String lights are amazing: diverse, easy-blending, simple and stylish and very budget-friendly, I bet there’s an option for any space and style, and they can easily fit even a minimalist space. We continue sharing ideas of how to use them throughout your home, and today’s roundup is about home offices.
String lights and home offices are a perfect match: a home office or working space gets more light (which is necessary for reading and working), a more inviting ambience and highlights here and there. Using string lights you can avoid any other light sources, they can be enough, or accent some pieces or spaces here. Let’s take a look at examples.
One of the most popular and cool ideas is covering your pinboard or memo board with string lights, this way you’ll accent it even more and it will inspire you better. There are all kinds of shapes and colors, so you’ll easily find what to use for your own space. Plus, you’ll add more light to the working nook. The easiest idea to attach string lights is to do it with a grid board, which is a trendy piece right now but of course you can attach lights to any board you want.
Over The Desk
The top idea is to attach string lights over the desk – higher or lower, it’s up to you, or just in the corner vertically. This way you’ll cheer up your working space, add some light and create a cozy and welcoming ambience, so you’ll feel more inspired to work or study. You can hang the lights on one or both sides of the desk or over the window if the desk is standing next to it. Try different ways!
If there are some shelves, you may hang the lights on them – to accent the display or to enlighten the desk more precisely. It’s a great idea and is very easy to realize – no time for attaching the lights anywhere is needed.
Hang the string lights to separate the working space from other spaces visually. Hang them on a mirror or door next to your space to add more light but not right to the working space, just around it. Put the lights right on the desk to feel like in a magical garden. Enjoy!