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LIke this office behind sliding doors...
Den w gaming tv and closet office
office that can be shut off with glass
clever 'hidden' office
lotus console environment furniture
hide away home office
Office Off of TV Room
office blending into bedroom
The furniture fills the room but keeps the aesthetic light, while the plant gives a casual movement, and that Eames chair pleasantly surprised as it stands on its own.
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through the office that would blow out your budget-
Keep boxes labelled in office for fasteners, stationery, etc.
perfection. It’s a pile of various fasteners. But the contents are not cluttering up my office — they’re housed in one of many pretty boxes that look great and make it easy to find what I need fast.
in my office in lovely white boxes with clear labels like “Tape,” “Glue” and “Thank You Notes.” Looking for paper clips? They’re in a box labeled “Fasteners,” along with brads, staples and big ol’ binder clips.
their furniture up against the walls of their room. This is not a furniture plan! Pull your furniture in, let it “float.” By creating more intimate groupings of pieces, the result is a much warmer space. Another pet peeve, and I’m sorry BPF, is too much DIY. Most people are not good painters, or paper
Living Room Addition in Tudor Style Home
the 1920’s, the homeowners sought to add additional living space on the first and second floors that would seamlessly blend with the existing historic architecture. They began working with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create the plans that would eventually become their newly remodeled home. “The original
family’s requests was to enlarge the kitchen to create a multi-functional space that would allow for better cooking functionality, eating, entertaining, and doing homework. The family also wanted an informal gathering area that was connected to the kitchen but still defined as a separate room. A new
home office and mudroom on the first floor and a true master suite on the second floor rounded out the changes that brought 21st century amenities and spaces to this lovely older home. Normandy Designer Vince Weber understood that in a renovation of this type, the success of the project would involve
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
East Village Studio
mind my office looking like that at all!
sleek office continues from TV cabinetry. Great storage above - white gloss reflective keeps it open/light
office can be done on budget using basic IKEA kitchen pieces
love the clean look of the office, uses small space well. Corner desk.
like this set up for spare "office" bedroom
scream “office.” A built-in corner workstation with storage makes the most of space without calling too much attention to itself — something a plasticky desk from the office store could never do. Choosing a natural wood surface helps the desk feel like another piece of living room furniture.Budget tip:
a home office. It works because the desk is integrated into its surroundings and sports matching finishes, so you're not immediately aware that you're looking at a desk. (It helps that the top is neat.) The desk chair maintains the illusion, appearing more residential than commercial. Note the use of
of the office, but this is "a bit much."
and the furniture maybe this with light couches
leather furniture and brass accents. Traditionalists know the best way to cozy up the floor is to cover it in an antique Oriental rug; this is one aspect of traditional design I doubt will ever change.
or '70s remakes — I think they're fabulous either way. This dark moody room feels like a library but might double as the TV room.
dSPACE Studio Ltd
Salon with Custom Plaster Ceiling
late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design
home office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is flooded with natural light from a glass laylight roof. The first level includes a formal entry with rich wood and marble finishes, a waln
library, and office. The fourth level includes the family bedrooms and a guest suite with a terrace and views of Lake Michigan. The lower level houses a custom cinema. Sustainable elements are seamlessly integrated throughout and include renewable materials, high-efficiency mechanicals and thermal envelope
Joel Kelly Design
Virginia Highlands House
leather furniture and darker colours and less light.
of this office. The open shelves in stain-grade wood allow special items to be beautifully displayed.
My Office...matt office1...nice for office...wood for office...60s bar
Fort Solonga Family Room
up of furniture to maximize space?
love the angle of furniture makes space interesting
Love the furniture arrangement ... very daring
A few things to think about when rearranging furniture: •Go for it. Move it around. If it doesn't
Here’s another shot of an additional fireside seating area. This setup includes another couch facing the fireplace to create a triangular arrangement.
rearranging furniture:Go for it. Move it around. If it doesn't work as you thought, move it again. Make sure everything is not just pushed against the wall. This is the most common "mistake" in decorating.Think about creating intimate spaces within a room rather than setting up a whole room.What is the focal