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Interior Design

Get inspired to work with these AI offices of famous fictional characters

With the use of AI, the remote working experts at Workabout discovered what each of these famous character’s personal offices would look like.

With the new flexible working regulation, giving you the right to request flexible work, it’s more important than ever to think about your own workspace. Using their expertise, they also give tips on how you can incorporate each of these office’s most defining features into your own space.

  1. Frodo Baggins


Frodo's office, nestled in the heart of the Shire, offers a view of trees and hills outside his window. Bathed in soft, natural light from expansive windows, no additional light is needed, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. His office is decorated with elegant dark wood furnishings and floor-to-ceiling bookcases filled with his favourite books.


Mementos from his travels are scattered throughout, serving as reminders of his adventures. The singing of birds and the breeze drifting through the open window boost his productivity, creating a place where Frodo can immerse himself in his work.


Decor Tip:

To create a workspace inspired by Frodo's office, position your desk near a window to maximise natural light, and add plants for aesthetics and improved air quality. Make sure to scatter pictures or keepsakes of your own travels to show off your sense of adventure.

2. Wednesday Addams


Wednesday's office resides within the eerieAddams Family mansion, strategically isolated from distractions, people, and the noise of the outside world. Embraced by the mansion's dark and gothic ambiance, Wednesday finds solace in solitude, enjoying the eerie tranquillity that fuels her productivity.


She would be against modern office equipment, so on top of her desk sits a vintage typewriter, where she writes her future novels. Minimal lighting accentuates the room's mysterious ambiance, complemented by a collection of creepy artefacts, which she collects, scattered throughout. Spooky paintings decorate the walls, while antique furniture in dark tones completes the moody aesthetic. As she works, ominous sounds like bats flying and creaky floorboards surround her.


Decor tip:

To emulate Wednesday's workspace in your own home, designate a secluded area where you can minimise distractions. Personalise your space with meaningful artwork or vintage items, like a typewriter, and use dark tones to decorate throughout.

3. Barbie

In the heart of Barbieland, Barbie's office is a pink sanctuary. Modern furnishings and girly decorations are everywhere, showcasing her unique style. On top of her desk sits a top-of-the-line computer and chic office accessories in rose gold and pink. Bright lighting fills the space, courtesy of ceiling lights and floor-to-ceiling windows, ensuring optimal working conditions.


As the perfect hostess, Barbie incorporates a pink coffee corner, inviting colleagues and guests to relax and connect in her stylish workspace. Barbie even includes a space to host Ken, who happily joins her after a long day at his job, beach.


Decor Tip:

To incorporate Barbie’s office into your own space, invest in quality office equipment, pops of feminine colours and bright lighting. Set up a hospitality area for breaks, and designate a collaboration zone for meetings.

4. Darth Vader

Darth Vader's office space within the Death Star mirrors his commanding personality, featuring a dark ambiance and high-tech equipment essential for galactic rule. Overlooking different planets and stars, the space offers him a panoramic view of his reign.

Furnished with sleek, minimalist pieces and devoid of decorations, the office is scattered with equipment, emitting futuristic sounds that add to the atmosphere. Solitary and intimidating, it is a space not meant for guests, reflecting Vader's preference for solitude and dominance.

Decor Tip:

Remote workers can achieve this by using dark colours, investing in high-tech equipment for productivity, and opting for sleek and minimalist furniture to minimise distractions.

5. Jack Sparrow

Jack Sparrow's office is an eclectic paradise, decorated with warm wood accents and trinkets collected from his travels. Illumination within the office is kept to a minimum, with the soft glow of candlelight casting shadows. Along the walls, weathered maps and fishing equipment serve as both practical tools of navigation and decorative pieces, hinting at the captain's connection to the sea.


True to Jack's quirky personality, the office is full of unconventional touches and repurposed treasures. Rum barrels serve as seats and makeshift fabric transforms into a hammock.


Decor Tip:

Incorporate Captain Jack Sparrow’s aesthetic by designating a "fun corner" in your office with books and games. Create a cosy nook for relaxation with furniture that makes you feel at your best (hammocks and hanging chairs can be a great option for this). Upcycled furniture can also add an extra element of fun and creativity to the space.

6. Paul Atrerides

Paul Atreides' office is the definition of minimalism, inspired by the sleek and futuristic aesthetics of the film Dune. Stripped of decorative elements, the space prioritises functionality while showcasing high-tech equipment. The layout is designed for efficiency, featuring a stone desk as Paul's command centre and ample seating for visitors. Every detail pays homage to Arrakis' cultural heritage.


Decor Tip:

To bring elements of Paul Atreides' minimalist office into your home workspace, you can focus on sleek design, high-tech equipment, efficient layout, natural elements, and minimalist decor. You can integrate your own cultural touches to truly personalise your space.

7. Willy Wonka

Willy Wonka’s office, located within his chocolate factory, would be a whimsical space, reflecting his quirky personality. Vibrant plants and unusual furniture would decorate the room, while brightly coloured features and uniquely shaped windows fill the room with sunlight.


Despite its whimsical appearance, the office would boast cutting-edge technology and amazing gadgets, such as chocolate-making machines and flavour-testing laboratories. The tantalising scent of chocolate from the nearby river would create constant cravings, while the sound of the Oompa Loompas adds to the bustling energy.


Decor Tip:

To take inspiration from Wonka’s workspace, use playful decor like colourful furniture and vibrant plants, alongside unique features such as unconventional seating and wall decor or quirky architectural elements.

8. Daenerys Targaryen

Daenerys’ office would include everything she needs to rule the seven kingdoms. Opulent furnishings, including luxurious sofas, armchairs, and ornate wooden desks, allow for comfort and productivity to be at the heart of the space. Massive castle windows offer panoramic views of the realm, allowing Daenerys to survey her people and dragons.


Inspired by her travels across Essos and encounters with diverse cultures, the office showcases a mix of decor elements, from Dothraki rugs to Westerosi artwork. Dark woods and muted tones are seen throughout the mediaeval-inspired aesthetic. Designed for efficiency and functionality, the office features a grand desk at its heart, surrounded by seating areas for formal meetings.


Decor Tip:

Incorporate the Targaryen allure into your own space by embracing a mediaeval aesthetic with dark woods, stone or marble surfaces, muted tones, and intricate detailing.

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