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Niche reDesign
6 Reviews
Home Office
Ideabooks37,380
Questions28
I love this office! how did you create the dividers for the 2nd shelf cubes? thank you for posting!
This looks very efficient. Trying to design 2-person home office and decide how
Thanks. I love this office design. Your work is beautiful, simple and efficient.
Hi! I love everything about this office. What paint color is on the walls? Thanks!
What dimension is The office design for?
Niche reDesign, is there any way you can detail what each item is in this photo,,,I am trying to design an office space in my home and I LOVE LOVE LOVE this,,,every detail of shelving and countertop/desk. Whatever you can help with I would be grateful to you!
tooksie1- here is the link to the IKEA website where you can find the white desk and other storage pieces---> http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S99861340/
“Upstairs office” — milmac
Seattle Area Architect
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Dura Supreme Cabinetry
40 Reviews
Destined to be a Classic
Ideabooks29,919
Questions15
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The first thing I thought when I saw this photo was.... "I'd love to have an office like that". As the gray tones gain popularity, I'm finding myself drawn to them more and more. Really like your work, style, quality and innovation
“good layout for cottage?” — rauschert
Bagnato Architects
Borell Street Melbourne Victoria Australia
Ideabooks2,861
Questions2
The home office looks onto a central courtyard housing a sculptural urn. The walls are lined with timber shelving and cabinets including the use of walnut travertine stone benches and floor tiles.
Hi, You can purchase the chairs from a company in Australia called MOMU You can view their furniture at their website www.momu.com.au Regards Dominic Bagnato ARCHITECT
like the set up of this office. Like the L-shape of the cabinets/shelves
The whole black keep sAke behind looks excellent
6. The professional lookYour desk should look as professional as you do. This is especially important if you meet clients in your home office. As business tycoon Harold S Geneen once said: “You can know a person by the kind of desk he keeps.” For a classy look, you can’t beat an executive desk in mahogany
“Built in” — Sarah Kulik Watkins
RUDA Photography
3 Reviews
Living Spaces
Ideabooks6,095
Questions4
What are the approximate dimensions of this office space? Clever!
Great use of space for office
Great use of a pocket office
could stand in the way of a closet office is a lack of adequate light, as closets generally don't have windows. Adding a light tube (if the closet is on the top level of the house) or getting creative with lighting fixtures can solve this issue.See more closet-size offices
cut distractions. This office may not have everything going for it — there's no sunlight, for example — but being able to close doors and block sound is important for preserving creative energy. Closed doors also signal that work's in progress and only important interruptions are acceptable.
Sometimes all a home office needs is a colourful chair to welcome you to your working day. Sinking into this stylish number is sure to get the creative juices flowing.
“Office doors” — Sara Wilson
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Basement Work Space & Laundry
Ideabooks110K
Questions23
We loved this idea and used this picture to make our own understair office.We would like to send in a before and after pic. How should we do that. Thanks, Janet Epstein jpe415@aol.com
I would like to create my own home office (Study) therefore concerting my dining room as I have extended the house. Can you help?
Curator for a US Home Building Company's blog. We are developing a story about HOME OFFICES and I was wondering if we can re-post this image in our story? I like your photography style and the creative use of space can inspire many people. I will make sure to embed the image, linking back to this page so
Looking for this style cabinets for a similar office project.
share your photograph. I made sure to credit Sage Design Studio as well. http://blog.taylormorrison.com/post/2013/05/29/Ideas-for-Bringing-Your-Home-Office-to-Life.aspx
“A cubby of a desk!” — bmcgarey
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
5 Reviews
Amagansett Beach Retreat
Ideabooks30,470
Questions16
I am trying to decorate my husband's office. he has blonde desk and credenza a shelf unit with frosted glass doors trimmed in dark brown. I was thinking of painting
His office desk (design and finish)
Multi-screen stations...check. Dual TVs....check. Great view....check. This office has everything you could want
Lots of screens like my office
I like the built in office set up
integrated storage space, and how the office took advantage of a beautiful view and plentiful natural light. Which of these most popular home offices is your fave? Share your thoughts below!More: See the all-time most popular office photos on HouzzMore of 2011's best: Top 20 Kitchens | Top 20 Bedrooms
Sneak in the television. You want your TV handy for den time, but you don’t want it glaring and distracting when it’s time to hunker down for work. “Incorporate the TV into a built-in cabinet or storage shelving with books and storage bins,” advises Gordon. “If possible, place the
“carpet” — pattyloulee
PAUL CREMOUX studio
Casa CorManca
Ideabooks2,065
Questions1
Too cool : craft and office large in garage. Excellent.
I’m driven by the process that turns these raw materials into a home. I love how they can speak about a client or a site. It’s part of the magic of architecture for me. There’s no substitute for handing a sample of a piece of concrete, stone or wood to a client to touch and see and sense. Samples are
more heavy-duty means of cataloging them is necessary. This can be in the form of rolling steel carts, industrial supply shelving or filing drawers. It’s helpful if the samples are nearby for your design meetings.Your sample library may be more or less important. Surround yourself with the things that inspire
“Gym Instead... Attach to porch” — donkeylupes
Kimberly Demmy Design
7 Reviews
Modern Home | Kimberly Demmy Design
Ideabooks9,145
Questions9
I am working with an architect now who is very opposed to my idea of the long narrow office but I think this would work.
what the name of the wood in the office ?
i would love to know the name of the wood that is in the office this is very unique and beautiful , u can contact me @310-902-5528 or email me fayza _benjamin@yahoo.com thank u ,
Thanks to all. My architect wants to create a hallway to the space but I'm opposed to a hall...thinking a long narrow office may be better, but I only have 8.5 feet wide to use and I might have to agree with him since this one is over 10 feet wide.
complicated relationship. It’s time to move on. The couch may seem comfortable at first, but over time you’ll feel it impacting your motivation as well as your spine. A proper chair and work desk will greatly increase your productivity. They will also define your office as a professional workspace.
“Hidden storage along side wall” — lesliebramlett
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