If you are a freelancer or a businessman who runs a part of his work from home, the home office will be a perfect idea. The size of this office depends on the available space and the number of customers you expect to receive. If you already have a rustic style home with outdoor natural views, you will certainly create a cozy and natural look in your new office.
The main features of your rustic home office can be the large windows and natural materials and colors to provide the place an airy and organic look. In an office space, Weber Michael John and his team create a homey warm feel using vaulted ceiling, large windows, skylights, leather-covered sofas, and wool patterned area rug. The old-fashioned metal candleholders and light colors with dark and metallic accents enhance the rustic look of the place.
The concept of contrast will enhance the warm feel of your home office. You can still use high-tech devices with highly organized storage spaces along with a rustic floor and decorative elements to increase the functionality of the place.
Laura Nicolay and Collaborative Design team design a built-in desk with restful chairs in a bold colored room along with hidden and spotlights, wall-to-wall carpet, green plants, and hardwood pieces to provide the place a warm and functional feel.
If you are a fan of collecting antique furniture, you can use an antique desk with a similar upholstered chair, floor-to-ceiling or built-in bookshelves, neutral colored sofas, and a fireplace to provide the place unique warmth. The round furniture and seating area will help you manage your formal or informal meetings successfully. If your rustic home office is small, try to choose a tranquil and inspiring space and arrange your furniture vertically to create a workflow.