432,287 WorkArea Home Design Photos

Boor Bridges Architecture
farmhouse kitchen
Ideabooks5,581
Questions13
make upstairs bedroom a work room
hazardous areas you might overlook. Even newborns are subject to certain risks, so many people choose to call in a childproofer before baby arrives. Child safety becomes a must once kids are mobile, beginning to roll, crawl and pull up.
6. Keep kids out of work areas. A construction area is dangerous
6. Keep your kids out of work areasA construction area is dangerous for children; power tools, hazardous materials, sharp nails and saws, not to mention exposed electrical work and more. The primary contractor must determine what’s necessary for external
dangerous for children — power tools, hazardous materials, sharp nails and saws, not to mention exposed electrical work and more. Put up child safety gates at every entrance surrounding the work area, and make sure everyone on the remodeling team knows to keep them closed. Kids are curious, so even with the
“Floor” — nm_jee
Steven Stilwell Construction Inc.
4 Reviews
North of L.A. One of a Kind
Ideabooks3,404
Questions3
Beam were standard doug fir and the painter worked hard at the job site to give them that look.
LOVE the multiple work spaces against one wall
living and working space in one
Sarah, I like this set up in which there is lots of desk space. The floating shelves allow for a long workspace. I like a brown wood work surface and white cabinetry
a desk area like this one, consider the pros and cons. A work area is terrific for keeping a watchful eye on your family's Internet usage, but if this is your only room to relax in, you may want to pass. Tip: Be mindful of sun glare on computer screens when designing a work area. Test the area with a
“perfect and big!” — fadickey
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks17,249
Questions4
Create more of a floating, one piece desk for the desk area.
love the built in storage over the work station. we would need to double this space.
Clean nice work area Nice colors and contrast
simple work suface going across one wall, with one shelf across the top for books and things, and lighting coming from under it to illuminate the work surface.
Here a work area is set up along a far wall in a small space, where perhaps a chair would have been placed instead, angled towards the sofa. I suspect this office gets more use than a chair would have. The track lighting, installed hovering above the work area, ensures proper task lighting
This designer cleverly borrowed a wall in a living room to create a beautiful work area.
“shelves” — kenomy
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Palma Plaza
Ideabooks21,181
Questions6
Hide away desk area.. Love it
opening leading to this understair work area. This visual cue makes the change in zoning apparent as you enter and leave.More: Step Back: How to Use the Space Under Your Stairs
Plan aheadAt the end of the day, dedicate some time to setting up the next day’s work so that you can maximise your efficiency
A dark band defines the wall opening leading to this understair work area. This visual cue makes the change in zoning apparent as you enter and leave.
Mix work and playThis, admittedly decent-sized, under-stairs space is home to an office and cupboards big enough to store coats, sports equipment and cleaning paraphernalia. Tucking the office shelves out
loud and proud about the extra room you’ve created at home. A dark band around the entrance defines the office zone, providing a visual cue for the work to begin. With your home office on display, choose to tuck your storage into the riser to keep any clutter out of sight.
“Nook” — jcmutimer
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Arts Crafts Kitchen
Ideabooks9,001
Questions10
Might work if reflects or repeats backsplash .
wouldn't work in a small kitchen like mine.
love the dark green tiles-works with the
the Victorian kitchen. Instead of being a place to eat, it sat in the center of the room as the main work area. It isn't too surprising that work islands are so popular today — the ease of working in the center of a room and retrieving items stored around the edges comes from Victorian homes. Choose
units to break up uniformity and make the table stand out as the work area.
Taller kitchen tables are also great for narrow spaces. A slender table like the one shown here doesn't take up too much space but allows ample room to work. If you wanted to sneak in a bit of extra storage, you could track
“Glass doors and open pullout shelves” — landlcamp
Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
Ideabooks11,486
Questions17
My mom wants light countertops and medium wood so, this works
don't like the cabinetry color choice - but the white table and seating area is nice
Stools (dark legs work if fabric matches counter)
breakfast area at the end of island
main working area. If you're considering an island as your main gathering spot, be aware of the intersection between work areas and guest hangouts. The cook should be able to work efficiently and unhindered even with friends hanging out during final prep time. In this kitchen, the seating area is moved
moved to one end of the kitchen, opposite of the working end, allowing both areas plenty of space to function properly.
“leather stools” — dalgaard
Platform 5 Architects
Shoffice
Ideabooks663
Questions0
Curling in upon itself like a giant wood shaving, the shoffice features an enclosed work area on one side and a small
small garden storage area on the other. A tongue-like protrusion in front serves as a base for the structure and a playspace for the owner’s children.
wanted a curvilinear form,” says Michell. Curling in upon itself like a giant wood shaving, the shoffice features an enclosed work area on one side and a small garden storage area on the other. A tongue-like protrusion in front serves as a base for the structure and a playspace for the owner’s children
wanted a curvilinear form,’ says Michell. Curling in upon itself like a giant wood shaving, the shoffice features an enclosed work area on one side and a small garden storage area on the other. A tongue-like protrusion in front serves as a base for the structure and a play space for the owner’s children
“What an office space!” — Tom Flanagan
3rdSpace
Garden room
Ideabooks377
Questions0
your overall productivity within your work area.Allocating a distinct workspace sets the foundation for a productive home office.We want to hear from you: How do you distinguish your home office from the rest of your home?More: What My Kids Have Taught Me About Working From Home
strategy can be extremely powerful, and can affect your overall productivity within your work area.MOREGreat Escape: 10 Ways to Create a Place to Hide at HomeDream Spaces: Homes Offices You’ll be Delighted to Work InHow to Declutter Your Office Space8 Space-Saving Ideas for Small Home OfficesWE’D LOVE
Frame with woodKeep the nature of your view in mind when working out how best to frame it. The simple wooden walls and window frames of this office space, built in a garden room, are a natural fit with the green
“Desk n lamp” — paolalopezduarte
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