Shared Home Office
A home office for two is often tight but with a bit of planning and compromise, it can be pulled off and look stunning. Get a sneak peek at the shared setup tours collection featuring side-by-side, face-to-face, and open space dual workstations accompanied by the real WFH folks' stories.
Shared Home Office in Troon, Scotland Paid Members Public
“We wanted to create a space that didn’t look too clinical, but with our own personality injected into it”
Maximalist, Japanese-Inspired Gaming Room: Parisian Chic Meets Otaku Culture Paid Members Public
“Instead of having two separate gaming setups, we wanted to optimise the space and have a large desk for both of us”
Minimal Workspace in Edinburgh, Scotland Paid Members Public
“Make sure you leave the damn house!”
Floor Chair & Desk Setup for Two in Singapore Paid Members Public
“Perhaps, the most striking feature of our setups is that we use floor desks and chairs”
Cosy Industrial Desk Setup in Saitama, Japan Paid Members Public
Roland’s workspace has an industrial aesthetic with metallic accents and hints of nature. This is a huge change from his previous workspace, which had a more chaotic and bright RGB theme.
Panoramic Home Office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Paid Members Public
“I have been working from home for 16 years now, and a proper digital nomad for 7 years”
45+ Real Shared Home Office Layouts That Are Both Functional and Stylish Paid Members Public
Sharing a home office can be quite challenging. The good news is that someone has already been there and worked out a solution.