54 workspaces Midcentury Home Design Photos

Victoria Elizabeth Design
2 Reviews
Retro, Midcentury, and Colorful Workspace
Ideabooks209
Questions2
Retro, Midcentury, and Colorful Workspace
Retro and colorful home office/workspace.
shared workspace
“blue wall!” — JG Design Chicago
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Nordquist
Ideabooks19,094
Questions13
Where can you tuck a workspace? Here is a stunning desk area in what could have been another unused space
Tuck the workspace away. A bay or a nook is a great spot to place a desk, especially a small stylish table like one, this paired with a Kartell Eros Chair
Where can you tuck a workspace? Here is a stunning desk area in what could have been another unused space
“Mix of modern and trad” — shielamccausland
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Modern Rustic Living Room
Ideabooks2,822
Questions3
This workspace is also nice too. The mirror gives you the illusion of space
The team at Regan Baker Design knows that its important for workspaces to be comfortable. Here a white, fluffy pelt is draped over an office
those piles of paper and start this busy season with a clean and clear workspace. Have drawers, cabinets or shelving within arm's reach so you can easily
“desk top” — erodriguez87
The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
Ideabooks613
Questions1
shared workspace...Kitchen workspace
“Wallpaper” — lese21
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Midcentury Home Office
Ideabooks360
Questions1
Custom floating desks inspired by midcentury classics provide ample workspace for two. Warm colors and terrazzo floors complete this serene basement home
shared workspace
“Wall Unit” — applieddesign
Whitney Architecture
6 Reviews
Wilkswood- New Home in Magnolia
Ideabooks16
Questions0
hidden workspace
“Chalkboard sliding door” — marinakc
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Ideabooks3,780
Questions10
Include at least one workspace counter top at a height of 30 inches or less, to accommodate someone sitting
Include at least one workspace countertop at a height of 30 inches or less, to accomodate someone sitting
Include at least one workspace countertop at a height of 30 inches or less, to accomodate someone sitting
“lights” — catelf
Hammer Architects
6 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
Ideabooks10,278
Questions5
Workspace by windows....Nice workspace...Windows looking out. Long workspace.
“Could we have this as a sitting room attached to the master?” — Barb Shannahan
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