40 meandering path Home Office Design Photos

A Dream CottageTruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
few spots where clutter tends to accumulate — the kitchen counter, the back door and so on. These places are often along our most frequently traveled paths through the house, so it makes sense to work with the hot spot rather than try to eliminate it. Simply placing a bit of storage in the problem area
garden roomCozy Little House
Drunkard's Path Quilt :P
Studio and OfficeSchmitt + Company/Poor House
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Mallin Cres - DenAtmosphere Interior Design Inc.
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Loft Study & Yoga SpaceC O N T E N T Architecture
Voilà! The owner needed a home office, but Rowell didn't want to design it as a separate room. "We used long bifold doors and made it a circulation path that can be activated as a work zone," says Rowell. And if that's not enough, there's a springboard mounted on the wall to the right (not visible here)
Evergreen DriveUpscale Construction
County project was constructed on a fast-track schedule. Design decisions and construction had to occur jointly in order to maintain aggressive critical-path deadlines. In order to ensure milestones were met, subcontractors, deliveries, and inspections were closely managed with clear communications between
Mallin Cres - DenAtmosphere Interior Design Inc.
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Home officeLisa Borgnes Giramonti
once our floors start to age. Instead, just strategically place cover-ups near doors that lead to outside and on heavily trafficked hallways and other paths.
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