By Anna Kocharian

Published on August 13, 2017

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Photography by MARILI FORASTIERI VIA REMODELISTA

We’re picturing many a productive mornings in a spot as dreamy as this restored 18th century farmhouse. (Psst, that chair is an eBay find!) See the rest of the home here.

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Photography by Rikkki Snyder
Inside this 10-bedroom Hamptons retreat, the monochromatic decor of the study is elevated by a pop of color from the vibrant wall art and the maple wood furnishings. 
 
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Photography by TERENCE CHIN VIA MYDOMAINE

Millennial pink is still going strong, as evident in this stunning office designed by We Are Triibe. A mix of mid century modern pieces and a strong Scandinavian aesthetic complete the scene. 

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Photography by ISOBEL BENESCH

Tucked within a little nook, this modest setup comes sans any frills yet manages to please with its minimalist approach towards design. Our favorite detail? The soothing blue of the intricate wallpaper channeled by the vintage-inspired seat. 

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Photography by JOE FLETCHER

Proof that a home office can exist in just about any spot of a home. In this Brooklyn apartment, a custom-built desk fits in the little nook under the stairs, while also cleverly concealing a small mattress that folds out for guests.

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Photography by @JESSICACOMINGORE VIA INSTAGRAM

Would you ever guess that this cozy nook belongs in the laundry room? Who knew that having a home office would be as easy as creating a setup as sweet as this.

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Photography by UNGANO + AGRIODIMAS

A vibrant shade of blue steals the show in this spacious home office, which conveniently comes furnished with a sleek daybed. 

Tour the rest of this Park Slope home here.

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