6,073 glass computer station Home Design Photos

Scheer & Co.
1 Review
Harlem Apartment - Home Office
Ideabooks7,240
Questions5
Tucked away in bright stripes with wonderful collection of milk glass!
hidden curtain, wall facing. get off the computer!
Like the curtains covering the computer
Get back to basicsSometimes, all that’s needed to conceal computers and technology is a pretty piece of fabric on a rail. By pulling across the interior curtain, your working home life is out of sight in seconds (and
With ingenuity a workspace for two is created within a main living area behind drapery panels. The station feels special through the addition of a yellow and white striped wallpaper, against which the black elements and collection of white pottery pop.
“Curtain wall or mural on shortest wall” — kajazia
Morgante Wilson Architects
7 Reviews
Colorful Elegance
Ideabooks616
Questions1
kitchen nook with desk, computer (for looking up recipes) and televison
TV and computer in kitchen. Nice and necessary.
wall mounted TV above;in TV/den/computer room in nook on rt wall behind the door.
Kitchen TV over computer desk
Tv above computer desk
computer and desk with wall
like phone, computer
Small space station...The apple computer...desktop computer
“telefono” — lindastars
Standard Creative
2 Reviews
Sterling Road Addition
Ideabooks6,192
Questions4
Hello, I love the setup and the cork board beside the desk; but what type of computer do you have hooked up to that monitor and how is the ventilation? Is it behind the wall? Does the monitor have usb slots on the side? Sorry for all the
I am honestly not sure. If I had to guess, the computer is probably stored in the cabinet and has a wireless monitor hung on the wall, similar to the way you would hang a tv.
the kids after school homework station us looking soo charp
Woah I love the mouthed computer It's like a tv
“storage” — dan6770
Steven Stilwell Construction Inc.
4 Reviews
North of L.A. One of a Kind
Ideabooks3,469
Questions3
stone around fireplace; work station/shelves on wall
desk space. The floating shelves allow for a long workspace. I like a brown wood work surface and white cabinetry. I wouldn't do glass doors.
Computer room storage but also a second smaller family room for older kids to chill in
Multiple computer desks, bookshelves and cabinets, missing TV niche.
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 computer and a table of similar height to the one you're planning to have. You don't want to be forced to shut the blinds
“Desk wall” — dsmallwood
Aquidneck Properties
4 Reviews
Chartwell House
Ideabooks45,904
Questions19
It's really just a computer desk, it worked for us!
like bookshelf high above work station
built in bookcase & work station. maybe in current living room
I like this as a computer station
glass front cabinets
Work station...computer station...Computer room...Computer nook...COMPUTER AREA
“built-in cubbyholes shelving drawers soapstone countertop marble stone slab desktop silver sage grey” — deedeesuz
Scheer & Co.
1 Review
Workspace
Ideabooks3,897
Questions3
note artwork above computer and use of wires
Interesting idea! Two computers, his and her's
The desk spans the back wall, with all computer cords and components mounted to the underside.
The white milk glass objects all in a line against the yellow and white striped wall makes an impact in this hip corner office.More: 7 Areas to Accessorize With StyleImpact
“the clock” — Tobbi Oakenfull
English Heritage Homes of Texas
Bryn Mawr – Custom Home University Park
Ideabooks12,500
Questions9
Work stations on opposite sides and playroom
Like the separate areas with each computer and noticeboard per kid
Work station for mummy
Cabinet and computer desk
tv n computers....work station...Computer stations
“Big screen mounted on wall” — gleighb
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Crown Hill Remodel
Ideabooks12,156
Questions8
minimalist desk w/2 work stations separated by cabinet
pull out tray for computer, flat surface for work area
says architect David Neiman. "As computers have become an indispensable part of our lives, incorporating an info center into the main floor of the house has become standard."He adds, "The info center is a place where you leave the computers on, set up a plug-in station for your phones, put your printer
Keyboard shelves help keep surfaces more clear. Sometimes a big behemoth of a desktop computer hogs up way too much of the actual desktop. If you are buying new computers, work with the salesperson to minimize the electronic bulk in your office.
“Low Desks” — RB Designs
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