Home Office Design Styles
The home office is often a neglected space and becomes a storage room for papers, documents, moving boxes, computers, chairs, toys – you name it. A home office is a place where we can close the doors and hide everything we don’t want out in the open. But it doesn’t have to be this way. This textbook teaches students how to make the most of home office spaces and building a business around being a home office interior designer with a flair for effective storage and productivity solutions.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Our home office design styles textbook teaches students everything they need to know to create an inspirational home office and sanctuary for their clients.
Chapter 1: Introduction to home offices
Chapter 2: Identifying client needs
Chapter 3: Psychology of motivation
Chapter 4: Comfort and functionality
Chapter 5: Storage
Chapter 6: Life, textiles, and lighting
Chapter 7: Mood boards
Conclusion: Students will be able to work with clients to create some stunning, functional, and motivational home offices.