To clutter or not to clutter? That is the question that no director ever asked himself ever. Why? Because they know that the key to efficiency and effectiveness lies in keeping things simple and this includes your home office as the prime place that you need to design in the most minimalist way possible. Go brutal with minimalism, and reach a point where you don’t even have walls or ceilings in your home office! Hell, you shouldn’t even have pants on. So that’s why this list here should give you some ideas on how you can help your current office shed some un-necessities or build a completely new one!
5 Minimalist Home Office Designs
Floating Table Office
Not just because you get a ton of space underneath the table but also…why not? A floating table is a must in every director’s home office. Get a good thick wooden panel (black or brown polished wood) and install it on your wall. You get a sense of outer worldliness particularly if you got a good view from your window. Word of advice though, don’t sit on it or do stuff with your secretary on it.
Borrowed From Home Designing
The word frugal gets a new meaning here and it takes the shape of a black and white minimalist office design. Might seem like nobody works here (no laptops and stuff), but if you have a home office like this it means you already made the moneyz and probably out on Bali suntanning!
Borrowed From Decoist
Office With A Multi-Purpose Work Desk
You work a bit, then you just slide to the left and take a nap! The person who designed this must be lazy by nature and all directors thank him for being who he is! Simple, minimalistic, and unobtrusive design that declutters your home office. Add an amazing view like the one above and you have your perfect minimalistic nap…work office at home.
Borrowed From Architecture Art Design
A Glass Of White
It looks like there’s no table at all and your room gets a boost in size just by replacing the standard desk with this L-shaped glass art piece. I’d be very careful about throwing tantrums while at this desk. FYI don’t come in your home office drunk, you’ll probably shatter everything to pieces.
Borrowed From DigsDigs
The ultimate dream of every director (or at least one of those dreams) is to have a home office, in a remote area outside of the urban jungle with great wifi and access to burgers. Check out the masterfully positioned window, as if someone just sliced through the room and let the sunshine in! Just added this to our bucket list. Nature, wooden minimal desk, and a burger. Minimalism at its finest.
Borrowed From Inspiration Feed
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Justin is one of those directors that speaks and acts as a true westerner.
If you got the feeling this article seems as if you’ve seen it somewhere else before, that’s because Justin’s voice is so ingrained in the western culture of writing articles that you might have as well read something he wrote.
When he is not writing about home improvement, cars, personal style, and how to behave in front of people, he does other stuff such as being a gentleman, rejecting tons of women (he’s into character), reading Carl Jung, and playing his harmonica.