Workspace Ideas For Couples

June 23, 2016 | Family & Relationships | Offices
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Sometimes, working beside your partner keeps you motivated and inspired. When designing your workspace, it’s ideal to know what overall aesthetic you are going for. From there, you can each contribute in the design process by adding a personal touch without deviating from the overall look. Just keep in mind the standard rules about consistency, mixing of colors, and finding the right accessories to make your space look more chic.

Minimalist

A work area that is clean and free from frills allows couples to concentrate on their work. The beauty in minimalist work areas is its simplicity and sophistication.


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Contemporary

Hints of modern design will surely give your space a fresh new look. This is a simple go-to look for couples who wish to apply classic design without losing style.


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Face to face

Instead of the usual long work table, wherein you will be side by side, try opting for a square table. This way, you can freely face your partner while discussing work ideas. This is ideal if your space is small and have no place to put a long table.


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Cozy

To achieve a cozy work space, add family photos or your photos as a couple. Play with warm colors which you can match with soft upholstery for chairs.


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Monochrome

Going for a single-coloured work space is bold and stylish. Not to mention, your work area will look surprisingly neat and organized with this design.


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Wooden

Wood is classic and sophisticated. This minimalist approach avoids unnecessary decorations that will only clutter your space. Again, wooden panels and tables appear cozy and inviting.


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Family space

If you have kids who love to play pretend businessman for a day, allocate space for them in the table or better yet, provide them their own table – perfect for when they doodle and colour.


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