This space has a secret treehouse/fort feel to it. I feel like I could hunker down up there and not be disturbed or distracted.
This space is just so aesthetically pleasing to me. I love the mid-century modern furniture and the carefully curated accessories.
This is one of those shots I seem to put in every ideabook. The space is so light and beautiful that I would probably make up work to do just as an excuse to spend time in there. I'd also invent reasons to have to use that ladder to retrieve books.
This is such a happy study - great light, a bamboo chandelier, great shelves and cabinets, and even a windowseat to curl up on with a book or for a power nap.
This seems more like a kid's homework corner to me than a home office; it seems like such a pleasant spot to get work done. The Paris poster, the eclectic mix of furniture, a comfy chair and a good light should help with algebra.
Perfect for working side-by-side. I keep trying to figure out if that movie is Jane Fonda in "Barbarella" - does anyone know?
More side-by-side action for co-dependent worker bees...Be sure to check out how beautifully the items on the shelves are arranged.
This space is modern and warm. It has just enough elements to keep me inspired without being distracted.
I would sit here if I were trying to channel Edgar Allen Poe or Thomas Jefferson!
This designer cleverly borrowed a wall in a living room to create a beautiful work area.
This space works for the same reasons the one pictured above works. Oh, and I love that goldenrod wall - shelves that are arranged so well create balance and harmony to a space.
If you don't have the luxury of a home office, a crisp, clean, well-lit and quiet kitchen table is a great place for takin' care of business!