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giving new life to old stuff mid-century modern office chair in burnt orange, desk freshened with new paint, and a vintage dogwood blossom tablecloth as curtain!
double side drawers for office space
maybe go vintage on the kids office chairs. Thinking the ones with the back to the door should have a cool back and the one facing the door, a cool front and more dramatic.
Smith's mid-century modern office chair in burnt orange complements a desk freshened with new paint. Her vintage dogwood blossom tablecloth is repurposed as a curtain to welcome
A mid-century office chair. What a great juxtaposition between this burnt-orange chair and the romantic floral curtains with white desk. That hint of an unexpected
Izumi Tanaka Photography
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
Love the wood and the light blue, love mid-century feel
Functional finesse. Home offices need to be practical, yes, but that doesn’t mean they need to come from a cubicle farm. This Mid-century home office combines task lighting with a stylish touch.
Do you run a paperless office? If the answer is yes, you might want to rethink your furniture needs. Many offices today can run quite efficiently with a simple table, a comfortable chair and good lighting. If you work on a laptop, you could even forgo the office altogether and simply set up your computer
to save desk space.How to go paperless in your home office
In a midcentury home office, the sconce is mounted on the wall perpendicular to the desk. Its long swinging arm allows for task-light adjustment.
Andrew Snow Photography
St. Lawrence Market Mid-Century
Bookshelf, cabinet combo... This would be nice for my office, or even the living room.
This bookcase in Lygia’s office took her more than a year to track down and is one of her favorite pieces. The dynamic arrangement of solid and voids is home to a variety of objects, pieces of art and color-coordinated books.Bookcase: auction piece, A.H. Wilkens; teak banker's desk: B.K. Johl; oil painting:
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
super neat office, love the jellyfish, the abacus, and the rug and curtains, love the x bookcase too
pick two or more contrasting patterns in a colour combo that pops, like the orange and white geometric rug and floral drapes used in this mid-century modern office.
In this office, X reigns! They create the structure of the shelf units and are repeated in a much lighter wood on the trestle base of the desk.
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
mid century modern office - teak
this office is not built-in, but I like it's scale and that it is in a nook
Oh how I swoon over this mid-century modern office. Just replace those decorative vignettes with a small tray to hold liquor basics, add a couple of Dorothy Thorpe rocks glasses, throw in thick
This space is just so aesthetically pleasing to me. I love the mid-century modern furniture and the carefully curated accessories.
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Looking at trying to fit office into an 52inch wide space, is it possible?
2nd master bedroom closet made into small office area
Small Deck/Office alcove
Awesome minimalistic office.
Home office-built in desk
Small space for office
Combinação cor parede office
5. Add an Element of Surprise Transform an empty walk-in closet into a lovely home office suite. When living in small quarters be open to repurposing unused space.
manhattan office chair
Home office...Mid century office...closet office...size of office...Nice small office...Office Nook...Office nook!...Shop office...office chair...office space...Small office...eff office
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Front unit as detached mid-century office. Don't like block columns on sides.
no shrubbery against house - nice, clean mid-century look and
Mid century exterior
Mid century modern architecture
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
3-Form Office Doors
The home office opens up to the main family room space by incorporating sliding 3-Form panels that stow away within architecturally detailed thickened wall projections. Photo Credit: Rachel Wray Thompson
Sliding doors, corner windows. Would be nice for an office space.
from the office and living areas.
Way to enclose a downstairs office and get light and not make structural
Glass entry to define an office area
Cool door for office., but doesnt have to be glass
,ugh be able to create a space that could serve a variety of purposes...home office, guest sleeping?
Use wide doors to allow open/closed office space
Great sliding doors for an office
1. Create a ThresholdThresholds help designate where work physically starts and stops. They are a visual cue that says, “Step into my office.” The sliding doors shown here not only help block out noise, but they also act as a visual indication to other residents that work is in session. If a separate