4,885 modern tropical design Home Office Design Photos

Peter Vincent Architects
Ka'apuni Beach Estate
Ideabooks1,412
Questions6
Eileen Gray Side Table | Design Within Reach
Looks like a Modern Fan Company Lapa http://www.modernfan.com/lapa.html I love all the natural light in this room! :) Rhoda
See small tropical plants on outdoor coffee table
1/30/2013 i like this room because has the green color and has that natural felling tropical and so on.
“Open divisions to rooms, floorin” — mcgantonio
Kevin Williams Construction, Inc.
Marco Custom 1, Private Residence
Ideabooks125
Questions0
Tropical 52" Craftmade Kona Bay
ceiling design
“Slanted desk?” — tacleland
Maria Teresa Durr
treasures from Thailand
Ideabooks1,778
Questions4
Bookcase design for back wall
“Wall desk” — tinf
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Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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KW Designs
6 Reviews
Sustainably Beach Modern
Ideabooks91
Questions0
Sustainably Beach Modern
Simple, modern office
simply rustic modern.
KW Designs
“Love the chairs” — o2snow
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Kukio
Ideabooks8,880
Questions10
Custom design with Indich collection . This rug is for sale if you are interested
Warm colors, modern but Polynesian feel
Too modern, but credenza & shelving might be better choice for smaller study.
“great office” — 236wbd
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
Ideabooks2,306
Questions2
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
brick wallpaper." They both mean the same thing. That particular brick pattern is either PA5466RB from the Risky Business Book or HE1046 from the Modern Rustic Book.
minimalist-industrial look with the exposed brick behind a sexy iMac on a super-sleek desk, framed with squares of modern orange.
“Brick wallpaper” — mama247
Arhaus
Bentley Collection
Ideabooks1,599
Questions1
original Campaign designs were crafted for the gentlemen officer class of the British army. With sea voyages that typically lasted over three months and journeys that ranged from tropical jungles to scorching deserts, ease of transport and assembly were essential considerations in the design. The officers
their tents would also be perfectly suitable in a fashionable London townhouse. Campaign furniture helped make life “under canvas” feel like home. In a modern day sense, this collection can do the same for you. Of course, you can’t fold the Bentley pieces for easy transport, but the concept remains the same:
“Plank floor” — amysarabeggs
Diane Lumpkin Design
1 Review
Showcase House
Ideabooks2,685
Questions8
lamps and art is too modern for my theme, but I like most of this. Limited use of kilims are cool as an accent.
Love the natural design elements! Great color scheme
Diane Lumpkin Design
“De kader” — Jessica Mossa
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