20 Gorgeous Red Office Designs

There’s no reason your home office can’t be as beautiful and stylish as the rest of your home’s living space. Home offices can easily be neglected as the forgotten room when it comes to decorating it, and maybe that’s because not all home offices are used as often as other rooms in the home, or maybe they are a space that’s tucked off in a corner that’s out of sight and out of mind. When a home office is left drab, boring, and lacking luster, it can be hard to feel energized and motivated when you’re in the room, which may be a problem for those who need these elements to feel productive when working. One of the easiest ways to boost your energy and help you feel inspired when you’re in your office is to give your home office a makeover. If you’re looking for inspiring looks for your office, consider going red in your decor theme. Red is an energizing and spirit-lifting color. You can use a little or a lot of the uplifting color in your home office to give your room the perfect look and feel for your personal taste. Here are some ideas on how to incorporate a red theme in your home office.

Ignite your home office with a blast of red

Red can ignite a lot of emotion in a person. It’s a bold color often associated with intense feelings, and it can evoke a powerful feeling when you step into a room decked-out in bold shades of red. Painting all your walls a bold red can really evoke a feeling of warmth and energy in your office, or on a smaller scale, a focal point wall painted a bold shade of red can have a similar effect without feeling overwhelming.

Incorporate your red through pieces of furniture

Red walls may not be your forte, but you don’t have to go all-out and slather red everywhere in order to get your fill of red in your home office. Office furniture is a great way to bring hues of red into your office by choosing pieces of wood furniture in hues of red. From your  desk to bookshelves, to chairs, sofas and other pieces, furniture is a great way to incorporate red into your home office. You can choose furniture in an array of shades of red, from rustic reds to mahogany, blood reds and many more. Whether your office boasts fabric, leather, metal, or wood grain pieces, use the materials to showcase your love of red.

Light up the room

Lighting is an important factor in any room, especially if it contains any shade of red. Of course, natural light is always the best lighting for any room. Natural light helps to naturally raise energy levels and give you a happy state of mind, so let the natural light flood in. Harsh overhead lights can cause strain on the eyes and create glares while working over a desk. Instead, set up floor lamps that bounce lighting upward as well as shade covered lamps to help distribute light more evenly over an area. Light doorways or dark walls in your office with decorative sconces, and recessed lighting over work spaces where lamps aren’t practical.

Accents in red

Like any other room in your home, adding accent pieces to your home office will help complete the look and make the perfect work environment. Accents are also a great way to add splashes of red in smaller increments. Wall art, lamps, throw pillows, window treatments and area rugs are all great decor items for adding that red flare you want while giving you control over just how little or how much red you want. Add, remove or shuffle your accent pieces around to change the look of your room, or control just how red you want your home office.

For more inspiring ideas, here are 20 gorgeous red office designs to help you give your home office a bold new look using your favorite shade of red.

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