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Small office layouts and floor plan ideas.

Planning to update your office and looking for layout inspo? Then you’ve come to the right place. We make creating floor plans fun, fast, and easy. Take our free office layout tool for a spin below!

Office Layout designed by Taylor Carraway
Office LayoutDesigned by Taylor Carraway
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Office PlanDesigned by Rachel Pecoy
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Office PlanDesigned by Bryana Cozart
Office Floor Plan designed by Margeaux Greene
Office Floor PlanDesigned by Margeaux Greene
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Office Floor PlanDesigned by Tess Payne
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Office LayoutDesigned by Rebekah Hernandez
Small Office Plan designed by Lindsey Halloran
Small Office PlanDesigned by Lindsey Halloran
Small Office Plan designed by Angie Pate-Stafford
Small Office PlanDesigned by Angie Pate-Stafford
Small Office Layout designed by Selina Scharr
Small Office LayoutDesigned by Selina Scharr

Layout tips for a functional and designer approved office.

The arrangement 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 creating a dedicated office space, these are our tips to help you create a space that works (pun intended) for you.

These are some of the most common office furniture pieces that you’ll need to account for on your floor plan with tips on the best ways to arrange them in your space:

  1. 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.
  2. Bookshelves or Storage: Every office needs storage. Standard bookshelf depth is 12”.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.

Remember, the best office layout 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 How To Design a Room.

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