Interior style is HUGE on Instagram and for obvious reasons: the topic lends itself entirely to lust-worthy, Insta-worthy, swoon-worthy pictures that usually make us look around our own homes and sigh with discontent. (Or remind ourselves that we too, could add a vase of flowers and clear up one corner of our room to look neat and organised.)
Styling your own home office, desk space or workspace is one of the great pleasures of homeworking. No clinical, strip-lit office, but the opportunity to add your own style, textures and colours.
It’s a chance to include your own photographs, pictures and little knick-knacks, and be able to furnish it with comfortable chairs, textiles, your favourite books and also for it to be set up and laid out just as you wish.
There’s no harm in a little aspiration and inspiration so we’ve rounded up some great Instagram accounts which deliver on the pretty-as-a-picture looks plus some fab styling ideas to boot.
@WorkspaceGoals: For beautifully curated squares of dream workspace design and aesthetics.
@apartmenttherapy: A hugely popular interiors account with some fab home office ideas from around the ‘gram.
@deskdecors: A more varied curation of workspaces, focusing on the tech and the set-up.
@desklifebliss: For light, bright and feminine desk space set-ups. Lovely to look at – but never what mine actually looks like!
@theworkspacestylist: For a variety of workspace style inspiration with a range of light and bright, colourful and contemporary, plus inventive and interesting home offices from around the world.
@deskgoals: For more pretty, desk set-ups and home-office scrolling pleasure.
@victoriahopkinsinteriors: For brights, colour and snatches of home inspiration including her own funky workspace.
@mybusinesscorner: For mostly monochrome, curated images of home office spaces with plenty of pretty and plenty of plants.
Don’t forget to follow @thehomeworkermag on Insta for plenty of home office and homeworking tips and inspiration!
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Louise is an award-winning journalist and speaker who focuses on working from home, remote work and wellbeing. She is the founder of The Homeworker, which is dedicated to helping you thrive when you work from home. The Homeworker publishes articles that are designed to keep you healthy, happy, fulfilled, and more productive in work and life.