Archive for July 8th, 2013

Part E Decorating your home office_blog_Landmark Architecture

Part E decorating series – How to decorate your home office

In Part A of our decorating series we outlined some steps to make the existing rooms in your home or the new rooms that have come into being thanks to a home extension decorating-friendly; in Part B we gave you 10 tips to help you turn your bedroom into the comfy room of your dreams; in Part C we covered bathrooms and in the last instalment we tackled guest rooms. Now we’ll share some tips about how to decorate your home office that we’ve collected from our clever team of in-house Design Consultants.

Without further ado, here are 10 ways to decorate your home office and transform it into a space that you’ll bound home from work to log extra hours in:

  1. Keep it minimal.  Choose a calming colour scheme and co-ordinate it as much as possible to make your home office feel less cramped and you more organised. White is a great base to start with, especially if your home office shares the room with your bedroom or living room. You can then introduce some colour and style into the space with a select few pieces of furniture that don’t make it feel too cramped. Read more