Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

Scandinavian Minimalist Home Office UK

I’ve been dreaming of a proper home office for months. I usually work from our dining table or curled up on the sofa with my laptop. Both are perfectly fine but it would be really nice to have a dedicated space. I’d love one spot to keep everything instead of spreading out across various rooms in the house. I also want somewhere that I feel mentally set to work. Having a dedicated space would help me to stay focused, it would stop me from trying to multi-task in the house throughout the day (I’m always putting on the washing and tidying up). I’ve also read that it will help me see my work as a business rather than a hobby. And a decent office chair might also save my back and all those chiropractor bills.

I love clean Scandinavian design and it seems particularly appropriate for a workspace. In order to maintain the minimal look it needs to be well organised, perfect for a productive working environment. I find a light, bright space motivating, it helps me to stay awake and focused. A tidy space also helps avoid too many distractions, I find there are enough already with all the emails I receive and the tabs I have open (I do tend to close my Mail and use OneTab to minimise the number of open tabs, in an attempt to reduce the distractions when I’m working on a post or project).

Skagerak, HAY and Melo make great office furniture and accessories. I’ll be sharing my perfect home office pieces in a couple of weeks.

I use Pinterest to create mood boards for each of the rooms in my house, for further home office inspiration please take a look at my Working From Home board:

Photography all found on Pinterest.