Working from home can be an awesome privilege, but after a while, work/life separation can be hard to achieve, and our homes might start to feel a bit imprisoning.  Once again, smart design comes to the rescue: by infusing comfort and color into a home office or introducing a cutting-edge work station with distinct parameters separating it from the rest of the home, sanity gladly returns to even the most industrious workaholic.  The elements in today’s series make it just a smidge easier to put that nose to the grindstone and burn the midnight oil.

work station
Globus Personal Work Station by Michiel van der Kley


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work stations
Colorblocked Office with IKEA pieces via ManMade DIY



quirky workspace
Colorful Work Stations via Living Etc



quirky workspaces
Honeycomb Memo Board via House to Home UK



quirky work stations
Inventive Wooden Work Station – Image by Jason Schmidt via Dwell



chalkboard office
Quirky Chalkboard Office via Adore Home Magazine



unusual home offices
The Clipper CS-1 Cockpit-Style Workstation



convertible work station
The Otto Workstation Cabinet by John Lewis



treadmill desk
The TrekDesk Treadmill Desk



vespa desk
Upcycled Vespa Workstation via Reinventing Wheels



Treadmill desk found at TrekDesk.