Home Office Decor Ideas and Inspiration

As I mentioned previously, I now have a home office. Now that I'm in the real working world, I've been browsing for ideas to make said home office a creative haven, oozing inspiration and ideas from every angle. And, for fun, I'm pretending that money is no object when designing my dream office. Here's a few ideas I would love to recreate.

Since the closet is on the craft side of the room, this would work perfectly to store my ribbons and other supplies:

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This is what I have in mind for curtains. This is a DIY project! Here's the tutorial.

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A little touch of these shabby chic and beachy ellements:

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I want, no NEED this above my craft table! Ahhhh, it brings joy to my organization-loving heart:

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This is nifty, even though I don't really need two small desks. But I love the colors and the file baskets, and the prints hanging on the wall:

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This home office is from an apartment that was featured in Better Homes and Gardens a while back. I love just about everything about it: the blue and white ikat chair, bins of fabric, the weathered desk, the sort of nautical feel from the lamps, and all the organized folders, bins, and baskets.

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I love these lamps and the color scheme in this office, although it's a little too bright for my taste:
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Since I already have a black desk, this color scheme would be ideal. I love the beachy touch with the coral too, and I love blue and white china:
Around the Corner

I'll take that Mac computer too!

What's your organizing style? This fun quiz over at Better Homes and Gardens defines your organizational style and offers organizing solutions to fit your needs. I got "Librarian: detailed and a taskmaster, energetic, a perfectionist, sometimes to a fault." Pretty accurate! Take the quiz, and let me know what you got!

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