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Good morning friends. Today I want to take a look at five different home office ideas. Each of these set ups has something special going for it — I’d love to know which one is your favorite (and why)!

Corner Office

Sweet corner office space. | japanesetrash.com

Here’s a tidy corner office space that looks like it’s a great place to concentrate and get work done.

Tailored Table

Just enough room to get things done. | japanesetrash.com

This nicely appointed table area has just the right amount of work space and can be set up in almost any room.

Room With a View

Could you work surrounded by windows? | japanesetrash.com

I don’t know if I could work surrounded by all those windows, but the room itself is amazing.

Artistic License

An art lover's home office. | japanesetrash.com

Simple but with a sense of luxury due to all of that wonderful art. I’m intrigued by the chair, too.

In the Library

Here's a workspace I could fall in love with. | japanesetrash.com

This is easily my favorite of them all; it just looks like a place where a lot could be accomplished.

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I don’t often focus on architecture (overtly) here, but seeing DOGBOX by Patch Work Architecture — a residence that has built by the architects in Whanganui, New Zealand — and loving the design and materials so much, I had to do a post that is nothing but this one structure. Both inside and out, the building uses space and materials to flow between intimate and expansive moments. There’s also a playfulness between what’s seen and what’s glimpsed and what’s only hinted at in silhouette that I find really appealing. I hope you like DOGBOX as much as I do.

A hero shot of the front elevation of DOGBOX by Patch Work Architecture. | japanesetrash.com

This terrific hero shot of the front elevation of the structure shows the elements and the interaction of outdoor/indoor so well.

Another nice view of the structure, aglow with interior light seen through translucent walls. | japanesetrash.com

Another nice view of the structure, aglow with interior light seen through translucent walls.

The open downstairs area, including functional niches that bring to mind Frank Lloyd Wright. | japanesetrash.com

The open downstairs area, including functional niches that bring to mind Frank Lloyd Wright. The entire back wall is poured concrete.

A playful silhouette shows through the twinwall polycarbonate panels that are used throughout. | japanesetrash.com

A playful silhouette shows through the twinwall polycarbonate panels that are used throughout the structure.

I've been a fan of the DOGBOX kitchen since the first time I saw it. | japanesetrash.com

I’ve been a fan of the DOGBOX kitchen since the first time I saw it. The simplicity and economy with which it’s fitted is very appealing.

A detail of the kitchen's main work counter. It's the simple, honest materials that appeal to me. | japanesetrash.com

A detail of the kitchen’s main work counter. Once again, it’s the simple, honest materials that appeal to me.

DOGBOX by Patch Work Architecture - work out space. | japanesetrash.com

I’m ready for a work out space like this.

A second-floor sleeping area. | japanesetrash.com

The open feeling extends to private spaces, like this second-floor sleeping area.

Even this simple wood storage cubby feels thoughtful. | japanesetrash.com

Even this simple wood storage cubby feels thoughtful.

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