Your design approach to a home office is not unlike any other room in the house. It should speak your visual language and evoke personality. But perhaps the most important thing to remember is the delicate dance between aesthetics and utility. A workspace should be designed to inspire and motivate you each day, but also grounded in practicality. Since so many of us have transitioned to home offices this past year, I compiled six tips to help you carve out a space that will be as functional as it is beautiful.