Your home office is the place you brainstorm, collaborate, and work on important projects. A Mid Century home office mixes comfort with elegance to create a pleasant workspace. In addition to feeling comfortable, your home office should also be a place that helps you to feel ready to face the workday. One idea is to create a feng shui home office layout.

Feng Shui is Chinese geomancy that uses energy forces to bring harmony to people and their environment. The energy you create in your home office can increase your productivity. Taking the time to create a home office with feng shui is worth it. Because you are creating a space that motivates you to do your best work.

Feng Shui Home Office Layout Samples

Mid-Century Home Office Layout with Feng Shui

We offer several feng shui home office layout samples to help you find the best arrangement for your space. You can use them as inspiration or mirror the layouts completely. Our samples are designed for a 12-foot by 16-foot rectangular layout, so they include a living room-inspired lounge and home office. To help you get started on your space, we are going to share two of our four home office layout samples.

Home Office Layout #1

The first layout features the couch, floor lamp, coffee table and chair near the door, as well as an area rug under the coffee table. You can use two bookshelves as a separator, with the first half being a lounge for yourself or guests. On the other side of the separator is your home office, which includes your desk and office chair, as well as another chair on the other side of the desk. Your greenery is several feet from your desk, next to your bookshelves.

Home Office Layout #2

In the second layout, you can find the couch and coffee table near the door, as well as a chair and lamp on the other side of the coffee table. While you are not using bookshelves as a separator, you are still arranging your home office in the same area as the previous layout. It includes your desk and office chair, with another chair and an end table on the other side of the desk. You can find an area rug under the furniture. The bookshelves are arranged several feet behind your office chair.

The greenery and open bookshelves create a peaceful, airy home office.
Also, it is a great way to add positive energy to your space.

Mid-Century modern home office furniture mood board.

Furniture For Your Mid-Century Home Office

The first thing you want to do is choose the furniture and decor for your Mid Century home office. Our furniture mood board includes the following pieces:

You can easily create a feng shui home office layout in your Mid Century home office by keeping the above tips and ideas in mind.