4,870 replacing kitchen Home Office Design Photos

Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Pacific Palisades Bungalow
Ideabooks671
Questions0
Like this idea for replacing kitchen desk/media center either in entry or main living area
This is an idea for Kathy's desk. Either in sunroom or kitchen
hidden desk space (for kitchen) to hide bills, printer
Kitchen sesk...Kitchen buffet/desk...kitchen desk
“fold down desk” — cg23cg23
Kathleen Burke Design
8 Reviews
Kathleen Burke Design
Ideabooks40,135
Questions14
Just off the kitchen, where impractical to add another counter or cabinet, this perfectly positioned built-in desk supports a busy family's planning needs and serves as a central location for homework while dinner is prepared.
and would love to have this in my kitchen. Thanks for any help! Jackie
Did you use a different yellow in the kitchen space?
Design for small office nook; replace window w mirror
Love a desk area in the kitchen/off of it
Small Office off from the kitchen
there is room in the kitchen.
Built in office nook off kitchen.
Desk off the side of the kitchen
“white cabinet detail for white built-in in Adelaide's room” — jessicaghatch
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Langley-Hawthorne Residence
Ideabooks166
Questions1
removed the backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking built-in unit. “It was low cost and looks great,” he says.
Love how the computer room/library comes right off of the kitchen and is still connected to the room
backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking built-in unit. 'It was low cost and looks great,' he says."
or the bookcase he removed the backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking
For the bookcase he removed the backing from off-the-shelf Ikea bookcases and replaced it with rift white oak to create a custom-looking built-in unit.
“Floor” — ratbec
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Modern is Modern Again in Portola Valley
Ideabooks798
Questions3
unusable. We opened up the floor plan and completely demolished the sunroom, replacing it with a new dining room open to the remodeled living room and kitchen. We added a new office and deck above the new dining room and replaced all of the exterior windows, mostly with oversized sliding aluminum doors
wooded hillside setting. Stainless steel railings protect the inhabitants where the sliding doors open more than 50 feet above the ground below. We replaced the wood siding with stucco in varying tones of gray, white and black, creating new exterior lines, massing and proportions. We also created a new
Dresser in a pantry or kitchen
“totem” — Alex Vazquez
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
SeaBend
Ideabooks26,986
Questions9
major rooms are open to both the north water views and the south sun, with breezes blowing through. The plan is geared to informal living, with the kitchen in the center to serve both indoor and outdoor living areas. Part of the fun was in seeing what happened when a broad gabled volume was bent to respond
base. The flooring has held up will for 23 years, but now needs to be replaced. We do not want to replace the porch flooring with exterior carpeting. What are other options we should consider for a beautiful, durable replacement for the porch flooring that would add to the appeal and value of our
corner reading nook in kitchen looking out to back yard? space for toys?
“Bed room” — cranez
Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Waverly Desk
Ideabooks2,099
Questions3
Armoire in kitchens or other empty corners add valuable storage
different idea instead of current kitchen desk
My rental kitchens have either been tiny and cramped or medium-size but with lots of unused space (tiny countertops with an awkward empty corner, for example). If yours is the latter, take cues from a grander home and bring in an armoire. It offers tons more storage than a kitchen cart does, plus
pantry or as a desk space, like in this kitchen.
My rental kitchens have either been tiny and cramped or medium-size but with lots of unused space (tiny countertops with an awkward empty corner, for example). If yours is the latter, take cues from a grander home and bring in an armoire. It offers tons more storage than a kitchen cart does, plus it
“Desk bookshelves Close up” — Mandi Sheppard
studio A:W
HOUSE for „THREE POINTS”
Ideabooks6,552
Questions1
Good look for replacing wall in kitchen that juts out.
Ei suite replacement to glass block
Good for family rm kitchen rails
Kitchen/room divider
bookcase / desk-kitchen divider
Idea for kitchen post
Shelf for kitchen
“shelving” — smackenzie2
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Family Loft
Ideabooks677
Questions1
work area with a fantastic view and clear shot to the play space below. A wall separating the master bedroom from the double height living space was replaced with a folding glass door to open the bedroom to the living space while still allowing for both visual and acoustical privacy. Photos by Eric Roth
Horowitz replaced the existing drywall that closed off the master bedroom with translucent folding doors that close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The
Up in the loft, a steel framework has a desk surface attached to the handrail, providing a work area with a great view. Horowitz replaced the existing drywall that closed off the master bedroom with translucent folding doors that close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The
“Mezzanine” — belbax
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