5,781 minimalist house Home Office Design Photos

Ian Moore Architects
Strelein Warehouse
Ideabooks2,318
Questions3
illustrates that Japanese commitment to balance and purity of design. Minimalist? Yes. Boring? Absolutely not.
Minimalist livingroom...Minimalist Sofa...Minimalist office...Minimalistic Family Room
“Black” — James Paul Santos
DesignARC
Anthony Residence
Ideabooks1,352
Questions0
Inspired by DesignARC's Greenworth House, the owners of this 1960's single-story ranch house desired a fresh take on their out-dated, well-worn Montecito
other furniture. Notice the well-defined space behind the desk in this minimalist scheme. The desktop, shelves and drawers all can be easily and quickly
nice minimalist look, would want the white closed sections to have lift doors to hide
the table, can I have one taller and narrower to provide an entry to my house?
other furniture. Notice the well-defined space behind the desk in this minimalist scheme. The desktop, shelves and drawers all can be easily and quickly
other furniture. Notice the well-defined space behind the desk in this minimalist scheme. The desktop, shelves and drawers can all be easily and quickly
“Office ideas” — jenniferdh
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks8,220
Questions4
the entire house is enveloped in glass as if it was poured over the bones to make it skin tight. To engineer the house to be a smart house that not only
Photography-Hedrich Blessing Glass House: The design objective was to build a house for my wife and three kids, looking forward in terms of how people
and edges from outside to inside the house, and to really depict “flowing and endless space”. To construct a house that is smart and efficient in terms
The house is 5,500 SF (550 SM)of livable space, plus garage and basement gallery for a total of 8200 SF (820 SM). The mathematical grid of the house in
Minimalist office w. windows and elevated view of trees.
“light” — sanjnaalagh
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
home office
Ideabooks4,478
Questions3
Form & function - modern minimalist
that the ground level is higher then the floor level of this particular house. It looks great in its own way
Minimalist office...minimalist yard
“Minimalist office” — Chuck Utterback
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Upper West Side Duplex
Ideabooks1,623
Questions3
love the art in this house...minimalist office space...Minimalistic table...Light & minimalist
“Minimalistic table” — Dani Gil
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Study
Ideabooks1,657
Questions0
Bluff House study overlooking Moonah trees and golf course. Photography: Trevor Mein
top floor, overlooking the moonahs behind the house. Thick, shrubby dune vegetation grows between the house and a nearby golf course. Fitzpatrick framed
its top floor, overlooking the moonahs behind the house. Thick dune vegetation grows between the house and a nearby golf course. Fitzpatrick framed this
picture-framing windows and views gives you animated art.Learn more about this house
“dining room” — espiritiv
Bruce Bierman Design
Fire Island Residence - Long Island
Ideabooks7,150
Questions5
Where can I purchase these bar stools? Great house!
I have a house on the water and have been looking for a vintage sign
I love this sign. I want it for my lake house :/
Would like to paint this in the lake house!
the No Wake sign looks like some sort of modern art. It's cool to see a minimalistic design getting down with the theme.
Lake House Rule No. 1: No decor is too lake-theme-y. Go nuts with your canoe coffee table, your oars hanging on the walls and your bass fish that sings
“Old signs” — davestes
Stiff and Trevillion
House Bloomsbury
Ideabooks1,222
Questions2
This part of the house was originally hidden from downstairs, but a glass balustrade now allows
A small office area sits in an upstairs corridor. This part of the house was originally hidden from downstairs, but a glass balustrade now allows
A small office area sits in a corridor upstairs. This part of the house was originally hidden away from downstairs, but a glass balustrade now allows
A small office area sits in a corridor upstairs. This part of the house was originally hidden away from downstairs, but a glass balustrade now allows light
A small office area sits in an upstairs corridor. This part of the house was originally hidden from downstairs, but a glass balustrade now allows
“Desk extension” — jpfiero
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