Home Office Do's and Don'ts

By Jan Soults Walker


Whether your home office is a dedicated work space or a small desk used to manage household paperwork, you want something stylish and organized. Keep your home office sharp and efficient when you follow these guidelines.

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DO feel free to express your style. You're more likely to use your home office when surrounded by whatever makes you smile. While you may opt to continue the materials and colors you've established for the rest of your home, this is also the room where you might diverge from the status quo. If you happen to be the primary user of this room, consider it an opportunity to change up the color palette or display treasures special to you. This home office, for example, makes a unique statement with a modern art sculpture and zebra-pattern rug.

If you like this style, see Into the Wild: How to Incorporate Animal Prints.
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