Recently find yourself the proud owner of a new home office? You’re in good company. Whether you’re working with a posh setup or makeshift dividers in a common living space, you need to spruce up your space with some home office art! The perfect selection of home office art can make all the difference when you’re trying to do your best work from the comfort… or chaos… of your home! Let’s check out some of our favorite styles!
Home Office Art for the Science Guy or Girl
Would some people call Periodic Table home office art nerdy? Sure. But some would call it absolutely awesome. We say, power to you. Art like this post’s featured image is a classy way to scratch that scientific itch, and there’s more where that came from. As Bill Nye the Science Guy once said, “Science Rules.” And no one knew this better than famous artist and scientist, Leonardo Da Vinci. We love this technical drawing of The Heart from Da Vinci’s collection of human anatomy art. It’s the perfect combination of beautiful and… well… nerdy. We’re geeking out.
Maps Art Leads the Way
Let’s be honest. Map art has always been popular. It’s geometric, yet artistic. It’s nostalgic, but not too nostalgic. Maps are a great way to remind you where you’ve been, where you are, or where you’re going. But if you’re looking for an interpretation of a city that’s a little less literal, we recommend these Grid Panels. They’re still hip to the map trend without hitting you with information overload.
Not afraid to get a little more detailed? We’ve got you covered there, too. Regional or worldwide maps come in so many different styles and colors, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for your brand of home office art. And let’s be real, when you’re stuck at home, it doesn’t hurt to remind yourself that the rest of the world is still out there.
Home Office Art from the Great Outdoors
You’re indoors, and you wish you were outdoors. Go ahead and pin that “I’d rather be fishing” bumper sticker up on your wall… and then get some natural home office art! Don’t be afraid to go all-in on some florals. These Dramatic White Flowers by Vision Studio are classy, but still give you that healthy dose of green.
The color green, as well as images from the natural world, can also be a great mood booster. If you find yourself feeling a bit sluggish during the at-home workday, consider greening up your workspace. Photos of natural landscapes can help too, specifically if you don’t have a great view outside your window. And if you’re one of those people who would rather be golfing than fishing, this framed art piece may be exactly what you need on the wall next to you.
Home Office Photography
Some people have great, original photography all over the house. But not everyone has a knack for the camera. Luckily, you don’t have to! Framed photography is available in a wide range of subjects and styles. And hey, who cares if you took the photo yourself? The only thing that matters is that you enjoy looking at it. Give your eyes a little vacation from the computer once in a while with some great photography on your home office wall.
You can also go for a more famous or recognizable piece if that’s your thing! Charles C. Ebbets’ Lunchtime Atop a Skyscraper is one we never get sick of seeing. Plus, you can feel like you’re taking your lunch break with the crew, even if you’re just sipping ramen noodles at home!
If you’re working from home, your home office art may be more important than you think. The images you surround yourself with have an impact on your motivation, your mood, and even your concentration levels. Treat yourself to some home office art that will really keep you going during that afternoon slump!