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Fresh Perspective Design & Decor, LLC
Masculine Home Office
uline Home Office
Custom Homes...Home office rug
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Bay Area Office 10x12: Studio Shed Lifestyle
Area Office 10x12: Studio Shed Lifestyle
designed as a home office, this Studio Shed has also become a living space for the family. A relaxing getaway just steps from their home, a place to enjoy tea and conversation.
murphy bed/office space
The Remodeling Company
story home office/study.
home office...area in office
Golf Course Residence
unsightly office supplies and paperwork. Original works of art are highlighted through customized framing and unique collectables are displayed in a fun and simple way. Thanks to the futon sofa, this home office can double as a last-minute guest room for visitors. Photos by Oliver Wolfe Photography
contemporary home office for the lady of the house. Wood finishes that are present in the public areas of the house are repeated here, but the juxtaposition between the light vs. dark wood stains and the sleek vs. rustic wood finishes create an inspiring and interesting space that lends itself to completing
Bring brick into the office.
Office windows...Front office idea...sunroom office
İnteior design 1
Medium screening room in office! Ideal for screening films for clients or self
contempory home cinema
in the office...Homr office...home theater
Moontower Design Build
Modern, Eclectic, Traditional Austin Addition... Thanks Houzz
desires for home offices. Dan, a Minnesotan Medievalist, craved a cozy, wood paneled room with a nook for his reading chair and ample space for books, and, Julia, an American Studies professor with a focus on history of progressive children's literature, imagined a bright and airy space with plenty of shelf
with two offices, one upstairs, one downstairs, that were animated very differently by the presence of the connecting stair--Dan's reading nook nestled under the stair and Julia's office defined by a custom bookshelf stair rail that gave her plenty of storage down low and a sense of spaciousness above.
bathroom home to suit their unique needs for places to study, rest, play, and hide and go seek. A generous lot allowed for a addition to the north of the house connecting to the middle bedroom/den, and the design process, while initially motivated by the need for a more spacious and private master bedroom