224,417 furniture for study Home Design Photos

Min | Day Architects
Sonoma Farm House
Ideabooks2,554
Questions9
Study nook. Maybe with window if house position permitted. Pantry behind. No second sink. Dishwasher under island bench
Study nook...Study on the side
“save” — fladien
PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorManca
Ideabooks2,304
Questions1
Outdoor study
“ho” — Sebastian Jarpa
Moshi Gitelis - Photographer
Raanana House No1
Ideabooks1,528
Questions0
Study - bookcase wall
Study Room
“Library” — owltiger
Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
Ideabooks7,294
Questions7
gambling chips. This is a classic antique lamp style that you have probably seen in movies or pictures, in a fantastically decorated, wood-paneled men’s study. Of course, it can be used in many other contexts, as seen here in this very chic bedroom. I love this lamp style and have used it myself in living
gambling chips. This is a classic antique lamp style that you have probably seen in movies or pictures, in a fantastically decorated, wood-paneled men’s study. Of course, it can be used in many other contexts, as seen here in this very chic bedroom. I love this lamp style and have used it myself in living
“Courtney likes” — Karen Mcdonald
Andrea Brooks Interiors
2 Reviews
Madison
Ideabooks5,813
Questions10
Study area - a space designated for study either to the side of the kitchen/mud room or upstairs near entry staircase
Study kitchen...study room
“Desk cabineta” — kimlj3
Brooke Wagner Design
7 Reviews
Wildlife
Ideabooks241
Questions2
Teen study area
Study/man cave
“Simple & stylish” — Nicholas Giatroudakis
The LaurelRock Company
2 Reviews
Contemporary Composition - The LaurelRock Company
Ideabooks1,216
Questions2
into the garden. By contrasting naturalistic prairie-style plants with well-manicured turf, the designer added unexpected interest, creating a case study in texture, structure and color."
into the garden. By contrasting naturalistic prairie-style plants with well-manicured turf, the designer added unexpected interest, creating a case study in texture, structure and color
into the garden. By contrasting naturalistic prairie-style plants with well-manicured turf, the designer added unexpected interest, creating a case study in texture, structure and color.
into the garden. By contrasting naturalistic prairie-style plants with well-manicured turf, the designers added unexpected interest, creating a case study in texture, structure and color.
“Pasto” — Dolores Oliver
CWP Cabinetry
Miscellaneous Spaces
Ideabooks952
Questions2
study table
Study nook
“idea for the kitchen area” — dking1992
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