12 Diagonal Eclectic Home Office Design Photos

I.O. Metro
2 Reviews
#1 Bruce Lietzke
Ideabooks1,282
Questions4
What do I think of those diagonal shelves?
artwork--like the lights reflected on the pavement on a rainy night--and the diagonal bookcase.
Diagonal bookshelf
“Bookshelf crisscross” — lbowe88
Matilda Rose Interiors
2 Reviews
Home Office
Ideabooks19,619
Questions6
Diagonal lines The example of diagonal lines in this is the ladders that are being used as a shelf
“Interesting for basement wall” — carolfenstermaker
Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design
10 Reviews
Andrea Braund
Ideabooks2,258
Questions5
cowskin always lays on diagonal under the table.... canon? :)
“Clean look” — thils
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Sarah Greenman
2 Reviews
Dallas, TX: Sarah Greenman Studio
Ideabooks919
Questions0
Diagonal rug
“feeling of peace” — ajenemie
Kandrac & Kole Interior Designs, Inc.
32 Reviews
Eclectic Home Office Two
Ideabooks1,130
Questions3
wall in the corner behind a handmade rod iron desk, which was placed at a diagonal. The photos of family and memorable events create a comforting and happy
wall in the corner behind a handmade rod iron desk, which was placed at a diagonal. The photos of family and memorable events create a comforting and happy
“Desk” — Lisa Robinson
Bruit de la Mode Inc.
1 Review
Dayton
Ideabooks128
Questions0
My eyes were drawn to the diagonal lines on the floor
Diagonal lines add pattern....Diagonal line.
“Floor” — sineadmcnamee
MGLM Architects
6 Reviews
Lakefront Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks20
Questions0
windows. We reinforced the existing home's diagonal patterns by adding a small square mirror set diagonally above the window with a sconce mounted on it
“trim” — kyethra
Wendy K. Leigh
Houzz Tour: Art and Design on Raft Island, Washington
Ideabooks7
Questions0
in a cozy window seat, surrounded by her books and sketches. Facing her diagonally is a wall where she pins her ongoing pieces, placed so her eye can fall
“Barbara lee smith” — liznapier
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