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love the warm wood and ubiquitous books. one step beyond cozy however almost claustrophobic
A desk tucked into the corner, grass cloth wallpaper, warm wood tones and stacks of books make this workspace in a Frank Lloyd Wright house comforting.
nice and warm, looks like a study you want to spend a lot of time in.
wallpaper, warm wood tones and stacks of books make this workspace in a Frank Lloyd Wright house comforting.
Lake House: Loft is used for an Office
The colours, perfect balance...creating a fresh but very warm effect. I would love to know these two colours and the make
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great desk, love the warm feel of this
with the warm wood. Looks masculine. Likes the painted finish of the cabinets.
Note that warm wood color goes well with this shade of blue
wall, warm wood tones
Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
energizing and warm.When using them together, keep in mind that cool colors tend to recede and make a room look larger, while warm colors tend to advance and make a room look smaller.
Ish and Chi
Ish & Chi: The studio
unlikely to warm up to wallpaper, but you can easily change the look of a wall with a bit of wallpaper and a large frame.
garage. Warm up the space with soft lighting, an area rug and colorful art, and you will soon forget that your creative studio is attached to your home at all.More:How to Create a Nest at HomeTips for Finishing a Basement or Attic
novel and warming cappuccino beckons from the next room. Well. Bring the warmth into your work culture. Set up coffee in the room itself. Keep a sweater and/or throw in the room. If not distracting, add a little music like jazz or classical to the background. Make the seating comfortable, add extra lighting
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
dark, warm and happy. Inspired by The Royal Tannebaums, I kept trying to find a warm pinky coral. The short story is that I failed, and it looked like Martha Stewart and Charles Manson went on a spree. I fell back on my favorite greeny blues, but so many — off the paint chip and on my walls — looked