38,706 home office Dining Design Photos

Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Tanglewood Residence
Ideabooks342
Questions5
office chairs in the dining room!
Don't write off office furniture when searching for dining seating. The client owned the table and chairs, and the design team initially had reservations about using office furniture in the breakfast nook. "At first we were a bit reluctant to include
them," Umansky says. A circular rug, a globe pendant light and custom flat Roman shades with a Greek key pattern soften the space and take away any office vibe. "The Greek key pattern brings a subtle texture into the room, and the purple square glass trim is really fun," Umansky says.
AFTER: Don't write off office furniture when searching for dining seating. The client owned the table and chairs, and the design team initially had reservations about using office furniture in the breakfast nook. "At first we were a bit reluctant to include them, but then we loved the idea. They are
“Roman shades” — ccbrown
Stohlman & Kilner Remodeling Contractors
9 Reviews
Bethesda renovation
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Home Office
Hidden computer and home office
home-office in the kitchen
office area in the kitchen
office area
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
Ideabooks23,834
Questions18
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This contemporary home also places the dining room in the open space and sets up an axial relationship of furniture and architecture. Good designers look for ways to make
Borrow light from the garden. In this gracious home, interior glass pocket doors subtly define the space while still allowing the homeowners to take in the views of the lush courtyard.
“Great idea for transitional between rooms. It accentuates the next opening into the courtyard.” — crimeinparis
Braitman Design Studio
17 Reviews
Modern Condo - Cleveland Park, DC
Ideabooks45
Questions0
The office cublical provides terrific workspace and views for the work-from-home Mom. The oversized Raumplus doors close off the space and the mess when company comes.
home office...home office cubicle...office cubicle
“beautiful division of a living space” — cnorton79
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Woodsy Holiday
Ideabooks2,198
Questions1
wall color new home office
Blue office...colours for office
“Peacock Blue walls by benjamin Moore” — Marve Ball
Ashleigh Weatherill Interior Design
6 Reviews
Marion Street Dining Nook
Ideabooks56
Questions0
AWID took a tiny 80 sq. ft. bedroom off a kitchen and reconfigured and repurposed into a dining nook, built-in home office, pantry, dry bar and powder room. Project included custom window treatment, built-ins and upholstery. Photo: Jake Potts
home office...Built-in Office
“Nook against dividing wall.” — benjuniorandjam
Unique Design Cabinet Company
5 Reviews
Home Office & Media Cabinet
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Home Office & Media Cabinet
home office
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks8,902
Questions6
We just listed a very similar set of chairs https://www.etsy.com/listing/158680929/tulip-chairs-set-of-4-midcentury?ref=shop_home_active
nice office room or library room...
Perhaps a little bit more schoolroom than office, this blackboard adds loads of charm to sfgirlbybay's original Bohemian Modern dining room.
Victoria from sfgirlbybay: Best tip for making a rental feel like home: I think the best way to make any place more personal, even a rental, is to really decorate from your heart, and share your unique stamp and personality in your decor. I am probably an awful renter, because I usually paint even
even if I'm not officially supposed to, because I am so obsessive about making my home feel like I want it to. So, I've been known to repaint a wall back to white before I moved out, or risked forgoing a rental deposit! This is horrid advice, but if I am living somewhere for a very long time, I think the
“Modern and antique mix” — pollyjewett
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