Writing Studio

A never-used formal dining room is transformed into a home office with coffee shop, and a cozy area to chat with clients, work on the laptop, or catch a nap.
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Reversible curtains create a subtle separation between the foyer and the formal-dining-room-turned-office. The curtains can be drawn closed if more privacy is desired.
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Reversible curtains create a subtle separation between the foyer and the formal-dining-room-turned-office. The curtains can be drawn closed if more privacy is desired.
“Repurposed dining room. I like curtain.” — Stephanie Rackley
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An oversized clock from Hobby Lobby sets the tone of this writer's office.
“Cute petits tiroirs” — annegobeil
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Thanks to a laptop, the farmhouse table desk is rarely used. Instead the denim love seat or comfy chair serve as work spaces. A revolving cabinet (meant to hold spices and kitchenware) houses office supplies, and revolves to provide a handy bulletin board, chalk board, and hanging hooks.
“Love this office!” — marciahasbrouck
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The wicker file baskets under the farmhouse table "desk" hold folders with contracts and other important information.
“farm house table” — calservices
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The view from the kitchen. Its close proximity makes it handy for refilling the Keurig and restocking the K-cups.
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Roman shades control the bright southern light this room receives.
“thickness and tops of burlap curtains” — skf66
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The slanted reference bookcase is convenient chairside in this sunny corner of the room.
“slanted reference bookcase” — E H
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These antique cubbies (once an employees' mailbox at a small-town bank) now hold a large collection of mugs, two-deep, and sit atop a slanted reference bookshelf.
“Display” — sunfaerie
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These antique cubbies (once an employees' mailbox at a small-town bank) now hold a large collection of mugs, two-deep, and sit atop a slanted reference bookshelf.
“For my extensive collection of mugs” — claireebee
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An ode to the old-fashioned restaurant menu wheel, this welded piece is great for collecting brainstorming notes, or displaying those cards and mail pieces that are too pretty to discard.
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An old world map "giftwrapped" onto plywood creates a great top for the turquoise-painted antique table legs that were a gift. The apple green front door pulls colors from the studio.
“cup collection” — lostinnil
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This home office is just off the front entryway.
“Love the homie-ness” — blovebug
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