Linus Torvald home office revealed to the world. It looks like the average home office: tech-focused, bare and cluttered. (In case you are like me and need an introduction, Linus Torvald is the developer of Linux software, an open-source program challenging Microsoft’s world domination.) Pride of place in the office is Torvald’s new treadmill desk. There’s more. Click here.
Home Office Design Ideas
Get tips and ideas on how to set-up and design your home office for productivity, comfort and style. Here you will find the best choices for you, your work life and your work space.
Sometimes I Find the Best Design Ideas for Home Office Book Shelves by Looking at Homes and Offices Before Technology. Years ago I was enamored of the charming home interiors of 19th Century Swedish artist Carl Larsson. He and his artist wife, Karin, made their simple home welcoming and unique with hand-painted and hand-woven interior There’s more. Click here.
In recent articles I have been encouraging you to use home office design tips to personalize, energize and inspire yourself with artwork in your home office. Selecting your art is one thing; hanging it can be quite another. Doing a good job of hanging a print or photo requires more than a hammer – you There’s more. Click here.
A bare and boring home office is an unproductive office. Home office decorating with your favorite art and photos creates a happy and productive office. If you want to change-up your home office decorating easily and don’t want a wall full of nail holes the solution is a sleek and simple cable wire hanging system. There’s more. Click here.
NEVER take home office decoration too seriously. The matchy-poo The over-thought The over-decorated. In your home office you can express yourself more than in a corporate office. Express your personality (home office set up: art first furniture second). Have fun with whimsy. Go BIG Sometimes you need something in your home office to perk yourself There’s more. Click here.