There are more and more women deciding to work at home. Some do it full time, whole others for part time. Regardless of the time needed to work at home, women need to have a home office that would define not only their passion for the job, but also their femininity.
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Thus, when it comes to feminine home design ideas, careful planning is involved. The focus is on soft tones, relaxing hues, well-coordinated furniture pieces, comfortable chairs, and decorative pieces.
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The main focus of a feminine home office is the desk. It can be a simple standalone desk or it can be the L-shaped desk layout. For small home office space, the standalone is the better option as it does not require too much room and it makes the space look more spacious. An L-shaped desk will make a small space look crowded and a little suffocating.
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For the chair, the choices include the traditional office chair, ergonomic, padded stool, or comfortable high-backed. Some feminine home offices also have couches or ottomans for relaxation after a few hours of work. To complete the set up for a feminine home office floral wall paper, pastel coloured carpet, inspiring artwork and fresh flower arrangements are great additions.