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Study/Office Interior design ideas, inspiration & pictures

  1. HILLSTA:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Industrial Wood Wood effect
  2.  ECOSANCTUARY:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Rustic
  3. Need help with your home project?
  4. Minimalist style in Choa Chu Kang Road:  Study/office by Singapore Carpentry Interior Design Pte Ltd,Minimalist
  5. COMPASSVALE ANCILIA II:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian Wood Wood effect
  6. Rio Vista:  Study/office by Swish Design Works,Modern
  7. Bedok North Ave 1:  Study/office by Swish Design Works,Modern
  8. Need help with your home project?
  9. Industrial Design at Worthing Road:  Study/office by Singapore Carpentry Interior Design Pte Ltd,Industrial
  10. Modern Glamour at Holland Village Condo:  Study/office by Singapore Carpentry Interior Design Pte Ltd,Modern
  11. Industrial Style at Craig Road Shophouse:  Study/office by Singapore Carpentry Interior Design Pte Ltd,Industrial
  12. REVAMPED GIRL'S ROOM:  Study/office by FINE ART LIVING PTE LTD,Modern Wood-Plastic Composite
  13. :  Study/office by Designer House,Modern Chipboard
  14. EASTWOOD GREEN:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian
  15. CLEMENTI PARK:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Modern
  16. SKY HABITAT:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian Wood Wood effect
  17. JALAN TANJONG:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Industrial
  18. THE PROMENADE @ PELIKAT:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Minimalist Wood Wood effect
  19. Caribbean @ Keppel bay :  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian Wood Wood effect
  20. Design & Build: Condominium @ Eunos (Modern Scandinavian):  Study/office by erstudio Pte Ltd,Modern
  21. Design & Build: Condominium @ Eunos (Modern Scandinavian):  Study/office by erstudio Pte Ltd,Modern
  22. Minton Condo Interior Design Singapore:  Study/office by Posh Home,Modern
  23. :  Study/office by Designer House,Colonial
  24. :  Study/office by Designer House,Colonial
  25. WHITEHOUSE PARK:  Study/office by HB Design Pte Ltd,Asian
  26. 3-rm BTO Jalan Tenteram :  Study/office by Singapore Carpentry Pte Ltd,Scandinavian
  27. Punggol Waterway Brooks BTO:  Study/office by Designer House,Minimalist
  28. Punggol Waterway Brooks BTO:  Study/office by Designer House,Minimalist
  29. PARKLAND RESIDENCES:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian
  30. COSTA DEL SOL:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian
  31. WATERCOLOURS:  Study/office by Eightytwo Pte Ltd,Scandinavian
  32. Downtown White on White Apartment:  Study/office by Andrew Mikhael Architect,Minimalist
  33.  Study/office by SDINCO, Modern
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Where can I build a home office in my house in Singapore?

Are you in the habit of frequently working from home? Then it would be better for you to design a well-equipped office space cum study in your dwelling in Singapore. This would help you to manage all your work efficiently and on time, arrange video conferencing from your home without being disturbed in any way and store away important official documents without the fear of losing them. Though in reality you can convert any empty space in your house or apartment into a small home office for your personal use, it is always advisable to choose a corner which is peaceful, airy and filled with natural light.

An airy and bright room feels more cheerful and is more hygienic. It has a positive effect on your mind and is crucial for maintaining a healthy interior atmosphere. A peaceful space is essential to work in a calm and efficient manner. Frequent disturbances and continuous noise don’t help you to concentrate in your work. You may set up your home office in the attic, in a basement or in a spare room. You may also build a home office alongside your garden shed or on top of your garage. This is an excellent way of using the additional space on the premises of your building.

How to decorate a home office?

Try to keep the décor of your home office elegant but simple. Don’t clutter it with too many items of furniture so that it prevents you to move around freely inside the room. A congested space is also difficult to clean and organise. Choose furniture depending on the availability of the space. Install glass windows or skylights if the space looks gloomy. Set the table next to the windows, but don’t let yourself be affected by the harsh sunlight of the summertime. Buy proper window treatments. It helps you to maintain the privacy of the interiors and regulate the amount of natural lighting.

Spread a plush area rug on the middle of the room. It will not only make the space more comfortable, but will also help you with the acoustics of your room. If your home office is adjacent to a living room or dining parlour, then install heavily padded wall panels in the room. These wall panels act as effective sound absorbers and help you to maintain the peaceful nature of the interiors. Choose right kind of lighting fixtures to keep the space bright and cheerful in the evening.

You will need a combination of lighting fixtures to illuminate the space. A table lamp is one of the most important features of this room. A stylish table lamp also helps you to embellish the space. You may buy simple pendant lighting to accentuate the beauty of the room. Alternatively, you may install ceiling mounted focus lighting fixtures to regulate the brightness of the office space. Under cabinet lighting is becoming very popular in Singapore. Consider installing under cabinet LED lighting fixtures inside the bookshelves, storage units and desk.

Don’t forget to decorate the space with a few potted plants. Indoor plants like peace lily, snake plant, various palm species, hibiscus, jade plant, aloe vera, croton, dragon tree, bamboo, rubber and bromeliad grow well in a office space. Many of these plants are also capable of absorbing harmful dust particles and Volatile Organic Compounds from the atmosphere which make them doubly welcome in the interior of your home. Buy graceful ceramic, cast iron, wood or bamboo planters for your indoor plants.

What furniture do I need in my home office?

A suitable study table and comfortable office chair are two of most important pieces of furniture in a home office. Choose table and chairs having the right dimensions. To avoid any kind of mistake, measure the space available to set the table and the chairs in the room and only then order these items. You may take help of an interior designer to design this space according to your needs and tastes. The designer will procure suitable pieces of furniture for you.

In a small room, opt for a composite study unit or install wall mounted tables to save space. When space constraint is not a major factor, you may buy high quality wooden table with leather top and drawers on both sides of the tables. Choose the design according to the style of décor. A contemporary home office needs very different of furniture than a classical home office. You may buy lightweight aluminium and moulded plastic furniture in a modern office space.

Make room for sufficient storage units. Install fashionable shelving systems on the walls. Buy built in cabinets and bookshelves to store away your precious collection of books, study materials and official files. Storage cabinets with glass doors look chic. Besides, the glass doors keep the interiors of the cabinet free of dust. You may also go for simple storage units without any door. Just ensure to maintain the tidiness of the cabinet and protect your valuable books and documents from the attacks of dust and grime.

You may need extra seating arrangement in this space to entertain your colleagues or clients. Place a small sofa along with a stylish coffee table in one corner of the room. You may choose to place a couple of comfortable armchairs in this space as well. Make sure the upholstery matches the colour scheme of the room. You may buy same fabric to design the upholstery as well as the curtains for the windows. This will have a stylish effect on the ambience.