643 shop Home Office Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
woodshop
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Antique tool display on walls of shop
wood stove in the shop
upper level wood shop
Shop- another great look
Shop Area...Cab shop...Cool Shop...great - work shop...Wood shop!...wood stove in shop...Wood shop...Nice shop
“Design” — Neeraj Gour
Holly Marder
The home of Romy and Ilya
Ideabooks169
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1. Choose a gift strategy. Shopping for gifts for many people can be overwhelming, especially when you are trying to stick to a tight budget. Rather than shopping anytime, anywhere or (even worse) doing a marathon day of shopping at the mall, I've found it easiest to stick to my
adopting one of these ideas for yourself this year:Buy from local shops. If you enjoy the experience of shopping for holiday gifts, why not support your local businesses while you're at it? While it's true that many independent shops don't have the same big sales as the larger stores, you can often find
something unique, and most shops have offerings at all price points. Choose one amazing thing and give it to everyone on your list. It takes a little courage, but if there is one thing you feel strongly about, why not give it to everyone and be done with it?Shop online. Shop on sites with free shipping
“kontrastní větve” — katahor
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Custom Transitional Home With Ocean View
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store easily. The 700-square-foot shop has a wood planer, a jointer, hand tools, routers, pneumatic nailers and more. Suctions below and above his table saw suck up sawdust, storing about six garbage bags' worth every month.
Woodshop--The 700-square-foot shop has a wood planer, a jointer, hand tools
it can accomplish almost anything. For smaller spaces, he recommends portable machines that you can move around and store easily. The 700-square-foot shop has a wood planer, a jointer, hand tools, routers, pneumatic nailers and more. Suctions below and above his table saw suck up sawdust, storing about
“Barn” — tgreavette
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
Come visit our unique design center! Whether you want simple & functional or elaborate & decorative – we offer an array of products to complement every style and budget – and we install!
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Moya Living
Moya Living Portfolio
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Love this space. What I really want to know is, how did you hide the power source for the computer? Or was the cord photo-shopped out? It really does appear to be on.... I am obsessed with getting power cords out of sight, and want to know your trick!! :)
Spend less time at your desk. Raise your hand if you spend a lot of time at your desk daydreaming, shopping online and reading blogs (basically, doing anything but work). If that’s you, don’t beat yourself up — we all do it! It’s not natural for your body
3. Spend less time at your desk. Raise your hand if you spend a lot of time at your desk daydreaming, shopping online and reading blogs (basically, doing anything but work). If that’s you, don’t beat yourself up — we all do it! It’s not natural for your body to stay seated and your mind to stay focused
“File cabinet” — Ay Gee
Joseph Bergin Architect PC
3 Reviews
Artist Studio - Interior View
Ideabooks4,240
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PROP SHOP...Nelson shop...Work Shop
“three sided alcove workspace” — marblesrolling
CM Glover
1 Review
Little Pincushion Studio
Ideabooks1,647
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The prettiest sweat shop ever.
Sweet sweat shop for sure.
my very own sweat shop
“half wall semi private” — marblesrolling
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
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hi kya! i got it from a local sewing shop, i'm sure they could order you one too if you like! http://www.astitchintimenc.com/
then gussied up the space with wallpaper from Ikea, her well-organized supplies and a dress form.What have you scored at a thrift shop, garage sale or consignment shop lately? Let us know in the Comments section. We'd love to see pictures and know the bargain prices.Next: Get inspired by more salvage
“wall unit, two stacked bookcases (?)” — avaldez
Esther Hershcovich
Montreal, Quebec
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Sergerie- How do you keep your shop so clean!? W/a Smile, Tiana
building in which he lives in Montreal. Your turn: Show us your woodshop, large or small, and tell us what you make there!More: 14 Power Tools for the Home ShopNeat Little Project: Make a Basic Wood StandNext: Browse more workshops and studios
“Barn” — tgreavette
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