1,244 vintage series Home Office Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Stolp
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is the shelving vintage then, and not currently being manufactured? if so, i am heartbroken.
Yep - its vintage.
“bureau” — montreal514
Sarah Ames
A Turquoise Office
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A bright and fun office space was created by using some vintage collectibles, favorite books, and prints from some old 1960's travel books. The glass
vintage office
“Parede” — femenegotto
Showplace Kitchens
4 Reviews
Door style: Chesapeake | Species: Paint grade | Finish: Linen
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Door style: Pendleton | Species: Red Oak | Finish: Vintage Soft Yellow Across from the Murphy Wall-Bed, this coordinating design creates a compact
setting. The tall side cabinets add lots of valuable storage. Note how the Vintage finish really shows off the grain character of red oak. Showplace Kitchens:
“design/lay out” — selmabayla
Lola Nova
work space
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Love the sweater look... and the vintage typewriter
Love the vintage lamp!
“superbe : à faire !” — jardinenfleurs
Sweet William
my studio space
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could open up the ceiling." More ideas: Houzz Tour: Kay Loves Vintage 7 Favorite Vintage Furniture Sites Houzz Tour: Cool and Collected in Downtown L.A
“Creative office for everyday inspiration” — becshouse
Lompier Interior Group
2 Reviews
Lompier Interior Group
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Vintage office look for Scott...Vintage style, sky captain
“indiana jones style” — eleanor84
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
Hillcrest
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vintage storage provides a home for all things small
These cabinets were a lucky find as they were vintage.
“Love this for crystals and embellishments” — Jessica Izaguirre
Janet Paik
Her Office: Catherine Kwong Design
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scarves to replicate this look — inexpensive ones from a thrift store or a vintage shop can work just as well (and it won't be as painful to cut them to size)
scarves to replicate this look — inexpensive ones from a thrift store or a vintage shop can work just as well (and it won't be as painful to cut them to size)
“Hardware on outside of door trim” — kymparke
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