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57th Street Residence
Nice office idea of walls and counter
modern minimalist home office design
Bedroom office ideas
My home office...home office...Modern office...Real home office...Office desk...Nice home office....for my home office.
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
Black walls become cozy when accented with white upholstery in this study
I absolutely LOVE your aesthetic....and I've been struggling to tie my transitional/contemporary office together. You've done it here! All I'm missing is the paint color...what did you use here in this room? What an inspiration!
materials or office supplies? How much open desk space do you need to spread out working materials? What kind of computer will you be working with - a desktop with a large monitor or two, or a small laptop? Do you need a printer, scanner or wireless router someplace? Do you need a provision for a separate
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Nice office space - looking outside
Unique office nook makes good use of odd shaped space
incorporate bedroom storage with office
Minimalist idea - very clean
office space minimalist
is this office? Thanks!!
Office space...Out home Office...Office only...Private office...Office chairs...home office...Small home office...home office...small office...on of office
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
to fit office into an 52inch wide space, is it possible?
lovely home office suite. When living in small quarters be open to repurposing unused space.
manhattan office chair
Minimalist woodsy productivity space
Awesome minimalistic office.
Cosy office tucked away
Home office-built in desk
Small Deck/Office alcove
Walk in closet office
closet office...size of office...Nice small office...Office Nook...Office nook!...Shop office...office chair...office space...Small office...Home office...Mid century office...closet to office
Ian Moore Architects
Office Black and white
Minimalist, black and white, modern
home office 3
Dream office....Ideal office deco...minimalist sofa...black box office
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
East Village Studio
work from home and I love the workspace you created. Can you tell me where you got the desk?
mind my office looking like that at all!
Office and Light colors in a kind of livingroom
I want an office that can function as a guest bedroom too
doubles as a home office. It works because the desk is integrated into its surroundings and sports matching finishes, so you're not immediately aware that you're looking at a desk. (It helps that the top is neat.) The desk chair maintains the illusion, appearing more residential than commercial. Note the use
scream “office.” A built-in corner workstation with storage makes the most of space without calling too much attention to itself — something a plasticky desk from the office store could never do. Choosing a natural wood surface helps the desk feel like another piece of living room furniture.Budget tip:
contact our office directly at 1-800-851-2961 and any of our team members would be more than happy to answer any questions you have.
Love idea of a loft office
office space above main living area
lt-in Office Desk: Millwork custom by FORMAOffice chair: Aluminum management chair by Herman Miller
A handblown glass sculpture by Graham Caldwell was placed to take advantage of the atrium's light and can be enjoyed from both levels of the condo. See the rest of this home
your new office space. You’ll need just enough height to stand comfortably. (Be sure to consult local building codes.) This particular space works beautifully with the floor-to-ceiling windows; there’s plenty of natural light to encourage a productive day at the office.
Alan Design Studio
for this office. We worked with Ver Bryck Architects for this project
Another clean, simple, functional office space...
idea for office .....like the cabinet style
desk at home. If you have any pain or soreness, it's time to check the ergonomics of your setup.• Your chair height should be adjusted so that your feet can be flat on the ground.• Align your screen with your sight line to avoid eye strain and shoulder stiffness. If you have a laptop, consider putting
white office, transitioning between the built-ins and the dark desktop.