The Latest Trends in Home Office Design

The Latest Trends in Home Office Design - Beflo

With the recent transition to remote or hybrid work, many individuals are investing in high-end home office design to create a comfortable and productive workspace. Here are some of the latest trends in home office design, particularly in the higher end market.

Biophilic Design

A picture of two people playing music in a home office. One person is standing and playing the guitar, while the other person is sitting and playing the piano. The lights in the home office are dimmed and there is a laptop open on the desk. The atmosphere is relaxed and inviting.

This trend incorporates natural elements into the home office, such as plants, natural light, and water features. Studies have shown that biophilic design can improve productivity, reduce stress, and boost creativity.

For instance, a home office could double as a guest room, or as a space for yoga and meditation. Many designers are creating custom-made furniture that can be easily converted or adjusted to meet the needs of the user.  The Tenon adjustable desk was designed with flexibility in mind.  It can be used as a workspace during the day and a place where you can watch a movie or have a Zoom call with your friends at night.  

Sustainable Materials

Sustainable materials

There is a growing trend towards using sustainable materials in home office design. This includes using materials that are recycled, reclaimed, or made from renewable resources.

Another trend in high-end home office design is the use of sustainable materials. As the world becomes more environmentally conscious, people are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint. In home office design, this means using materials that are eco-friendly, such as reclaimed wood, bamboo, and cork. Sustainable materials not only help reduce environmental impact, but they also add an element of natural beauty to the workspace.  Beflo's distinctive Tenon desk features premium, long-lasting, and eco-friendly materials such as Walnut, Red Oak, or Grey Plywood. In contrast to our competitors who use soft honeycomb cardboard cores in their products, we prioritize sustainable practices and eschew low-quality, low-cost materials. Our commitment to creating elite home office products that endure the test of time is unwavering, while also remaining mindful of our increasingly delicate environment.


Minimalist workspace

The minimalist trend is all about reducing clutter and creating a space that is both calm and serene. This can be achieved by using simple furniture, neutral colors, and plenty of natural light. 

The Tenon’s accessories such as the Valley hanging desk shelf or the Dale desk pouch promote minimalism by providing many different spaces for storage.  The Tenon’s lines are sleek and smooth with color options that are neutral and can match any home office decor.  

Versatile Furniture

Natural light workspace

Versatile furniture is another popular trend in home office design. This type of furniture can be used for multiple purposes, which can help to save space. For example, a desk that can also be used as a dining table or a sofa that can also be used as a bed.

Smart Technology

Touch screen controlled stand desk

Smart technology is becoming increasingly popular in home office design. This includes devices such as smart speakers, smart lights, and smart thermostats. These devices can help to make the home office more efficient and comfortable.

The LINK OLED panel combined with the companion app allow the user to control their Tenon desk with a simple touch.  Embedded are lighting presets for different times of the day, a stand alert to promote wellness, and custom presets for the height of the desk.


Ergonomic desktop

Ergonomics is an essential aspect of high-end home office design. With people working from home for longer periods, there is a greater focus on creating a space that is comfortable and promotes good posture. Ergonomic design features adjustable desks and chairs that allow for proper alignment of the body, as well as customized lighting to reduce eye strain and fatigue.  The Tenon is adjustable from 29” to 47” allowing the user to create the perfect seating or standing environment.  Also, the beveled desktop edge provides comfort for the forearms and the wrists when working for longer periods of time versus the flat edge of other offerings in the market.

Personalized Design

Stand desk modular accessory

High-end home office design is increasingly becoming personalized. With the rise of remote work, people are looking for a space that reflects their individual style and personality. Custom-made furniture, unique artwork, and bespoke design elements can help create a workspace that is both functional and personalized.  Modularity is one of the key features of the Tenon.  Accessories are easily added to make the desk personalized to each individual’s needs.  From accessory management to storage, there is something for everyone.

Collaborative Spaces

video conference call

Collaborative spaces are another trend in high-end home office design. With remote work, there is still a need for collaboration and teamwork. High-end home office designs feature spaces that encourage collaboration, such as conference rooms or breakout areas. Collaborative spaces allow for remote team members to connect and communicate effectively.


Additional Tips

Here are some additional tips for creating a stylish and functional home office:

  • Choose a location that is quiet and free from distractions.
  • Make sure the space is well-lit.
  • Invest in comfortable furniture.
  • Add personal touches to make the space feel like your own.
  • Keep the space organized and tidy.

By following these tips, you can create a home office that you will love spending time in.

As trends in home office design change over time, what is important is that you can find a style that suits you.  Working in an environment that brings you aesthetic joy combined with functionality will result in the optimal working environment.  At Beflo, our goal is to make work feel less like work by designing products that help you get into the work flow and find your happiness.

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