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20 Home Offices That Strike a Work-Life Balance

Justina Huddleston is an editor and the head writer for TDmonthly Magazine. She has been a freelance writer for several years, though her real passion is cooking. You can see the recipes she creates on her vegan food blog, A Life of Litt...

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Work-life-balanced offices

#1/20:

Work-life-balanced offices

Working from home is no joke, and these office spaces are professional without looking corporate.

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Furry and functional

#3/20:

Furry and functional

A fur throw and carpet make this space feel cozy, while the clutter-free desk and bright light make it workable.

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Black, white and green

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Black, white and green

This organized black and white space is strictly professional, but a green vine helps give it life.

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Wall desk

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Wall desk

The slender profile of this desk makes for an unobtrusive workspace that's still set apart enough to focus.

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Updated executive

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Updated executive

Feel like a big-time exec in your own home with an elegant chair that faces a few seats for clients or guests.

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Art wall

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Art wall

Art hangs above and to the sides of this desk, helping it blend with the rest of the room.

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Behind the couch

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Behind the couch

Tucked behind the couch, this home studio's clipboards double as wall art for the whole room.

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Wallpaper wildflowers

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Wallpaper wildflowers

Gorgeous floral wallpaper and rose-gold accents keep this workspace feeling soft and lovely.

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Bohemian vibes

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Bohemian vibes

A bright bohemian rug, fur throw and large cactus keep this workspace from looking too sterile.

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Bright and calm

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Bright and calm

Between the window and pale pink chair, this is a calming workspace anyone would feel at home in.

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Center of attention

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Center of attention

This plant-filled workspace floats away from the wall, giving you plenty of space to work (or play!). 

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Treehouse office

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Treehouse office

Want to work from home without distraction? Relocate to a treehouse, like this whimsical office!

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Dark glamour

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Dark glamour

Dark walls and lush florals make for a workspace where you can sip cocktails and file invoices.

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Window working

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Window working

This bright workspace is tucked into a nook away from the rest of the house with a view that will inspire.

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Room for two

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Room for two

What to do when you both work from home? This small but organized room has the answer.

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Modern, refined

#17/20:

Modern, refined

You won't find ugly office supplies here — everything was selected to fit with the rest of the living room.

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Bright and moody

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Bright and moody

Bright whites and lots of neutrals make this peaceful workspace feel like an extension of the rest of the room.

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Grid board organization

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Grid board organization

Keep organized at your desk with a DIY grid board - this one contrasts beautifully with colorful memos.

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Bright midcentury modern

#20/20:

Bright midcentury modern

With space for two, who wouldn't want to work from this bright, streamlined office with pops of color? 

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