10,049 writer's studio Transitional Home Design Photos

Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks916
Questions4
eclecticism of their lifestyle," says Gordon. Couch and coffee table: clients' own; table lamps: Truffault Lamps, Kenneth WingardMore:A Hollywood Writer's Hillside StudioCasual Glamour in DallasA Georgia Peach Grows California Roots
“Rear of office I like. Want soft color painted built ins. Then add pop of color for rug and some art” — kevinhageman
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Laurelhurst Garden + Studio
Ideabooks30
Questions0
This project reimagines an under-used back yard in Portland, Oregon, creating an urban garden with an adjacent writer’s studio. Taking inspiration from Japanese precedents, we conceived of a paving scheme with planters, a cedar soaking tub, a fire pit, and a seven-foot-tall cedar fence. A maple tree
“nice flower touch on the left yard corner” — savelo
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Laurelhurst Garden + Studio
Ideabooks49
Questions0
This project reimagines an under-used back yard in Portland, Oregon, creating an urban garden with an adjacent writer’s studio. Taking inspiration from Japanese precedents, we conceived of a paving scheme with planters, a cedar soaking tub, a fire pit, and a seven-foot-tall cedar fence. A maple tree
“fence design” — jeannedewette
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Laurelhurst Garden + Studio
Ideabooks44
Questions0
We designed this writer's studio in tandem with an urban backyard and hardscaping renovation. Originally this building was to be a new garage, but the owner liked it so much that halfway through the process, he decided to forgo a garage in favor of an office. Photo: Anna M Campbell: annamcampbell.com
“walls & ceiling same colour and texture” — imgonnadothis
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Laurelhurst Garden + Studio
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This project reimagines an under-used back yard in Portland, Oregon, creating an urban garden with an adjacent writer’s studio. Taking inspiration from Japanese precedents, we conceived of a paving scheme with planters, a cedar soaking tub, a fire pit, and a seven-foot-tall cedar fence. A maple tree
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Laurelhurst Garden + Studio
Ideabooks5
Questions0
This project reimagines an under-used back yard in Portland, Oregon, creating an urban garden with an adjacent writer’s studio. Taking inspiration from Japanese precedents, we conceived of a paving scheme with planters, a cedar soaking tub, a fire pit, and a seven-foot-tall cedar fence. A maple tree
“Cement molded with wood.” — annliv
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Hollywood Hills Home
Ideabooks1,683
Questions6
screenwriter inspired the look of this office, where an imposing desk anchors the room. "We call this the writer's room because when we designed it we had the romantic notion that a brilliant Hollywood writer would find inspiration here," Umansky says. "The circus 'F' is the homeowners' monogram in lights."Desk:
“Wife's office” — taylormccowan
Seattle Staged to Sell LLC
75 Reviews
Capitol Hill Remodeled Home
Ideabooks508
Questions0
vintage type writer
“no storage on top looks minimalist and tidy” — sineadwright
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