15 Home Offices Designed For Two People

These office spaces for two people are functional and modern in design.

 

Creating a functional work space within your home can be a hard task, especially when it’s an office for two. For inspiration to create your own, we’ve gathered 15 examples of shared home office spaces…


 

1. The light colored cabinets, shelves, and desk for two, is built into the wall of this modern office. Facing a large black framed window, this work space makes it hard not to day dream.


The light colored cabinets, shelves, and desk for two, is built-in to the wall of this modern office. Facing a large black framed window, this work space makes it hard not to day dream.

Matt Garcia Design completed this modern house in Austin, Texas. Photography by Casey Dunn

2. This bright white minimalist home office has a wood ceiling and floor, while a floating desk has enough room for two.


This bright white minimalist home office has a wood ceiling and floor, while a floating desk has enough room for two.

omb (office of mcfarlane biggar) renovated this post and beam house in Vancouver. Photography by Ema Peter Photography

3. Light and airy, this home office has easy access to outside via the patio door and ample room for multiple people work. Light wood is used on either side of the room for open shelving, storage and functional work space.


Light and airy, this home office has easy access to outside via the patio door and ample room for multiple people work. Light wood is used on either side of the room for open shelving, storage and functional work space.

AGUSHI Builders and David Watson Architect designed this inner city house in Australia. Interiors designed by Workroom Design. Photography by Armelle Habib.

4. White with black accents, this home office has large wrap around windows allowing natural light to pour in all day.


White with black accents, this modern home office has large wrap around windows allowing natural light to pour in all day.

Architect Sarah Waller designed this modern home overlooking a golf course. Photography by Paul Smith.

5. At the top of a flight of stairs, this home office has built-in shelves and cabinets providing excellent storage. The floating desk provides a shared work area and faces two individual windows that look outside.


At the top of a flight of stairs, this home office has built-in shelves and cabinets providing excellent storage. The floating desk provides a shared work area and faces two individual windows that look outside.

Brazilian architect Marina Breves completed the contemporary update to this home in London.

6. Almost entirely white, this office for two has a near floor-to-ceiling bookcase, and a set of stairs that lead to another room. The wood desk below the white framed window, matches the floor and stairs.


Almost entirely white, this office for two has a near floor-to-ceiling bookcase, and a set of stairs that lead to another room. The wood desk below the white framed window, matches the floor and stairs.

Abalos & Herreros designed this minimalist home on the outskirts of Madrid. Photos by José Hevia

7. A black desk built-in below the white shelves makes this small space a functional home office for two.


A black desk built-in below the white shelves makes this small space a functional home office for two.

Klopf Architecture together with homeowner and designer Tanja DiGrande, designed a contemporary addition to a house in California. Photography ©2015 Mariko Reed

8. A thin window above the large corner desk, along with yellow chairs and accents, brightens up this home office for two.


 A thin window above the large corner desk, along with yellow chairs and accents, brightens up this home office for two.

Nico van der Meulen Architects have designed this modern house in Pretoria, South Africa.

9. Corner desk space has been built-in below the large wrap around windows of this minimalist home office for two. The white and grey used in this room match the home decor throughout the house.


Corner desk space has been built-in below the large wrap around windows of this minimalist home office for two. The white and grey used in this room match the home decor throughout the house.

Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses designed this single-family home in West Vancouver, Canada.

10. In this home office built for two, wood shelving and long desk are on one side, while floating white shelves for books and decorative displays sit on the opposite wall.


In this home office built for two, wood shelving and long desk are on one side, while floating white shelves for books and decorative displays sit on the opposite wall.

Architect Fernanda Marques designed the Jaragua Residence in São Paulo, Brazil. Photography by Fernando Guerra.

11. Tucked in at the back of this living room, is a shared home office or homework station. For extra lighting, the built-in wood desk has white lights that hang above each work area.


Tucked in at the back of this living room, is a shared home office or homework station. For extra lighting, the built-in wood desk has white lights that hang above each work area.

DU Architecture designed this modern house in California. Photography by Brandon Arant.


12. Built-in shelves provide extra storage beside the desk for two in this home office. Soft lighting from above creates a perfect work environment in this space.


Built-in shelves provide extra storage beside the desk for two in this home office. Soft lighting from above creates a perfect work environment in this space.

See more ideas for desks in hallways, here. Designed by onside. Photography by Alfonso Calza.

13. The wood desk in this shared home office is placed below a wood framed chalkboard, and an opaque window that provides extra light when working.


The wood desk in this shared home office is placed below a wood framed chalkboard, and an opaque window that provides extra light when working.

Alts Design Office designed this modern home in Japan.

14. With enough room for two, this large desk sits below a small floating shelf with hidden lighting, while the long white hallway provides the perfect space for a tucked-away home office.


With enough room for two, this large desk sits below a small floating shelf with hidden lighting, while the long white hallway provides the perfect space for a tucked-away home office.

Architect Sarah Waller designed this modern home overlooking a golf course. Photography by Paul Smith.

15. In a room almost entirely of white, this shared desk is creatively tucked in below the roof line creating usable space for this home office.


In a room almost entirely of white, this shared desk is creatively tucked in below the roof line creating usable space for this home office.

la SHED designed this lakeside chalet in Quebec. Photography by Maxime Brouillet.

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