Even superstars work from home now and again. Granted, there spaces tend to be a little more stylish than ours. But still, there’s a lot we can learn from the well-known names who occasionally log on from the home office. Here, Pottery Barn’s design guru Courtney Lake guides us through some of the home offices of the stars.
Neil Gaiman and Ellen Degeneres. Not exactly two peas in a pod, are they? At least, not at first sight. But on closer inspection, both know how important an inspirational study space is when it comes to working from home. Whether it’s working on a new set of short stories or prepping for a big-ticket interview, both Gaiman and Degeneres are among a host of well-known names who work from home.You probably work from home too, at least some of the time, or maybe you live with someone who does. In the US, the average worker telecommutes 2 days a month, with most saying they find it just as productive as they would if they were in the office.You don’t have to be a big name to work from home, but there is one thing these famous faces can tell us – how to craft a beautiful study space that’s conducive to productivity.
The team at Pottery Barn have developed an infographic looking at celebrities who work from home, and what their styles can tell us about our working spaces. Let’s take a look at a few fantastic examples.
Working from home style: Big and beautiful.
Degeneres’ home office is expansive, stylish and all about statements: a statement office desk and statement cabinet work to create a bold style that’s all about getting things done. With a pinch of zen.