Example of a trendy home office design in San Francisco — Houzz
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The unexpected use of traditional plantation shutters in a modern home office adds a great detail to this loft space. The white casing draws your eye to the view of the bridge beyond.
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This is the ladder I most want to do that long slide on, from one end of the room to the other!
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"Lofts tend to be short on storage in lieu of open spaces. By creating this uniform storage area using the same shape/size/color boxes, it only adds to the decor while offering storage and organization." (saltylibrarian) "The unexpected use of traditional plantation shutters in a modern home office adds a great detail to this loft space. The white casing draws your eye to the view of the bridge beyond." (markahermogeno)
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Storage is at a premium in college rooms, so nice-looking storage boxes are a great find.
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When shutters are are built specifically for your windows, you will have lots of choices regarding how they are designed. For a window like this, the two panels could open from the center or bi-fold to one side. If you never plan to actually open the panels back against the wall, having them open from the center is fine. But if you plan to throw open the panels and there is something in the way on one side (like the pipe running up the left side of this window) then bi-fold is the way to go. They work similarly to bi-fold doors, folding one on top of the other, off to the side.Discuss all of your shutter options with a window treatment professional