18 Minimalistic Home Offices to Inspire You

By / Sep 10, 2013 / Inspiration
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It doesn’t matter if you work from home or if you use your own space only at night or on the weekends, home offices are great! They give us a chance to create a space just the way we want it, with the things we need to do our job effectively. For some, this means filling the space with things that inspire, like lots of art and nick-nacks. But others take the “less is more” approach, opting for a minimalistic office where clean lines, less clutter, and only the bare essentials create the perfect work environment.

Remember to click the images to learn more about each space.

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

Inspiring Minimalistic Home Offices

About the Author

Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

19 Comments

  1. PSD
    September 10, 2013

    Some of these are absolutely gorgeous. Really need to get my home office in check.

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  2. Dan Ralstein
    September 10, 2013

    Seriously? By the looks of it, these people don’t do much all day.

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    • David Radovanovic
      September 10, 2013

      that’s what came to my mind

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      • Matt
        September 10, 2013

        ditto.

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    • SteveD
      September 15, 2013

      Yup. And how about antiseptic?

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  3. egyember
    September 10, 2013

    minimalistic home office means “mac on the desk”.

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    • Zac
      September 12, 2013

      haha, my thoughts as well

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  4. David Radovanovic
    September 10, 2013

    Al I can think is “Anal Retentive” though all are quite nice.

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  5. kub
    September 10, 2013

    I’d rather, Picasso’s studio, Rothko’s, Frankenthaler’s, Jobs, early Bukowski. The no office office is a ‘nice’ idea, but it’s not that I couldnt, I dont want to work in an arctic environs. lol

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  6. E L
    September 11, 2013

    Can you follow up with a “Maximalistic Home Offices” post? These spaces are…. nice. And clean. But not particularly inspiring to me personally.
    PS, I adore your blog. It’s so helpful and insightful. :)

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    • Sindigo
      September 13, 2013

      Absolutely. Let’s see some spaces where some actual work happens.

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  7. Rob
    September 11, 2013

    Although some of these paces look beautiful, some do not look practical and some look just plain uncomfortable!

    Chairs without backs or chairs that don’t adjust… How much work are they planning to do? :)

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  8. Andy A
    September 11, 2013

    Yeah these people have MODS (Mac on Desk Syndrome), the only reason why the offices are so shockingly bereft on anything that resembles or has ever resembled work is that they spend their whole lives at the Apple store (and possibly Berets-R-Us).

    Seriously, where’s the innovation?

    Where’s even the suggestion of something special?

    Where’s the 6 screen setup with a hand made modular/ergonomic wooden desk in a glass room surrounded by ferns with the PC hidden in a modern sculpture that lights up in different colours depending on who you just got an email from, powered by a waterfall…. something, ANYTHING.

    Please, mo more estate agent shots of an empty room with a MAC ON A DESK!

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  9. M.Aswad Mehtab
    September 11, 2013

    The ones with natural Beauty outside are just amazing !

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  10. Mitch Ballard
    September 11, 2013

    Excellent post Henry, if such work place is provided at home than I think no one would like to go office.

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  11. Robert Davis
    September 11, 2013

    Excellent examples. Thanks!

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  12. Ian birch
    September 12, 2013

    Makes me think its time to sort out my office,its looking more like a shed every day,great examples and ideas,thank you

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  13. Web Designer
    September 15, 2013

    Great examples and ideas. Thanks!

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  14. DWJL
    September 15, 2013

    It is almost painful to view these sparse offices where you can actually see the surface of the desk. Something tells me that these guys are much more organized than I am.

    Reply

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