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How To Create a Luxury Office

How To Create a Luxury Office

The perks of working from home are you don’t have anyone coming into the office anymore. Now, home offices are all the rage since workplaces transitioned into virtual spaces. Your home office reflects your style, passions, and aspirations. To get the office of your dreams, we have created a list of the most pleasing décor ideas to have you get that luxury atmosphere you adore so much. This guide will make you want to sit down and enjoy the room while you’re completing your to-do list.

Executive Office Chair

A luxurious office chair will convey people who are running the show in the office. Look for a high-end office chair that's designed not just to look trendy and dominant but one that is comfortable even after long hours of sitting and staring at the computer screen.

Avoid Standard Office Lighting

A luxurious office chair will convey who the people are who running the show. Look for a high-end office chair that's designed not just to look trendy and authoritative but one that is comfortable even after long hours of typing and Zoom calls. When you're looking for an office chair, find an ergonomic office chair that is comfortable and will not strain your body. Avoid chairs that are one-size-fits-all because a chair may be comfortable for one person but will be miserable for another. It's important to maintain a healthy posture while you work eight hours a day.

Select Pieces of Furniture 

You can try to incorporate a few pieces of furniture into your office since it's your workspace. If you're onto the minimalistic route, we suggest you get a beautiful bookcase or shelving divider that you can fill with your favorite books, accessories, and plants. If it's a divider, make sure not to overcrowd these pieces. You want to see all of your favorite things and keep them in the same place you put them in. That way, you can keep the sense of flow between the spaces.

Stick to Your Color Palette

There’s such a thing as too much color in your office. If you’re aiming to have a high-end office, try featuring a bold accent color to really impress your virtual colleagues. You can use a limited color palette throughout your office to incorporate dark and neutral shades with a few accents. Make sure to have the walls painted in light browns or soft greys to match a few decorative items or furniture pieces. Bolder pops of color can lend a sense of cheer and fun to any space. 

Set Up Artwork

You want elements like artwork to draw a person’s attention when they step into your office. Paintings help tie the room together and can be used to express yourself boldly and immediately. You can place unique art prints or photo spots where people can view them upon entering the room. When it comes to picking out suitable artwork,  make sure to consider pieces that contrast your wall colors and well-placed lighting.

Layer the Lighting in the Room

Lighting is very crucial to an office and also brings out the mood of a workplace. You can break down different lighting schemes and keep in mind that the lighting shouldn't detract from your workplace productivity. If you dim the lights, this will create a rich, darker ambiance in the office. You can brighten the area with a few lamps to spotlight your office desk and furniture. Let's say if your workplace has many large windows, you can reduce the number of lighting sources to minimize overwhelming contrast and glare. Try to layer your lighting to change the mood to account for different situations like work, meetings, or creative enjoyment.

Accessorize Intelligently

It's essential to include the items when it comes to creating a luxurious office space. Instead of throwing together office supplies to make it a workplace, try adding photos and things you love to help inspire your productivity and passion. This will make your workplace not only a place where you work but a space you can call home.

Houseplants

Do you find yourself missing the plants in your office? Long for long walks in the park? Don't worry; you’re not the only one.  Plants are low-cost decorations that increase productivity and happiness in your office. Three or four-foot-tall office plants don't require much space or thought. They can warm up the room if they're three or four-foot-tall office plants that do not need much space. When it comes to your desk or shelves, nothing beats a small plant. They are an art form within themselves with their unique shapes, sizes, and colors.

Statement Office Furniture

We cannot talk enough about the importance of having the right furniture for your work office upon enough. A workplace is required to have an executive chair and a luxurious desk. Pieces of furniture can make an impact unlike any other in an office. Dark colors like mahogany, black, grey, and brown provide a more appealing appearance while inspiring you to get involved in your work and create ideas for yourself. If you get lighter shades or different colors for your office, this can go well with the decor as long as your home office remains coordinated, bold, and pleasing for you and everyone who comes inside. Make sure to express yourself when it comes to décor, but make sure to pick the right furniture pieces to create the proper business atmosphere.

SkyFloat 

Now that so many of us are saying goodbye to cubicles and expansive corporate offices, we’re looking for new ways to not only save space but add an upscale technological element that truly feels like a luxury space. Curious about how to make your office feel like it’s been transported into the future? 

Try a SkyFloat. This hanging phone or tablet holder enables you to adjust the view of your tablet that hangs above your desk (and yes, it does work with phone cases). Not only is this a major space saver, but it helps you keep those flattering angles on video calls that we have all come to appreciate. 

Bookcases

If you're a book lover, then you can invest in a bookcase for your luxury office. There's no style when it comes to picking out the right bookcase. Bookcases act as storage units for books, décor, and more. You can try an industrial-style distressed metal bookcase or a minimalistic silhouette to add some attitude to your office. Office bookcases come in a vast range of styles and sizes to support all of your needs at work.  They're easily paired with your desk to create a functional and charming home office.

A Statement Lamp

Of course, you'll be working on a late-night project. These late-night projects happen out of the blue because they take passion, dedication, and lots of lighting! Every type of home office needs a strong table lamp to do its trick, and also, having one is the most effortless way to balance out – or embolden! – a room's style.

The Bottom Line

Creating a dream luxury office space has a positive effect on both your mood and performance. You can coordinate some fun, luxury elements into your office to make a huge difference in how you work. Don’t let your creativity and interior design aspirations be limited by budget or space. With careful planning, your dream space is definitely possible. 

 

Sources:

10 Tips for Designing Your Home Office | HGTV

65 Home Office Ideas That Will Inspire Productivity | Architectural Digest

5 of the Best Tips for Decorating a Home Office |MyMove

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