540 meat-and-potatoes Home Office Design Photos

Traditional Home Office
Ideabooks22,624
Questions18
THE CURVATURE OF THE STAIRCASE EMBRACES WARMTH AND SOFTNESS. AND, YET, THE ENTIRE ROOM IS A MASCULINE ROOM. WHAT A GRAND UNIQUE COMBINATION.
WONT BE ANY LEFT. And we're almost there now...7,000,000,000+ humans...how many are left of lions, tigers, bears, elephants, whale....and on...
Mmmmm tiger meat
“Office” — jimseufert
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Office
Ideabooks4,301
Questions10
from the face of the door stile. When selecting pulls I avoid the stamped metal products characterized by their rounded edges. I look for crisp corners and, for most projects, concealed fastening. The base material should be selected to match the project aesthetic and use. Stainless steel is my default,
the face of the door stile. When selecting pulls I avoid the stamped metal products characterized by their rounded edges. I look for crisp corners and, for most projects, concealed fastening. The base material should be selected to match the project aesthetic and use. Stainless steel is my default,
from the face of the door stile.When selecting pulls I avoid the stamped metal products characterized by their rounded edges. I look for crisp corners and, for most projects, concealed fastening. The base material should be selected to match the project aesthetic and use. Stainless steel is my default,
“pocket doors” — claudiaochoa
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
Ideabooks403
Questions1
particularly nice touch. Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
particularly nice touch.Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
“division” — arisyaris
S2 Architects
Rowhouse
Ideabooks1,171
Questions1
combine open and closed shelving with multiple work surfaces, it’s an all-around win. This type of layout works especially well when more than one person (and personality) is sharing the space.
works especially well when more than one person (and personality) is sharing the space.
When you combine open and closed shelving with multiple work surfaces, it’s an all-around win. This type of layout works especially well when more than one person (and personality) is sharing the space.
“Style” — ingebelel
Scheer & Co.
Workspace
Ideabooks3,816
Questions3
Collections that are all form with little function are made for out-of-reach places. Keeping them up high allows them to be seen without being pawed — and, inevitably, broken.
Collections that are all form with little function are made for out-of-reach places. Keeping them up high allows them to be seen without being pawed — and, inevitably, broken.
This gorgeous yellow-and-white striped workspace reminds its occupants not to take things so seriously. Working can be stressful, but it's nice to have a fun, colorful wall
“Bold color” — Robert McCoskey
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Mallin Cres - Den
Ideabooks14,806
Questions13
D&M Images
“Love this wallpaper for someday” — katieskipsey
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
19 Reviews
Modern Home Office
Ideabooks16,928
Questions14
I love the setup here, but the cords could be a bit of a danger (and unsightly). Are there any ways to hide or minimize the cords?
Hi -- I am not sure as it was the one piece that was in the room when I started that we left (and the curtains). I have seen ones like those at Bed Bath and Beyond though so that would be a good place to start.
Here is a link to a very similar chandelier. http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Chrome-and-Black-6-light-Crystal-Chandelier/4127714/product.html?rcmndsrc=2
“Chair & frames” — ljandhoosh
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
My Home Office
Ideabooks35,672
Questions13
Hi Terry, Here's the info on the rug: http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/2011/12/our-foyer-and-rugs-usa-review.html
you have an old dining table you no longer use, consider swapping it with your desk for more room to spread out. Also, be honest about how you use (and how you wished you used) your home. If you hardly ever use your formal dining room but seriously need more space to dedicate to your home business, why
“Desk in front of library wall” — cagiannotta
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