160 inexpensive Home Office Design Photos

VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
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to dispel the institutional feel. Create a collage on your walls with inexpensive (or better yet, free) items like concert posters, museum fliers — any
“Decor” — nagysarah
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Lisa Fyfe
office
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Here’s a great idea for an inexpensive desk: build your own using two Vika Artur trestles from IKEA and top them with a flat wood or steel surface. (H
“STAINLESS STEEL DESK ?” — Richard Crabtree
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
45 Reviews
West Coast Hampton
Ideabooks31,648
Questions28
While it can be the most inexpensive way to make a table in the world, the high-end market has caught on to
“Masa (tabla üzerine masa)” — sencan83
Sanctuary Interiors
2 Reviews
Home Office
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3. Dress up a pin boardCovering an inexpensive pin board in a fabulous fabric can give your home office some serious personality. Buy a large pin board
“Board and chair” — bloomers18
Jeanette Lunde
Home office
Ideabooks9,495
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fuss-free approach keeps your materials in order, looks great and is inexpensive to pull off.
“Table” — elizannb
Emily Griffin Design
7 Reviews
Home Office and Creative Retreat
Ideabooks640
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coffee table, side table, pendant lights, lamps and shag rug were all inexpensive. A mix of textures keeps things interesting, and Griffin added some luxe
“Chair idea” — jenniferdh
House Nerd
7 Reviews
A Junk Room Turned Craft Room
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What we often do at our house is roll out a length of butcher’s paper (inexpensive rolls of paper are available at IKEA), and each grab a crayon in a different
“Desk mid room” — daan
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Den
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Ebonized furniture in the 20th century. Ebonizing can help make inexpensive furniture look more exotic. In the 1960s, laminate tops were fashionable —
“office” — Tysha Coverson-Martinez
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