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10 Dream Offices That Remind Us A Perfect Work Environment Does Exist (PHOTOS)

06/16/2014 05:42 pm ET | Updated Jun 16, 2014

From open-office floor plans to introvert-friendly setups, it seems like everyone is looking to find a perfectly productive place to work. But what if that space isn't somewhere out there in corporate America... what if that place is at home? While it's hard to believe that a place known as a "dream workplace" still exists, our friends at Porch.com are here to remind us of just that. From their creative energy-inducing accents to their soft, quiet-minded touches, these office-like environments don't just put cubicles everywhere to shame, they make us want to work from home every. single. day.

  • A seat by the window is always a good idea...
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  • House on the Flat by Siemasko + Verbridge
  • ...as are light-reflecting metallics.
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  • Legacy House by Opal Design Group
  • Calm, clean spaces let the creativity flow.
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  • Greenwich Project by Foley & Cox Interiors
  • And lush, cozy touches put the mind at ease.
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  • 21st Century Bungalow by The Inman Group
  • Even the trickiest spaces can become the chicest of offices.
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  • Condo Remodel by Wentworth, Inc.
  • A larger-than-life mural is the perfect stand-in for a great view.
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  • Coconut Grove by Errez Design
  • Softly draped windows create a quiet place to think.
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  • Ritz Penthouse by Sojo Design
  • And a pop of art is the perfect piece of inspiration.
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  • Bayside Penthouse by Sojo Design
  • Sometimes monochromatic minimalism is what really brings an office to life...
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  • Palm Springs Suite by NB Design Group, Inc
  • ...though other times it's all about the bold accents and bright hues.
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  • Los Altos Residence by Miller Design Co.

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