Photos: These 23 home offices show the good, the bad, and the ugly of remote work
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Lighting is key
Working from home comes with its own set of unique challenges. From lavish tech-savvy setups to DIY masterpieces, these 24 home office photos illustrate the full array of home office setups.
This neon workstation is just showing off…
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Standing desk for two
Ingenuity in action with splashes of color to boot.
Bonus points for the solid pool flex. Although the pruney fingers could have a negative effect on typing accuracy.
Studies have shown that house plants increase productivity and enhance concentration, you know?
The Union Cowork drive-up workspace popped up in Southern California. The site offers high-speed internet for those so inclined.
A room with pop
Vibrant style points for this space.
Trapped in the closet
Pessimists see a walk-in closet. Optimists see dual-use office space.
A space built to fill
Nowhere to go but up.
Standing desk realities versus expectations
The DIY standing desk struggle is real.
This Brooklynite shares her workspace with cockatiel officemate Dotty.
Desks in disarray
This gem arrived in our inbox with the subject line “Office from Hell” and other than that we have no comment.
We still feel like this is either a proverb or a metaphor.
Room to work
We love the tri-monitors and we applaud the Cheetos.
Notes of neon
We are pretty sure that rollerskating at the office is an OSHA violation, but we’re not mad about it.
Get those steps in
Taking multitasking to a whole new level. Does anyone remember that hamster well standing desk?
A feline affair
Look, if you sent a photo with a pet in it you were virtually a shoo-in for the gallery.
Room with a view
A picturesque minimalist home work station.
Living rooms transformed
Currently atop many Amazon Wish Lists at the moment.
The lava lamp is officially back.
Core values. We get it.
Put a giraffe in it
Bronze giraffe sales are bound to skyrocket after this one.
Mosaics in-motion at this creative home workspace.
Last but not least
A secretary desk rebooted for telecommuting.