Mid-Century Modern Home Office – Shop the Look
How to create a Mid-Century Modern Home Office
The focal piece of any home office is the desk. So for this Mid-Century Modern home office I was looking for a walnut desk. Primarily, because darker wood varieties such as walnut and rosewood are more suited to the Mid-Century Modern style.
As such I chose the Reva desk from Interior Secrets. I thought this desk ticked a few aesthetic and functional boxes to make a beautiful home office.
Firslty, I liked the wood tone, I also liked the storage nook and the height this nook provides as well as the curved line. I liked the base as well. I think the legs have a nice shape.
The next piece I chose was the desk chair. I chose the Jetson desk chair for its curved line and nuetral pebble colour. I also liked the velour texture.
Every home office needs a bookshelf. For books, files and other bits and pieces such as pot plants for stylistic purposes. If you’re wondering about how or why or if different wood tones work together, rest assured they do.
You may prefer to match your wood tones but from an interior design perspective different wood tones work together based on the interior design principle of reptition. As the wood material and tone is repeated in the space, it works.
The wow factor for this home office is the stunning rug. It is on the expensive side so you could opt for a simple rug in a block colour, for example mustard. Or a neutral white or grey rug with a geometric pattern.
I add a table lamp for additional light at desk level. This table lamp repeats some of the interior design elements we already have such as the curved line and similar coloured tones.
Finally, some geometric art in muted beige tones, which allows the rug to feature.
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