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Minimalist Office Ideas

Minimalist Office Ideas

The office is the place you go to organize your entire world. From schedules to budgets to creating a vision board, the office is the epitome of your think tank. We love organization in general, but with the nonstop commitments of everyday life, sometimes the junk drawer can leak into the whole house. 

It’s not quite a hoarder lifestyle—you probably do have a designated clean-up, pick-up, put-away day each week. However, the one place we can’t seem to tolerate disorganization is the office. 

You’ll love a workspace that you can walk into and feel like everything is in the right order. You’ll likely find that a minimal office helps you to stay energized and focused. 

A clean office will help bring you the ability to harness your creativity, easily find the things you need to, and capture the simple joys of clean space. If you have trouble staying focused in your office and feel like it needs a makeover, we have created a list of minimalist office ideas for you to enjoy!

Let the minimalism commence!

Why Is a Minimalist Office a Good Idea?

Working from home has become more common than it ever has been. Along with working from home comes more homeschooling and the need for a dedicated office space for a variety of other reasons. 

Growing up, we were lucky if we had a small spot on the kitchen table in between meals to get homework done. We now realize that to be productive; we need the space to do so. 

Productivity can be affected for lots of reasons, and here are some of them:

  • Clutter and disorganization
  • Lack of proper equipment
  • Lack of dedicated space for the basics to work productively.

For these reasons, creating a space you know you’ll be productive in is very important. 

Minimalist Office Necessities

Even though you want your office space to have a minimalist feel, you still want it to have the necessities. Comfort is something to look for when creating a special place to work in. If your chair is uncomfortable, your computer isn’t the ideal height, or you don’t have the right lighting, you may lose motivation to stay on track. 

Details count when you’re making mindful purchases and a space you will love. Here is our guide to the necessities for your office. 

Ceiling Mount for Your Tablet

If you are anything like us, you spend way too much time crouching over screens. We need something at eye level that makes it easy to conduct your meetings and go hands-free, all while not taking up a lot of space. 

A ceiling mount for your tablet checks all of those boxes. With magnetic plates that securely attach to the ceiling, you can adjust the Skyfloat Ceiling mount anywhere from 1 ½ feet all the way to an impressive 7 ½ feet. 

This mount works for both your phone as well as your tablet or iPad. Once you install this, you’ll be compelled to purchase one for every room. 

A Space To Work

If you have ever tried the knee balance with your laptop or attempted to work from a make-shift space, you can understand the importance of a dedicated space.

A desktop with a clean space is a must for your office. You will also want to make sure that your desk height fits you to avoid unnecessary strain on yourself while working. 

Furniture Made for Comfort

We cannot stress the importance of a comfortable chair. Your desk and chair are two things that should be ergonomic, and the right furniture is worth the investment.  Your neck and back will thank you!


It’s always wonderful to add personalized touches to the spaces you spend a lot of time in. It’s part of the fun of being a grown-up. You get to decorate any way you like. 

If you are going for a minimalist approach, it is best to select simple, meaningful pieces. Remember that it is equally important to have clear, blank space in your office so that you don’t get overwhelmed. 

Be sure to have a room that doesn’t cause you to get distracted. White space is like a blank canvas and can help you center yourself and stay on task. 

Lights, Camera, Action

Even if you prefer natural lighting, there is still going to be a time you need light in your office. Dim light can make you incredibly tired and make it much harder to focus. A lamp for your table or a desk nearby can help to brighten up your space and keep you alert and focused. 


Whether it’s an extra monitor, storage cubes or shelves, or a multipurpose scanner, printer, and fax, it’s important to invest in the technology you need to be functional. 

Be sure that this is hidden so that there is no tripping over your equipment. 

Work From Home Tips

It’s easy to walk into a space and totally lose track of time and space, even if your office is well-designed. Sometimes it is challenging to know exactly how to structure your work time so that you don’t feel overwhelmed and get burned out. 

We have created a guide specifically for that reason. Here are some helpful tips for structuring your time working from your home. 

Create a Routine

When you’re in a traditional office setting, you take for granted that you have regular break intervals and typically a planned lunchtime. At home, everything can kind of pass by in a blur. 

Make a point to have starting and stopping points so that you have consistency in your routine

We love setting time aside to take a quick five or ten-minute walk, even if it’s around your house. Getting up and stretching your legs will help you feel more energized and give you that boost you need to refocus and continue with your work. 

Connect With Your Team

Schedule time to check in with your team outside of email and instant office chats. Whether it’s a virtual team meeting or a quick phone call, it can go a long way in helping you feel connected to your purpose. 

Establish Boundaries

When you work from home, work time can easily blend right into family time. It’s essential to establish boundaries on how you can balance both. Being fully present at home is equally as crucial as it is to be present during business hours. Make sure to carve out specific times to start and end your day. 

Small Things for a Big Picture

It can be tempting to pack a lot of things into a space you will be working in. Before you know it, you can have a coffee bar, breakfast station, and sleep pod in your 10x10 space. The truth is a minimalist approach is one you won’t soon regret. Only buying what you need not only helps you stay on budget, it also helps you stay on track to achieve your own personal goals.

If you follow our guide, you will have some great ideas to help you create your very own minimalist office and be more productive than ever! 



How to design a minimalist home office | Architectural Digest India

7 simple tips to tackle working from home | NHS

7 Ways Minimalist Living Improves Your Productivity | LifeHack  

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