Check Out These 6 Singaporean Home Offices

Whether you’re working from home or bring home work, it pays to have a dedicated space in your house that’s solely for working in.

Updated on June 12, 2017 11:06 am

Camille Besinga


Wooden Contemporary by Living Gaia 

Comfy, upholstered armchairs make working from home a breeze. A fancy, eye-catching light fixture lends a touch of pro-looking glam.

HillCrest by Sky Creation

If you’re hankering for an industrial-style home office without the cold, clinical feel, go for a brick accent wall and an all-wood ceiling. 

4 Room Punggol Walk by Rezt & Relax Interior

It’s okay to mix and match different wood stains—so long as you group different stains in specific spots. Here, dark wooden walls are assigned to one side of the office, while light-coloured wood populate the other side.

The Beverly by Story of Us

Exposed cabinet units with dark-hued shelves stand out against lightly-coloured closets, which hide clutter and create a clean but interesting visual.

Chuan Hoe Avenue Cluster House by Space Vision Design Pte Ltd 

If you’ve got a spacious room to house your home office in, why not float your desk in the middle of the room? Shelves at the back may store your books, files, and other supplies, while a bay window seats clients or guests and lets them enjoy the view.

3 Room Kim Keat by Rezt & Relax Interior

Work and work out? Hey, if it, uh, works for you, then go ahead and share the space. Make your workout equipment “blend in” more with the space by adopting an industrial look—painted brick walls, dark stained wood and metal table, metal Tolix armchairs, and exposed electrical pipes.

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