933,080 organizing a home Home Design Photos

Moshi Gitelis - Photographer
A House at Caesarea (Architects: V-Studio)
just a guess but I think its just a bunch of futon type beds organized together.
Nice home theatre rOom n comfy sofabed
Just because I know how much we love movies....home theater with a big couch like this
Home cinema big sofa
Home theater
“tv room” — Paulin Immanuel
Sara Bates
South Philly Row House
The desk was made by the home owners using salvaged wood and filing cabinets found at flea markets.
An iron bed occupies a corner of a studio on the third floor of the home; it's dressed in a mixture of vintage finds and pieces from HomeGoods and Target, the couple's go-to combination for a custom look at a reasonable price.While oak floors on the first level were exposed when Bright moved in — he
put to marvelous use as both a bedroom and an office. In my next entry in this series, we’ll talk about the use of scale and color in your new small home.More: 15 Rooms That Excel at Double Duty
“guest room ideas” — ashleylsineath
Mountainwood Homes
5 Reviews
eco hideaway
Creative home office/guest room space sharing idea.
Option for home office guest room layout
Basement, shelves, organization
Mountainwood Homes
“Colors and wood” — ac144
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
interior exterior or down to a room, sett of cabinets or drawers on a chest - but like post modernism there is a finite line often between chaos and organized chaos thus needs to be done with skill - This is an example of a successful confident designer executing her/his expertise.....Bravo love it. My
The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade. "I love the AstroTurf," Brettkelly says. "The kids can play on it for hours and hours, and it maintains its softness, its color. Our puppy
Design Principle: Contrast The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade.
“Garden grey” — mehdi_tajgardoon
Elad Gonen
1 Review
home office
Simple, clean design yet room to organize.
home office...home office
“Deure” — 6471mw
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
Nantucket in So Cal
Goldtone - 176 by Benjamin Moore is similar: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/color-gallery?cd=176&col=CC
Use of small space to accommodate home office work.
home office...Organize paperwork...Small home office
“Perfect little kitchen nook” — Designers Fountain
Scot Samuelson, AIA/NCARB
4 Reviews
Grey Croft
Photo taken by Tim Lee of the library which serves as a home office. File drawers below pencil drawers with book cases above. Light fixtures are from Circa Lighting. The room is 12'-6" wide by 16'-0" long with an 8' ceiling You can buy the construction drawings that were used to create this room which
We are working on our home office space for two adults and need lots of shelves for books. I love what you have here. Who is the manufacturer of the floor rug? Thanks.
I love the cleaness of the space and the organization with the built in's. I also like the fact that an antique desk was incorporated. I have one at home that would work perfect. Also, I hate electrical cords being seen! ;-)
“Computer desk to client desk for conversations.” — Brittney Stewart
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Library
the blue and the yellow by adding in 5-10 objects sporting those two colors: a small patterned pillow on the club chair, tabletop accessories and organizers on the desk, then maybe a few graphic objects on the bookshelves. Starting with art is always a safe bet for incorporating color. Just remember this
A home office can be outfitted with built-ins to double as a library.
Randolph chose to place these windows high to take advantage of the light without having to look straight into the windows of the adjacent home. "I love to be involved during the construction process," he says. "The day before the sheetrock was to go in, I was on site and could see that these
a lively, lived-in household is more important than achieving a show-house look. Encourage all members of the family to read and play by filling the home with books of all types, art materials and plenty of conversation areas. Display artwork in both expected, high-traffic areas and unexpected places
“Mesa” — guervel
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