20 Amazingly Chic Home Offices

From traditional style, to farmhouse, to French-inspired, these 20 chic home offices will get you inspired to create one of your own!

I am so inspired by all the gorgeous offices I’ve been seeing lately! With so many of us working from home, it’s become almost a necessity to have a home office space. And even for those who don’t work at home, a home office space can play an essential role. Not only does it give you a space to organize paperwork, keep records, and pay bills, but it can often be used as a guest room as well.

My obsession started when we were turning our daughter’s room into a home office a couple of years ago, but I always love seeing how others have decorated them and organized them. It’s always fun to get new ideas!

So today I thought I’d share some of the most inspiring offices I’ve found. From French style, to more traditional, to modern and even transitional, these are all gorgeous!



French Inspired Home Offices

stunningly chic French farmhouse European style office

One of the most beautiful offices I’ve ever seen! Via Giannetti Home.


 home office with gorgeous french deskThis gorgeous French inspired office is by one of my favorite designers, Minnie Peters.


stunning French farmhouse chic home office grey walls lanternAnd our own office is finally finished! Take a peek at the transformation from my daughter’s tween room to this French-inspired home office! 


 elegant gorgeous office with beautiful chandelierJennifer Pacca Interiors via Houzz.


chic home office all white office with french desk and chandelier Gorgeous and feminine office by Jennifer Dicerbo Interiors.


chic home office european french inspired style with gorgeous lantern Brooke Giannetti’s office at her own home Patina Farm. And if you don’t already own her book by the same name, it’s a must own.


pretty white home office with bookshelves and art

So gorgeous and cozy – love that hers has a fireplace! From my friend Hollie at Artful Homestead.



Farmhouse Style Home Offices 

stunning farmhouse style home office with barn doors bookshelves and chandelier

Love the barn doors. From Laluz Lighting via Houzz.


Perfect shelf styling by House of Jade Interiors.


cute farmhouse style home office with green painted desk and beadboard shelves

My friend Marie painted her desk a pretty sage green in her office makeover. Via Sincerely Marie Designs.


chic home office with book shelves with ladder

Love the ladder! Via Beautiful Chaos Companies.



Traditional Style Home Offices

chic home office with wall of book shelves European eclectic style

Masculine and eclectic home office via Giannetti Home.


chic home office with sofas and book shelves with black desk

This office is pretty much perfect – and huge! Via Architectural Digest.


chic home offices black desk shelves gallery wall

The black desk looks so good in this room of all white. Via IKEA.


beautiful home office with grey walls and white desk

I love this beautiful office from Dear Lillie Studio.



Transitional Style Home Offices

stunning blue and white home office with shelves and built in bench

Stunning office in shades of blue. Via Bria Hammel Interiors.


super chic home office with built in bookshelves white and blue accents

More gorgeous shelf styling via Sita Montgomery Interiors.


chic office with chalk board and skirted desk Spare and simple via Atlanta Homes magazine.


eclectic home office with inspiration bulletin board and glass deskPhoto by Leslie Unruh via One King’s Lane.


beautiful office with gorgeous blue french doors and built in shelves

Wallpaper adds punch to this pretty space via Bria Hammel Interiors.


Are you as inspired as I am? I’m pretty sure I would be more productive in any one of these chic home offices!




If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out more decor ideas and inspiration below:

50+ Fabulous French Farmhouse Finds at Amazon

Stunning French Farmhouse Style Home Tour

15 Charming French Farmhouse Kitchens


20 Chic Home Offices graphic on Maison de Cinq



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  1. So inspiring! I’ll take one of each!😉 My office has been in a half done state for quite sometime since we have had to remodel our cabin and get it on the market this summer. It’s hard to spin many plates at once!
    I have a distressed wood built in original to our home. Since it is distressed…..has little “worm holes” and knots I’m wondering what type of paint is best. Should I go for the chalk paint lightly distressed look or paint it a latex paint with these original distressed? I dont see a lot of chalk paint distressing on built ins lately anymore. Your thoughts appreciated! Thanks, Sheila! PS: our cabin is under contract!!

    1. Yay! I’m so glad you found them inspiring JC – and it sounds like the timing was perfect for you! As for your builtin, you didn’t say what paint is on it now or if you like it? I think you mean the overly distressed/sanded look and I agree, that isn’t used on builtins as much anymore. Personally I’d probably use regular, latex paint for a cleaner updated look. Just know that it’s hard to keep the knots from showing through. You need to use heavy primer, or you may even need a professional to spray lacquer to keep that from happening. Good luck!!

  2. Teresa Jones says:

    Hello Shelia,

    Thank you for this inspiration! I’d like to paint an old desk gray and I’m wondering what color you’d recommend?

    1. How fun Teresa – I love how paint can give furniture a whole new life! I’m a big fan of chalk paint so I’d probably buy a couple of their greys and try them out. I used a mix of two colors when I painted my nightstands, a mix of Svenska Blue and Paris Grey. (you can see them in this post: https://maisondecinq.com/master-bedroom-makeover-reveal/). I also used just the Paris Grey when I painted the side tables in my family room.

      Good luck!


  3. Linda Rossi says:

    Another great post- thank you! Right now, my “office” is a hand-me-down kid’s desk in the corner of the guest rom. My husband has his own private study and my kids are grown so I think it’s time that the lady of the house gets a room of her own. You’ve inspired me!

    1. Thanks so much Linda! And yes, I’m in the same boat. There really is nothing like having your own office space to help with productivity, too, don’t you think? I wish you luck and hope you get to do one of your own soon! (Mine might be awhile!)