60 eat-in dining Asian Home Office Design Photos

Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
12 Reviews
fifties split
make a sliding panel door into the bedroom and master bedroom from the dining room/living room instead of old fashioned door(s)
Maybe something like ceiling bood to tie in kitchen cabinets to dining room
That screen brings the light in.
“Japanese style bedroom” — cuyehara
Arnold Schulman Design Group
13 Reviews
Arnold Schulman
designs in the group, this Florida office combines open shelving and built-ins in a black display case. Houzzers especially loved the Asian accents.More:
wall shelving with built-in lights...Minimalist built in........Like the built-ins...built-in shelves & desk
“The shelves” — andrevw
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Chelsea Art Loft
Low wide desk for dining room
“Desk decor” — Karin Leung
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
sample accent colors for cushions on the bench build in. Green/purple
“ceiling decor” — nhuisman
Spaces Designed, Interior Design Studio, LLC
35 Reviews
Steiner Ranch Residence
Book built ins
“High ceilings and book cases” — Alexander Epp
Ki Arts
Japanese-style Home Office
The home-office includes a built-in flat wall monitor to use for long distance conferences and a computer area seen at the right edge of the photo. Both
“Slightly Raised platform” — cuyehara
InHouse Design Studio
15 Reviews
Alameda Home Office
This home office was built in an old Victorian in Alameda for a couple, each with his own workstation. A hidden bookcase-door was designed as a "secret" entrance to an adjacent room. The office contained several printer cabinets, media cabinets, drawers for an extensive CD/DVD collection and room for copious files. The clients wanted to display their arts and crafts pottery col...More
“Amazingo” — Rizwan Saeed
Suzanne Hunt Architect
Bedfordale House
LOVE the wooden walls, buit-ins and use of cubed shelves creating a perceived wall!
separated by open shelving provides workspace that's not isolated and lets light in.
interesting way of creating that corner wall space defining and separating the dining room from the living room
idea for dining room office
“use of open shelving” — isagrove
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