INTERIOR DESIGN OF A STUDY/HOME OFFICE | An Architect Explains
Whether you have a dedicated home office room or you’re hoping to create a work or hobby area in your home, a study space should be a functional area that’s organized, fun and above all, practical. Size is not as important as good organization and tidiness. Choose a desk that offers plenty of space to spread out your books, then add fun personalized accents that reflect your style.
Listed here under the following headings, are some of the Guidelines for the Interior design of a Study/Home offfice. As an Architect, I have explained each of these guidelines under the following headings:
Vastu for Bathrooms
HOME OFFICE DESIGN: Since a study is an intimate, personalised space, it should be designed with specific individual needs in mind. Read about it here.
VAASTU FOR HOME OFFICE: The ancient Indian building science, Vastu Shastra lays down guidelines on the ideal location and design of study rooms and home offices. These guidelines are based on scientific reasoning and have been explained here. If it interests you, these Vastu guidelines can be implemented in the design of your Home Office.
- Interior Design of A Bathroom
- Interior Design of A Bedroom
- Interior Design of A Living Room
- Interior Design of A Kitchens
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