25 Ways To Pull Off An Office Nook In A Living Room
More and more of us face the problem of small spaces, which don’t suppose having separate rooms for everything, open layouts conquer the world. More and more home owners rocked united spaces, where bathroom is in a bedroom, a home office is in a kitchen and a library is integrated into a bathroom. Today I’ll tell you how to pull off a home office in a living room to make it look stylish and not spoil the whole look of the space.
There are several ways to do that: separate the spaces visually or keep them united completely. The furniture may be matching or contrasting to divide the zones. Where to place your office nook so that it could benefit as much as possible? Let’s have a look at some ideas.
Behind The Sofa
The space behind the sofa is usually underestimated and not used but it’s ideal for a home office nook! Place a desk that you like there – it can be matching for the space or different for a contrasting look, the latter is a great idea to visually separate the spaces. Yet if you want a calmer and more unified look, integrate the desk into the space and find matching chairs.
a shabby chic living room with a small and delicate desk behind the sofa that perfectly matches the room decor
a sleek white desk and an airy chair behind the sofa match the space and even make it more refined and chic
this home office nook uses the blind space behind the sofa, which is usually neglected, and a glass desk makes it airy
don't use a console, put a real desk and use it for working any time you want, here the nook is perfectly integrated into the space
continue the refined space of the living room with a vintage desk and chair that match the space while differ in color
a whole home office space with a large desk behind the sofa takes a part of the room and becomes a self-sufficient space
a white sleek desk with dark legs and matching chairs and a stool perfectly fit the ocean-inspired living room
a white desk doesn't attract much attention behind the sofa and is enough for a home office
a vintage wooden desk and upholstered chair stand out from the neutral living room, so you separate the zone with color
a colorful contemporary space with a small narrow desk behind the couch and a matching chair
a contemporary space with a console-looking desk behind the sofa, which is enough even for two
a cozy contemporary and natural living room with a vintage wooden desk behind the sofa that makes a statement
a narrow wooden desk placed behind the sofa and a chair a lamp that match the organic decor
a vintage black desk and chair differ in style and stand out from a rustic space, it helps to visually separate the spaces
a vintage meets rustic living room with a gorgeous stained wooden desk and a matching chair behind the sofa
a vintage rustic desk with modern chairs placed behind the couch matches the space but accents it with the chair design
Another idea is to place a desk by the window or in the corner by the window: it will get as much light as possible, and if it’s a behind the couch space, it’s even better. Place the home office nook on the wall – make it fully floating using floating shelves and a desk but provide enough light there. In such cases placing the desk requires perfect integration, you better find some fitting furniture – the same colors and styles are the best option. Get inspired!
a chic home office nook by the window accented with a leather chair and a bold artwork
a chic home office nook that takes a corner behind the sofa and fits the room decor ideally
a boho home office nook with floating shelves by the window is incorporated in the living room
a home office nook in the corner by the window perfectly blends with the space with the same furniture used
a long white sleek desk in the corner by the window for a small home office nook can be used as a console too