Home Offices Ideas from Huelsta

Home Offices Ideas from Huelsta

More and more people these days simply use the Internet to connect with their business partners, so working at home is becoming quite a trend. Sure, waking up in the morning, switching on your laptop without getting out of bed and start working  is an option, but in time you will definitely feel the need for a work station now and then. Here is where we come in. These home offices come from Huelsta, a company with a successful history that built its brand on quality. All the items in the images can be purchased independently also, but we think that combining them has a greater result. If you don’t trust us, below you have the proof. -via Decoist


  • Gourmet Candles October 3, 2009 at 13:19 PMLogin to Reply →

    I love this decor and thanks for sharing your photos of it. It will give me some fresh ideas.

  • Carpet Cleaning Edinburgh October 4, 2009 at 02:15 AMLogin to Reply →

    very nice! very modern and clean lines!

  • pasha October 5, 2009 at 05:25 AMLogin to Reply →

    Hi. Fully agree with tem, that work in houses requires a cabinet, that it is possible it was quietly to work and nobody and nothing prevented. This furniture well gormoniruet with a comfort and calmness.

  • Park West Gallery October 5, 2009 at 18:09 PMLogin to Reply →

    The home offices shown above are beautiful. I love how artwork was incorporated into the designs because artwork adds the finishing touch to a space while providing visual interest and conveying something about the owner.

  • brightwall October 7, 2009 at 08:20 AMLogin to Reply →

    That shown above is pragmatic and minimal.
    I love this decor trend.
    very nice! ^^!

  • James October 8, 2009 at 01:44 AMLogin to Reply →

    My home office is a small cubicle that we carved out of a corner of another room. It’s functional, but wasn’t very inspiring when it came to “decor.” My wife got some vinyl wall decals from http://www.wallslicks.com, and turned this plain office into a real looker! The decals were inexpensive, easy to apply, and the matte finish made them look like they’d been painted on the wall by a professional.