The Home Office, Fully Framed

The Home Office, Fully Framed

Anthony Nguyen
Aug 29, 2011

There's plenty of ways to dress up a home office. Wallpaper. Inspiration boards. However, one of our personal favs has to be the ocean of frames approach, as shown above executed by the always fashionable, Kate Spade. That is, create texture using framed art, organized neatly from floor to ceiling until you cannot add another piece to it. More inspirational shots, after the jump.

Get experimental, and don't stop at just frames. Mix and match color and even introduce physical pieces that really give the home office the "pop" that it's looking for.

If you're a minimalist or renting, you can still work the look by either using adhesives or organizing the art in a way that lines up with your architectural elements or furniture pieces. Remember, it's your working space and it deserves your personal touch!

What do you think of the oceanic framed art look?

(Images: Kate Spade Pop-Up "Apartment" home office in London via,,

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