Here is your dose of the most fun and interesting home office setup ideas for creative folks out there. Whether you are a writer, an artist, a student, or just a person with a soul that longs for beauty, we hope this list will help you carve out the home office of your dreams.

And if any of these setups do speak to you on a personal level, let us know in the comments so we can all get excited with you!

Pink Positive

Starting every workday on a positive note is not an easy fit. But if something can get you in a good mood it’s going to be a fur chair and a balloon dog. If you’re looking for a fun dorm room desk setup or need a home office that doesn’t look stifling, give this mix a go.

As we’ve talked before, warm bright colors – especially pink – are “in” this year. This small home office setup follows this trend to a “T”.

This is one of those home office setup ideas that is a perfect combination of fun and delicate. And we’re pretty sure it will make the most boring work feel a bit more exciting.

Get the look here:

1. Balloon dog art by Latitude Run
2. Desk file organizer kit by U Brands
3. Fur office chair by Bungalow Rose
4. Desk lamp by Turn On The Brights
5. Writing desk by Andover Mills

Green & Black

This home office setup gives out a more professional feel thanks to the straight and clean lines of the desk and chair duo. Add to that the timeless combination of black and green colors, and you’ve got yourself a gorgeous office space.

The golden accents help brighten up the setting and give light something to bounce off of. And, of course, every office needs a touch of personality hence the addition of playful art prints.

The black desk and chair can make the interior feel a bit heavy. So we’ve added a set of hanging planters to shift the balance up. Plus, they’re cut and we couldn’t help ourselves.

Get the look here:

1. Corkboard art card frame by IKEA
2. 5-in-1 desk organizer set by Rebrilliant
3. VAXBO art cards by IKEA
4. Hanging sloth planters by MrsBiscuitArt
5. Writing desk and chair set by Techni Mobili

Nordic Morning

With modern furniture and a touch of Scandinavian aesthetic, this is a perfect minimalist home office setup. The color scheme relies heavily on gray with various bright accents, striking an ideal balance between serious and lighthearted.

Special shoutout to the washable storage bags. Unique in their presentation, these bags are water and abrasion resistant while still looking like fancy paper bags. You can use them for storage or as plant covers. Whatever you decide, we bet you’ll fall in love with them just as quickly as we did.

Get the look here:

1. Hot air balloons art by NordicOcean
2. Marble desk lamp by Orren Ellis
3. Washable paper baskets by WarmGreyCompany
4. Espresso teal desk by Zipcode Design
5. Upholstered desk chair by Langley Street

Always Sunny

This was supposed to be an office setup inspired by spring and sunny weather. But then we saw one of the greatest paintings of all time with Danny DeVito portraying Frank Reynolds portraying Ango Gobloggian and we just couldn’t help ourselves.

Playful and fun, this home office setup has a special kind of energy. It combines different aesthetics and colors that somehow manage to work perfectly together.

It’s crazy, ridiculous, fun, and chaotic, and it still works. So if your goal is to spark creativity, this home office will do a fantastic job.

Get the look here: 

1. Danny DeVito Art Print by DrunkGirlDesigns
2. Green Desk Lamp by Turn On The Brights
3. Yellow Office Chair by Langley Street
4. MICKE writing desk by IKEA

5. Star mousepad by Ohio Design Space

Peculiar State

This is one of those home office setup ideas that reads like a love letter to the peculiar and extraordinary.  Every design is unique, from the minimalist desk and chair duo to the awesome Caesar pencil holder.

A special shoutout goes to the unique bookshelf that has your favorite books hanging on display. So if you want your home office to “pop” while also freeing space on the desk, this piece is the bookshelf for the job.

And, of course, no homage to the odd would be complete without a touch of Salvador Dali, so there’s that.

Get the look here:

1. Hanging industrial lamp by Mabrillo
2. Hanging books bookshelf by AGUSTAV
3. Salvador Dali Macbook cover by Case Universe
4. Desk and chair set by Laurel Foundry Modern Farmhouse
5. Caesar pencil holder by Redrook 3D