Modern home offices are varied. Some of us use our kitchen tables, dedicated home offices, or even our beds to be our offices. Here we show some great solutions.

An office nook and library can participate in the open plan or disappear behind pocket doors.
Allied Maker offers lights with six different brass finishes, which they refer to as "honest patinas."
"I want my pieces to encourage human relationships and socialization,
Klari at work in her studio.
2. Prepare the Mold: Ndiaye Mamadou wipes the inside of the mold with oil—a release agent—and then seals it with     several metal pins that clamp the mold in place.
Although Foscarini had  originally estimated a production run of 2,000 Aplomb pendants per year, Crea  now produces some 2,000 per month, making it one  of Foscarini’s top-selling  products. The fixture, which is available in six colors, including natural gray, retails starting at about $700.
Agustín Hernandez's home office.
The 1950s desk in the office is from the original house; the chair is by Aksel, a Norwegian furniture company. Sævik designed the pencil holder.
A Mash Studio Wall-Mounted desk offers a place to study. The rug is from One King’s Lane and a SoCo Modern Socket pendant illuminates the room.
An installation by Willem Cole hangs in the gallery, which leads to an open stairway to the office and private bedrooms upstairs.
In most of the loft, the original wood flooring and the herringbone pattern of the vaulted brick ceiling have been carefully preserved.
“The third floor was a brilliant second or rather third conversation that D’Arcy sketched out in minutes,” Waddell says of the playroom-office.
The couple's firm specializes in illustration and photography for the advertising industry. The framed art is by Anthony Burrill and the wall calendar is the work of Crispin Finn. The Ikea office table is ringed by Fritz Hansen Butterfly Chairs and Herman Miller Aeron Chairs. The lighting is by Artemide.
Everything from lighting to curtains to video and audio can be controlled from a smartphone, enhancing the loft’s sense of effortless elegance.
New York–based design and manufacturing studio Allied Maker was started by Ryan Rizzo in 2012, operating out of a garage woodworking studio on Long Island. A year later, then-neighbor Lanette entered the picture, and the new couple and creative duo went on the build the dynamic studio we know today.
Creekside Residence
Outfitted with Pollock desk chairs and a marble-topped conference table by Knoll, the office in Monory’s French farmhouse pays homage to international design. The Tizio task lamp is by Richard Sapper for Artemide, and the leaning John Ild bookshelf was designed by Philippe Starck for Disform in 1977.