11 Creative Workspaces That Will Make You Finally Clean Your Office


Studies suggest that even subtle changes in the arrangement, design, lighting and the general “feel” of your environment can change your productivity levels and overall comfort.

More importantly, these studies justify the redecoration of my home office. And if you’re like me, your workspace is likely in for some spring cleaning and you could use a little inspiration.

Here are 11 offices (and their creative occupants) that I’m swooning over:

1.) Musical performer Charlotte Dos Santos’ creative space accommodates for her musical work and reflects her laid-back style.

Charlotte Dos Santos’ workspace

Dee for Black Girl Magik

2.) Artist Caro Arévalo’s space reflects her creative practice and the organic features of her work.

Caro Arévalo’s creative space


3.) As a creative coworking space, Broadspace PDX’s desks’ minimal design leave open room for plants galore.


4.) Blogger Valezrina Pham’s shared space with Josh Domingo is organized eye-candy.

Valezrina Pham and Josh Domingo’s working space

Valezrina Pham and Josh Domingo

5.) Based in Brooklyn, New York, New Women Space’s digs offer an open layout and spacious, breathable coworking spaces.


6.) Illustrator and designer Ana Seixas boasts a combination of prints and plant fixtures.

Mareike Antonia

7.) Photographer Kendall Hanna’s office is crisp, clean and sprinkled with intentional design elements.

Kendall Hanna

8.) Conceptual artist and photographer Elizabeth De La Piedra home office is a balanced combination of comfortable and creative.


9.) Creative Director at Alex Carter, Chelsey Carter’s shared studio space is industrial and bold.

Chelsey Carter in her shared space with Kendo Sawai

Bradley Murray

10.) Elaine Welteroth (former Editor-in-Chief at TeenVogue) just moved into a newly designed and chic-to-boot office with Cleo Wade.

Elaine Welteroth and Cleo Wade’s shared studio space


11.) Based in Austin, Texas, ceramicist Samantha Heligman’s studio space is perfect for production.

Samantha Heligman in her workspace




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