Working It! 10 Inspiring Offices + StudiosCyd Converse
Since moving this spring we’ve made some pretty big strides in whipping our new place into shape. The one room that has sadly been largely neglected? My office! Which, I have to say, makes entirely no sense considering how many hours I log in there a week. Lately I’ve been getting the itch to finish up what I’ve started, tackle a few organizational issues and get to work making the space feel like the light, bright, and inspiring work space I know it can be. I have a lot of ideas in mind for office decor and always find myself sucked right in when I see photos of a really great studio or workspace. Whether you work from home like I do or have an office you want to show who’s boss with a little personality, click through for 10 inspiring offices that make work seem like fun!
10 Inspiring Offices + Studios 1 of 11
Click through for 10 bright, happy, fun and inspiring offices and studios!
Oh Joy’s Studio 2 of 11
The studio of blogger and designer Joy Cho of Oh Joy is my favorite place ever and I've never even been there. I love the beautiful and artful storage solutions throughout and the cheerful pairing of white walls, exposed brick, painted floors and loads of punchy accent colors.
See more at Oh Joy | Photo by Zeke Ruelas
Printerette Press Studio 3 of 11
The Minneapolis studio of Printerette Press is a space I'd love to call my own. The gorgeous natural light and neutral color palette is highlighted by great pattern, texture and a hit of aqua that I love. And I also love the idea of utilizing the walls for functional storage that also looks great!
See more at The Sweetest Occasion | Photo by Satori Photography
Bash Please Studio 4 of 11
This cozy and welcoming sitting area in the studio of event designers Bash Please is a place I could lounge for hours. But my favorite part? The huge frame filled with a collage of favorite photos. This is something all of us could do in our office or home...even if we don't have the space for a great couch in our workspaces.
See more at Bash Please | Photo by Laure Joliet
Kelli Murray’s Home Office 5 of 11
Don't have the space to dedicate a whole room or cool industrial loft to your office? This pretty little workspace, that of designer Kelli Murray, is simple, small in scale but not wanting for a bit of style. A bit of great work and a few of your favorite objects will have your space looking amazing in no time.
See more at Design*Sponge | Photo by Jackie Wonders
Becka Robinson’s Home Office 6 of 11
This warm and cozy home office is that of Becka Robinson of Studio 222 Photography (and also a blogger over at Disney Baby!) I love how it's filled with things that she personally loves and those floating honeycomb shelves? A DIY project that Becka tackled herself!
See more at The Sweetest Occasion | Photo by Studio 222 Photography
Leah Goren’s Home Office 7 of 11
Katie Stratton’s Loft Home Office 8 of 11
Michelle Edgemont’s Home Office 9 of 11
The Brooklyn home office of event and floral designer Michelle Edgemont is just the kind of place I can see my own office becoming. Colorful yet organized, cheerful yet soft and flooded with natural light that makes sitting down to work a true pleasure. I love this space!
See more at The Everygirl | Photo by Brklyn View Photography
Emily Henderson’s Office 10 of 11
Blogger, interior designer and HGTV star Emily Henderson has one of my favorite offices! Her space has a truly eclectic feel, pairing loads of white, soft gray, rich pattern and hits of brass and metallic gold that really speaks to my own style. One of my favorite elements is the swing-arm lamp over the desks, so practical when space is tight!
See more at The Everygirl | Photo by Kimberly Genevieve Photography
Bri Emery’s Office 11 of 11
Ok, ok, so we don't all have the cool loft space that Bri Emery of Design Love Fest is lucky to call her home office. But what we can do is load up our space with great textiles (love that rug!) and an abundance of houseplants to make it feel fresh and fun. Now if only I didn't have a black thumb when it comes to indoor plants...
See more at The Glitter Guide | Photo by Jessie Webster