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String Lights In Home Offices

Fairy lights are amazing: diverse, easy to mix, simple and stylish, and very budget friendly. I bet there is an option for every space and style, and they’ll easily fit into a minimalist space too. We keep sharing ideas on how to use them throughout your home, and today’s roundup is about home offices.

Fairy lights and home offices go perfectly together: a home office or work area receives more light (which is necessary for reading and working), a more inviting ambience and highlights here and there. With fairy lights you can avoid other light sources, they can be sufficient or emphasize some parts or rooms here. Let’s look at examples.

Pin boards

One of the most popular and cool ideas is to cover your pin board or notice board with fairy lights. That way you’ll accentuate them even more and inspire you better. They come in all kinds of shapes and colors so it’s easy to find what to use for your own space. You also bring more light into the work area. The simplest idea of ​​putting up fairy lights is to secure them with a lattice board, which is a trending piece right now. Of course, you can put lights on any board you want.

Above the desk

The best idea is to hang fairy lights above the desk – higher or lower, it’s up to you or just vertically in the corner. This is a great way to brighten up your work area, add some light, and create a cozy and inviting atmosphere so that you can feel more inspired to work or study. You can hang the lights on one or both sides of the desk, or over the window if the desk is next to it. Try different options!

shelves

If there are some shelves, you can hang the lights on them – to make the display stand out or to illuminate the desk in more detail. It’s a great idea and very easy to make – it doesn’t take time to put the lights anywhere.

Other ideas

Hang up the fairy lights to visually separate the work area from other areas. Hang them on a mirror or door next to your room for more light, but not directly in the work area, right around it. Put the lights right on the desk to feel like you’re in a magical garden. Enjoy!

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