This nature-inspired home office project focuses mainly on materials and textures. Since a plant-focused room is requested, natural elements and plants are used abundantly. However, beyond adding greenery, there are several other simple additions for optimizing the home office, including light and color. Green is the dominant color in the room as it symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility and generally makes people feel emotionally safe. Organic materials like jute, straw, wood, and clay strengthen the natural effect of the room as well.
Biophilic interior design and natural elements create a haven-like experience at home and an organic, soothing look while feeling connected to the outside world. To achieve this, wood, bamboo, linen, terracotta plant pots, and jute are the primary natural materials used in the project. Incorporating biophilic materials in the room makes it even more eco-friendly with their long-lasting, sustainable, and high-quality nature.
Source: BURKE DECOR
We also bring the serenity of the outdoors into this home office with plants of any size. Giant Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia Nicolai), Monstera, Snake Plant, Succulents, Begonia Maculata, and Maranta Prayer plant are just a few of the plants we choose according to their ease of care. Using the shades of green color, wood, and beiges contribute to the natural effect of the plants and soothes the room.
As it is a penthouse with a skylight, using the potential of natural light elevates the design of the home office. South-facing skylights allow sunlight deep into the house’s interior and suggest a theme of interior transparency and natural lighting. A neutral white tone on the wall brightens the room with natural light. And the light green wall paired with the white walls increases the brightness of the white walls and adds depth to the room.
Source: FLAVIN ARCHITECTS
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HOME OFFICE WITHOUT AN EXTRA ROOM
You don't need a separate room to create a home office. You can utilize every corner of your home with a few tools and just a little imagination. "Cloffice" is a brand-new concept that exploded after the need for remote working areas at home on quarantine days. It is an efficient and stylish solution for small rooms without taking up too much space. The word is derived from 2 words, "Closet + Office. " However, the closet here includes not only turning the cabinets into an office but also creating an office environment in suitable small spaces of the house. Under the stairs, an unused closet, an attic, a closet in the guest room, or any unused corner can be suitable for a home office. You can make working more efficient and enjoyable by turning these places into an office that suits your style.