Home Office Wall Décor Ideas and Tips

A room filled with furniture and a large window

A home office is a unique space. It needs to function as a productive room where you can get things done, but it has potential to have a personal sense of style, too. Unlike an out-of-home office, there are no workplace mandates on correct decor. It’s not a cubicle, and it may even serve multiple purposes. For instance, you might have a sleeper sofa in your office for guests.

That’s why you want to think carefully about your wall decor. Your home office should help create an environment for focus, but also an environment that works as part of the overall picture of your home. We’ve found a number of photos of fabulous home offices with unique wall decor that we’re going to talk about below. Spend time watching this video first before proceeding to the post that features a list of decors to help you kickstart your shopping.

1. Family Photos And A String Of Hearts

A dining room table in front of a brick wall

Unlike the sterile environment of an office full of cubicles, your home office can feature all the faces you love. And how better than to offset those beautifully framed family photos than with a string of charming paper hearts? There’s no need to pare down your personal touches in a home office. Black and white home office interior with picture frames and hearts wall decor

2. An Eclectic Blend Of The Things You Love

A blue brick wall

This home office with its chic concrete walls and large loft windows doubles as an office corner and living space. The decor is eclectic but speaks more to living space than an office with its utilization of floating shelves, flower wreaths, and carefully chosen framed pieces. We particularly love the little tin bucket with dried flowers and twinkly lights cascading onto the sofa.

3. Keep Things Clean With A White Floating Shelf

This lovely home office nook takes advantage of the stark white of the space and keeps things neutral with a natural wood desk, white chair, and simple floating shelf in white. On the shelf, small lidded boxes are used to keep office materials tucked out of sight for minimum clutter. Workplace in a new modern Scandinavian style apartment

4. A Pop Of Color On The Wall To Match Your Colorful Desk Chair

In your home office, you don’t have to ask the boss if you can have the hot yellow chair of your dreams. You are the boss of your home office design, which means you can have it any which way you like. Go for color if color is what you love. Woman working in a black and yellow themed home office

5. Mirror Other Office Details With Your Home Office Wall Decor

If you want a cohesive look for your home office design, considering mirroring some of your other design elements with your wall decor. Here, a framed print of a palm tree mimics the fronds of the planted palm, and an origami wire flamingo speaks to the blush pink curtains hanging on the window.

White workspace in flat interior with potted plants on wooden rack, desk, poster and decorations. This silhouette of five sparrows is a fun piece that you can hang on your office wall.

6. An Inspirational Quote For The Home Office Wall

Maybe you’ve recently made the move from an office to a work-at-home dream job. Why not remind yourself of your boss attitude with a letterpress printed inspirational quote to greet you every day? If you use decorative thumbtacks to hang it, then you can change out your quote for each season or each new project.

These are home office wall décor ideas and tips you can use.

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