Dogwood Lane - Westport, CTContemporary Home Office, New York

Study room - contemporary built-in desk medium tone wood floor study room idea in New York —  Houzz
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rbmom wrote:July 17, 2016
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    National Hardwood Flooring & Supplies

    Bleaching the floor would slightly tone down redness, but not completely. then maybe using a stain.

  • Chelsie

    Hi, Any chance you know the custom stain mix? TIA

winnie_chan000 wrote:June 4, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    The floors look great! Thank you for the details.

  • kthammill
    Is the wall panel the same as the floor? Are they custom stained? I'd love to know colour? Thx!
jamietate wrote:July 17, 2015
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    Vita Design Group

    Benjamin Moore Shoreline 1471 was used everywhere on the first floor, trim is White Satin Impervo latex

  • kenwah

    I love how the timber panel runs into the ceiling , defining the study space . I want to see the rest of this lovely , functional home .

Schiavoni-Hendrickson Design LLC wrote:June 21, 2015
Haiyan wrote:January 18, 2015
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    Vita Design Group
    They are custom built the desk and shelves.
  • PRO
    Hi, may I know the the cost. Which company is the supplier. I would like to build a similar home office.
sadie1jane wrote:September 8, 2017
julesusa wrote:July 20, 2016
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    Vita Design Group

    The wall and shelves were custom done in a walnut wood.

Justin wrote:December 22, 2014

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to 13 Places to Sneak In a DeskApril 5, 2016

12. Entryway. Instead of putting a conventional console table in your foyer, consider going all out with a desk setup. It’ll give you a place to drop your keys and catch up on correspondence.

Laura Gaskill added this to 12 Ideas for Creative DesksMarch 3, 2015

12. Well-lit desk. Proper lighting is essential for working, but that doesn’t mean your only option is a bent-arm task lamp. Walnut paneling that wraps from wall to ceiling and recessed lighting give this workspace a warm glow. In an open-concept space, lighting controlled by a dimmer switch over the desk can help illuminate the area when you need to work and recede from view when you’re not working.Tell us: What does your workspace look like? Share a photo in the Comments.More:20 of the Coziest Home Offices on Houzz7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Home Office

What Houzzers are commenting on:

David Sarcu added this to My ideas6 hours ago

if did office in kitchen or pantry

parula18 added this to Ashish’s Study17 hours ago

Clean bright with modern wood tones

tgauer added this to 2020 House Remodel2 days ago

Put something like this but smaller, one chair, so don’t use dining table as desk

Molly Allen added this to 1860 Molly's office5 days ago

I like the use of natural wood and paint (and not much else about this space).

klsmada added this to OfficeFebruary 12, 2020

keep it simple with single drawer

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