14 Inspiring Workspaces by Scouted Interior Designers

Over the past two years, many people have come to regard at-home workspaces in an entirely new light. And whether your formally off-site office has taken up permanent residence in your personal abode or the start of a new year (and soon arrival of spring) have you assessing your personal desk, it’s a natural time to think about refreshing your at-home work area. For those seeking inspiration, we’ve round up 14 bright, modern, and refreshing rooms from scouted interior designers that expertly combine creativity, productivity, and personality. Be sure to click on the links to see more of each designer’s work, and to find a scouted design professional in your area, browse The Scout Guide Directory.

Photography by Venjhamin Reyes Photography.

A neutral palette and warm touches in this office designed by Carrie Brigham Design in Naples, Florida, make it feel both well edited and inviting.

Photography courtesy of Nashville JL Design.

Who wouldn’t feel inspired sitting in this sumptuous green study by JL Design in Nashville, Tennessee? See the rest of the project here.

Photography courtesy of Carla Royder Designs & Co.

A wall of windows, whimsical art, gorgeous greenery, and intriguing objects complete this beautifully designed space by Carla Royder Designs and Co. in San Antonio, Texas. See the rest of the project here.

Photography courtesy of Michele Johnson Interior Design.

A beautifully arched window and soft textiles create the perfect nook for a home office in this space by Michele Johnson Interior Design in Greenville, South Carolina. See the rest of the project here.

Photography courtesy of James Studio Interiors.

A sleek white, glass-topped desk, stunning credenza, and colorful cases add style and function in this workspace created by James Studio Interiors in Hingham, Massachusetts.

Photography courtesy of Julia Hetzel.

Julia Hetzel Interiors in Virginia Beach, Virginia, transformed a corner into the perfect office nook courtesy of a beautiful blue antique secretary. See the rest of the project here.

Photography courtesy of Whitney Schones Design.

The home office of designer Whiteny Schones of Whiteny Schones Design in San Antonio, Texas, shows the power of organization, expert shelf styling, and a well-placed pop of color.

Photography courtesy of Kaleidoscope Design.

Sleek lines and plenty of windows help create a chic yet calming feel in this office by Kaleidoscope Design in Denver, Colorado. See the rest of the project here.

Photography courtesy of Villa Vici.

A monochromatic palette allows the sculptural lines to shine in this space designed by Vikki Leftwich of Villa Vici in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Photography by Sélavie Photography.

Cheerful patterned wallpaper and hot pink baseboards converge in this funky and feminine workspace designed by Tara Felice Interiors in Memphis, Tennessee.

Photography by Shawn O’Connor Photography.

The office by Denver, Colorado-based Pamela Chelle Interior Design in a 2017 Designer Showhouse piques interest with dark walls, a colorful ceiling, and abstract art. See the rest of this project here.

Photography courtesy of Cindy Meador.

Orange Beach, Alabama-based designer Cindy Meador Interiors perfectly placed an art deco mirrored desk to give this sweet corner a shot of glam.

Photography courtesy of Land and Sky Interior Design.

Heather McKeown of Land and Sky Interior Design in Red Bank, New Jersey, created a thoroughly modern black-and-white area that could easily accommodate a laptop. See the rest of this project here.

Photography courtesy of Wilshire Closets.

Storage is key in this stylish and impeccably organized space designed by Beverly Ahlefeld of Wilshire Closets in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,