it stylish. 15 desks to up your home office game are on the blog. 👩🏻‍💻 http://liketk.it/2M7BU @liketoknow.it @liketoknow.it.home #liketkit #LTKhome #StayHomeWithLTK 📷: @serenaandlily #serenaandlily #SLpartner

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@vbradleyinteriors – The Sophisticate 


#WFH, but make it stylish. No need to sacrifice your sense of style now that your workspace is at home. A simple set up with a few classic additions – and one fabulous chair – allows you to work remotely AND stay true to your sense of style.


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Can you believe this is the same space? We can’t either! Swipe to see how Deneen transformed this dining room into a chic, light and airy office for her client! She completely reworked the opening between the two rooms and did custom barn doors, and added built ins to the office area behind the barn doors for extra storage. Added hardwood floors and used the homeowners existing office furniture to dress up this space. We are OBSESSED!

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@KPdesigns_at_home – The Transformation


If working from home looks to be a long-term transition, you might consider truly transforming your space. Rework a room that doesn’t get much use – such as a dining room or bonus room – into a custom office space.


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Homeschool 2020. Last night I spent a good amount of time turning this corner of our basement into a “school” for my boys. It’s not a huge space but when Keegan got up this morning and said “Thank you for making me a school!” I couldn’t help but smile. Now let’s see how long he likes his new “school” 😂 . #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #teachershare #homeschool2020 #teachthekids #elementaryschool #teacherideas #classroomorganization #iteach #iteachtoo #iteachprek #iteach1st #prek #basementclassroom #teachersofinsta #teachersofig

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@elementarylittles –  Child’s Play 


Distance learning doesn’t have to be drab. Carve out a nook in your basement or family room to make your new little “co-worker” their own space. It’s amazing what a little color and space to call your own can do to make learning fun.


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Wouldn't you like to round out the workweek at a home office setup like this?! You know we love to mix and match styles, and we couldn't be happier with how the Laguna desk's light, airy frame pairs with the classic frame of the Judith chair.⁠

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@trovewarehouse –  Mix & Match


Your home office doesn’t have to be perfectly matched to be perfectly fabulous. Create your own style by mixing and matching pieces that you have at home to create a space worthy of your time.


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Homeschooling during the Coronavirus can be tricky! One tip to help ease the transition from parent to teacher is to designate a specific time and space or spaces for learning. Have baskets or boxes nearby so your kids can put their school work away when they are finished. Organization helps to differentiate between “school time” and home life. #BuildersDesign #HomeSchool #WorkSpace #TrendExperts #OurResearchSellsMoreHomes #MaximizeYourRoi #CoronaConundrums www.buildersdesign.com

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@builderdesign – Shared Space


With schools and businesses turning to distance learning and remote work, it is likely that you have multiple people in your home fighting for space. In fact, #inthistogether has never been more real. Thankfully, a simple set up can do the trick and keep everyone working together – while apart.