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21 Office Wall Art Ideas

Our favorite 21 office wall art ideas to keep the workweek feeling fresh.

1. Little Reminders

Message art featuring inspiring quotes or turns of phrases to remind you of your daily "why" – what keeps you going day in and day out.

2. Smart Art

Small, smart art pieces let you have a bigger gallery and bigger style on a budget.

3. Swimmingly Good

Just keep swimming and you'll reach your goals (and if you need to be reminded of such, take a cue from a school of fish above).

4. Love What You Do

With bright bold pieces and every color of the rainbow, loving your work is a cinch.

5. Simple Sentiments

Simple colors on canvas leave more to the imagination, sparking ideas and inspiration.

6. Calm Space

When art is relaxed, so is the mind. Create a calm space of earthy tones and soft texture with a fabric tapestry.

7. Granduer

The possibilities are endless when your home office wall art is of buildings and the grand architecture within them: reflections of humanity's great accomplishments.

8. Still Moments

Slow time down with photographs of nature. Trees, water, celestial bodies turn a home workspace into an open-wide universe.

9. Boho Tendencies

Travel for work, right from home, with global-inspired wall decor and art.

10. Vintage Representations

Flashback to when you were a kid (think of the music, the games, the memories) – that's what you'll get with nostalgic office wall art.

11. Full Bloom

The season of flowers and songbirds doesnt have to end in June; keep it all year with fresh art.

12. Peace, Love and the Daily Grind

Make a daily WFH schedule a little less monotonous with groovy inspiration on the walls (and in your heart).

13. Ink Spell

Let the power of color cast its spell on you through vibrant patterns on canvas. Blotches and splotches of ink of nothing – and everything – hold new meanings every time you look at them.

14. Career-Minded

Stay true to your passion projects, and let canvas photography of people, places or things associated with your field be the vehicle. 

15. Play the Field

When it comes to your creativity, you don't limit yourself, so why limit your inspiration gallery? Utilize every inch of wall space to unfold art stories.

16. Contingincies

If you prefer, leave the wall directly above your desk blank for simplicity and focus; let the next wall over (still in your line of sight, but not overbearing) carry the inspiration.

17. Texturized

Left white and blank, a wall is blah. With accessories ranging from hanging art to decor, the same wall goes ahhh!

18. Living Office

The living room office should contain wall art that works for both purposes – working and relaxing. Find a calm balance with cool colors and abstract subjects.

19. All-Metal

An all-metal piece is technically more wall decor than wall art, but unusual designs and abstract lines make an artistic aspect hard to ignore.  

20. Lean In

Lean wall art on a desk for an up close and personal effect. (This way also spares your wall of nails or marks.)

21. More Color, Please!

Color is good, and in this office, the wall, plants and wall art create goodness all around.

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