With more and more people working from home, home offices have become increasingly necessary. It’s proven that art boosts physical well-being and reduces stress, so we’re sharing our tips on how to style your home office with art, so you can enjoy being in your work space and in turn, become more productive.
Regardless of whether you’re working from a home office, a desk in your bedroom, or the dining room table, your work place will benefit from some extra care and attention.
modern and minimalist
If you work best in an organised environment and prefer to keep your workspace minimal, then you may benefit from decorating your office space in a discreet and simple manner. Singular colour patterns, simple lines and objects with a modern style is where you will do your best work.
Displaying art with neutral colours will be perfect for your office space. Prints with simple shapes and muted backgrounds will ensure your productivity is at an all-time high.
If you have a love for nature, be that animals, flowers, trees or the ocean, then bringing the outdoors in is a perfect way to style your home office. Art prints of nature can help provide you with a mental and physical sense of escaping the everyday indoor environment. Detailed prints featuring the veins on a leaf, or wrinkles on an animal’s face is great for creativity and inspiration.
inspired by fashion
If you prefer to decorate your space in style inspired by fashion, then levelling up your home office with prints of fashion will increase your motivation and inspiration. Fashion prints can range from simplistic drawings of a person, objects like shoes, or photography prints. Neutral colours are a common colour scheme in fashion prints and will be great additions to your fashion inspired office.
Abstract prints are a great way to add bold colours and shapes to your work space, really livening it up. Some may consider your creative side as messy, but you’re comfortable working and being productive in an exciting environment. You can go wild with abstract prints, creating contrast with shapes, mediums and colours to create a unique space you will enjoy working in.