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.
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    Haiyan
    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

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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.

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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

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HU-689098638 added this to StudyDecember 29, 2019

Wood wall, dual desk and shelves

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