Blue Office Ideas

Blue office ideas and inspo.

Are you designing a blue office and looking for inspiration? You’ve come to the right place. Spoak has all the interior design inspiration to get those creative juices flowing. Browse room designs, inspiration images and decor ideas or take our free room design tool for a spin below!

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Untitled designed by Jasmine Fitzgerald
UntitledDesigned by Jasmine Fitzgerald
DROOL designed by Spoak
DROOLDesigned by Spoak
Mood Board designed by Sam V
Mood BoardDesigned by Sam V
Basement Home Office designed by Natalie LaBonte
Basement Home OfficeDesigned by Natalie LaBonte
Untitled (copy) designed by Alivia Korsun
Untitled (copy)Designed by Alivia Korsun
110122 designed by Melanie Thomas
110122Designed by Melanie Thomas
Timeless Style Inspiration designed by Jessica Sergent
Timeless Style InspirationDesigned by Jessica Sergent
Office designed by Elliot Adair
OfficeDesigned by Elliot Adair
office room designed by Andrea Sanchez
office roomDesigned by Andrea Sanchez
Blue Vibes designed by Chelsea Branch
Blue VibesDesigned by Chelsea Branch
Lobby designed by Lauren Neuenhaus
LobbyDesigned by Lauren Neuenhaus
office designed by JULIE von Gremp
officeDesigned by JULIE von Gremp
Office #3 designed by Kerry Drapcho
Office #3Designed by Kerry Drapcho
adrians office designed by Brionna Harvin
adrians officeDesigned by Brionna Harvin
KC Office designed by Sabiha Shah
KC OfficeDesigned by Sabiha Shah
floral bath brand photo designed by eyeswoon interior therapy
floral bath brand photoDesigned by eyeswoon interior therapy
Untitled designed by Alexandra Gater
UntitledDesigned by Alexandra Gater
Office (Shekiaya) designed by Shekiaya Nyarko
Office (Shekiaya)Designed by Shekiaya Nyarko
Office designed by Karen Clare
OfficeDesigned by Karen Clare
built ins piano designed by Chrissy Likes
built ins pianoDesigned by Chrissy Likes
Office designed by Kristen Dominguez
OfficeDesigned by Kristen Dominguez
Office (View 2) designed by Kristen Dominguez
Office (View 2)Designed by Kristen Dominguez
Office designed by Alex Nye
OfficeDesigned by Alex Nye
Grant Office Mood Board designed by Marisa Bettencourt
Grant Office Mood BoardDesigned by Marisa Bettencourt

Design tips for decorating a blue style office

Here’s how to achieve the blue aesthetic room of your dreams.

What’s the best way to design and decorate a blue office?

The design of your workspace can be as crucial to your productivity as your morning cup of coffee. Whether you're carving out a corner in an open-concept living room or in the process of a remodel to create a dedicated office space, these are our tips to help you create a space that works (pun intended) for you:

  • Desk & Chair: The cornerstone of any office, your desk provides a designated workspace for your computer, monitor, books, and other essentials. It often serves as the focal point of an office or study, so place it where it best suits your workflow, ideally near natural light to boost mood and productivity.
  • Bookshelves or Storage: Every office needs storage. The material you choose for your storage can really help lean into the desired style of your workspace.
  • Seating: Extra seating options, like an accent armchair, or sofa can add a cozy touch and provide a spot for guests or a change of scenery for you. Position these to encourage conversation without disrupting your work zone.
  • Area Rug: An area rug adds warmth and can define a workspace within a larger room. Place it under your desk and chair to anchor the space, ensuring it's large enough to allow for easy chair movement.
  • Paint or Wallpaper: Select a color or pattern that sets the desired mood for the office and complements the style you want to achieve. We are partial to covering walls, ceilings, and trim in a uniform paint color to create a cohesive look. Or consider an accent wall behind the desk to serve as a focal point.
  • Decorative Lighting: Combine task, ambient, and accent lighting for a layered lighting scheme. A desk lamp is common for those late work nights burning the midnight oil. Consider the placement of lighting fixtures to eliminate shadows and evenly light the space. Dimmer switches can adjust the mood.
  • Curtains or Blinds: Window treatments not only help control the light and provide privacy but also serve to tie the room's design together. They offer an opportunity to inject color, texture, and pattern into the living space, making it more inviting and personalized. Whether flowing and sheer for a light, airy feel or rich and textured for a more luxurious look, curtains play a pivotal role in setting the tone and atmosphere of the office. Don’t forget the curtain rod!

Remember, the best office design is one that reflects your personal work style and needs. Experiment with different arrangements until you find the perfect balance of functionality and comfort. If you need an extra hand, check out our step-by-step guide on Home Office Design.

How do you decorate with blue?

If you want to make a bold statement with blue, consider painting the whole office (ceilings included) in a single shade of blue. No one regrets painting a office blue.

Decorating with blue can transform any space into a serene sanctuary or a dynamic cozy cocoon, depending on its shade and application. Lighter shades of blue like sky blue or baby blue can create a sense of openness and freshness and a soothing atmosphere, while darker shades like navy blue or royal blue can add depth, elegance, and sophistication.

Blue pairs beautifully with a range of colors. For a classic, crisp look, combine it with white or cream. For warmth, juxtapose blues against earth tones like sandy beiges or soft browns. For a more dynamic and contemporary color palette, consider coral or mustard (orange is the complementary color opposite blue on the color wheel), which provide a striking contrast and elevate the vibrancy of the space.

Don't shy away from mixing different shades of blue within the same space. Layering light and dark blues can create a sophisticated and dynamic aesthetic. This approach works well in spaces where you want to maintain a monochromatic scheme without it feeling flat or uninteresting.

Blue is often associated with the sea and the sky, making it a perfect choice for creating a coastal or beach-inspired room. Pair blue with white or sandy beige tones or incorporate nautical elements like striped patterns, seashells, or rope accents to enhance the coastal aesthetic.

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