Revamp Your Office With These 9 Ideas For Decorating Your Photography Workspace

If you’ve got a drab office space, chances are that you feel uninspired and unmotivated to edit thousands of creative images for your clients. Instead of neglecting your office, take advantage of these 9 ideas to revamp your workspace, courtesy of our Photobug Community members.

Hairpin Legs

If you’ve ever wondered how to make a DIY table on the cheap, hairpin legs are the dream solution. Aside from being reasonably priced, these table legs add an industrial/modern feel to any space!

Office + Photo by Lynn Lewis

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Black and White Patterned Rugs

A uniquely patterned black and white rug can add a subtle pop of drama to an otherwise calm and tranquil space.

Office + Photo by Summer Leigha Ghantous

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Plants … all of the plants!

If you’re the kind of person who believes your true workspace is outside in the fresh air, then bringing the outdoors into your indoor office will help to make you feel right at home!

Office + Photo by The Wayfarers

Copper Accents

Copper is popping up everywhere, especially in office décor.

Office and Photo by Dan McCourt

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Retro Office Seating

Retro office seating can add charm to any workspace. You can even save some money on furniture costs by taking advantage of garage sale and thrift store finds.

Photo by Kayla Coleman Photography

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White Desks

For those who like clean work spaces, a white desk can bring simplicity and minimalism to your work environment. I painted my desk white last year and I love how it changed the whole look and feel of the space. You might be the most cluttered person ever, but somehow a white desk makes it all look a little better.

Office + Photo by Lynn Lewis

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Natural Light

Adding natural light to your office might be a no-brainer to some, but I have to include it in this list because it’s the cheapest way to improve your workspace set-up. It is so important to utilize window light when creating your workspace. Move your desk closer to a window, and I promise you’ll be so much more productive.

Office + Photo by Damien Milan

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Gallery Walls

Okay, gallery walls have been a thing for a long time, but they are still an easy way to not only showcase your photography work but to add some life to your walls.

Office + Photo by Kyle Wilson

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Minimalist Shelving

Bookcases and traditional shelves are great, but why not add a more modern approach to your space? Floating shelving, or what I’ll refer to as minimalist shelving can help you to highlight what is really important in your work/life, while also adding some functionality to your space.

Office + Photo by Nigel John

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Thanks to our Photobug Community members for contributing not only their imagery but their interior design skills, too! Interested in joining Photobug Community? Request to be a member of our Facebook group!


(3) comments

  1. That is a comfy yet stylish furniture. I also love the look of your blog it’s so fresh. :)I really need to get a comfy desk chair for my home office space this would really help complete my home office set up!

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