227 kitchen window seat Modern Home Office Design Photos

Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing home which reflects the lifestyle and needs of the clients. Photography by Adam
Small but functional office with window.
window for in the corner of kitchen
love this little window above desk.
Consider cool window placement in office
maybe in kitchen and study up high
Interesting detail of window over desk
the metal trim around the window is rustically beautiful
secure windows to let in light
7. Steel TrimThe trimmed frame of these openings is particularly beautiful to me. The window proportions seem derived from the module of stone that comprises the wall. The window has the appearance that a stone block was carefully removed to let light in. The trim treatment supports the lightness of
“Esterioctomia” — canduxa
Carlton Architecture
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
How is the desk attached to the windows?
Just wanted to know how you attached the desk to the windows? Could you use a similar technique to build a desk to a wall and not a window or is that a totally different situation? Thanks
I like the two leather and wood chairs at the window.
The desk is not actually attached. It has some integrated structure that allows it to span across, in front of the window.
like desk at window, but want seating for 3+ and would like murphy bed
surround windows, views, lighting, chairs, built-ins, openness, space, light and bed
The drop window to the surround landscape.
“Bedroom” — Ozlem Brooker
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
we toyed with the idea of moving the washer and dryer out of the laundry room and into the kitchen (or somewhere else on the first floor), then making the laundry room a close-off-able workspace.
Tim in one corner of Tim's office. nice with window
The large windows around a desk office space
light in a home office can increase productivity, minimize mistakes, lessen eye strain, and improve your mood. That's a lot of gain for some simple window installations — or for some proper furniture placement, as in this office, where the desk is positioned to maximize daylight exposure.One study even
“Simple lots of light” — Lorraine Utley
Bertram Architects
Green Oak Writer's Studio
Hello, FABULOUS Design!! I am a kitchen designer and I have a client (that I am actually meeting with today) looking for a similar window design for her kitchen. Would you tell me who the window manufacturer is and does the counter top extend into the bottom of the window, or butt to it? Thank you! Susan
The best view from our house is at a blind corner. I would love to open it up this way, but we live in the frozen north. How weather-proof is this window (or pair of windows)?
cupola: overhead lights, windows We should be able to light it from downstairs to welcome guests
How bout this type o thing for our kitchen or living room? ~A corner window really opens a space up, especially when there
“desk home office” — bigcrsr
yamamar design
home office
how to build a desk into the kitchen or think about how many computers we'll have in the kitchen
IF interior window is right up against ceiling it is more just like
creative window. opens to another room.
window to pass light to hallway
Sliver window borrows light from adjacent room
Interior window borrows light from adjacent
transom window - sharing the light
Another creative application of the sliver window can be seen here on the interior wall of an office space that borrows light from an adjacent room. Placing the window high in the wall moves it out of the way of the workspace, minimizing distractions while conferring all of the advantages of natural
“corner desk” — danielle1943
FINNE Architects
24 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
quartz and limestone countertops, and Douglas Fir trim and doors. Exterior materials are completely maintenance-free: metal siding and aluminum windows and doors. The metal siding has an alternating pattern using two different siding profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building
window to lake with built ins
How to trim between giant lake windows
Tiffans lower ceiling off of kitchen for more light???
Window over desk in hallway by girls bedroom? Can the window go so low?
These are the windows i want in the kitchen. Also, wouldn't mind paying bills at this desk
office needs to be small with a window
Top window: can c wood overhang
How the desk has a window view
Window frame laga k agay Talic sheet. Peeshe painting lage khirki he
“This is Dave's idea of the perfect fly tying set up - lots of windows” — cedarpoyntz
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
The chairs work well in front of the window, giving function without taking too much visual space.
Chairs for kitchen seating?
Long windows, cool chairs
window trim, or lack of
chairs and large windows
no trim doors/windows
window seating...simple seating area...studio den seating...great windows!...Like windows...window trim
“yellow funiture” — kathibice
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Organic Modern
place for entertaining in style. Stylish and inventive, this home is ideal for playing games in the living room while cooking and entertaining in the kitchen. An unusual mix of materials reflects the warmth and character of the organic modern design, including red birch cabinets, rare reclaimed wood details
library ladder provide art and book display areas overlooking the great room fireplace. A custom 12-foot folding door seamlessly integrates the eat-in kitchen with the three-season porch and deck for dining options galore. What could be better for year-round entertaining of family and friends? Call today
The wood used and the cabinets look super nice. Where I'd you get them from? Also what wood is on the windows, table top and cabinets. Love this design.
“Window, floor to ceiling...desk in front?” — AsterHouse Design, LLC
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