If you’re looking for a home office house plan (sometimes written "house plan with home office" or "house layout with home office"), that probably means you work from home—either full or part-time. And, guess what? You’re not alone! As the ability to communicate and complete work online grows, so too does the popularity of home office house plans. Why? Because having a secluded (hopefully, quiet) space to do your work is necessary. No one enjoys leading a conference call at the kitchen counter as the kids argue over who gets to eat the last waffle. Likewise, no one wants a good movie or compelling book to be interrupted by a loud-typing spouse. Simply put--people who work need space to work!
As you browse the below collection, you'll notice some house plans don't specifically reference an "office," but do reference a den, study, flex space, or library. This is because these types of rooms can be used as all of the above. In fact, some home plans in the collection below even feature an office (or den, study, flex space, or library) with a closet—making the space that much easier to turn into an extra bedroom in the future.