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Kathryn added this to
Another option is to create a sophisticated house but to have one room that's set aside primarily for fun. This work space is ecletic and interesting and would provide a great haven from an otherwise more chic home.
Kit Pollard added this to
Considering how much time we all spend working, shouldn't we put that extra effort into making our workspaces fun? This one's great, from the art to the chair to the lighting.
Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to
The unexpected: Considering how much time we all spend working, put some extra effort into making your workspace fun, too.
Becky Harris added this to
Cover the board in a wallpaper sample. One way to make your board more sophisticated is to cover the cork with a large wallpaper sample. Handmade paper or fancy wrapping papers can also help you accomplish this look (personally, I love the selection at PaperSource for this kind of thing).
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to
An armoire, a vintage chest, two floating shelves and two plastic folding tables were magically transformed into an attractive office through the use of good design principles. The armoire and chest hide all the not-so-pretty necessities. The shelves handle display duty, with desktop items coordinated by color. Notice that even though the desks are not high-end items, they still fill the space, which suggests a custom-fitted look. The shelves also fill the available wall space.
Lisa Frederick added this to
Who knew ordinary plastic folding tables could look so chic? Pair them with a cool chair, add a flirty chandelier and some well-arranged art, and you've got an office that's easy on both the eyes and the bank account.
Laura Gaskill added this to
Other places to look for extra space include a finished basement, an attic, or even the garage. Warm up the space with soft lighting, an area rug and colorful art, and you will soon forget that your creative studio is attached to your home at all.More:How to Create a Nest at HomeTips for Finishing a Basement or Attic
Shawn Gauthier added this to
If you have a space in your home that’s not being used, perhaps you could convert it into your child’s special study room. Having a personal escape may encourage them to spend time in it.
Alison Hodgson added this to
Here’s another basement corner transformed by a homeowner, who used a clever mix of very basic pieces as well as attractive and stylish ones. Two folding tables offer a lot of workspace and have a surprisingly appealing look. A coat of paint, an armoire and a buffet pulled in for storage, and some thoughtful styling go a long way toward making a practical and pleasing space in which to work.
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Workspace Workspaces are often hard to come by, and if you can designate a corner for one in your basement, you’ll be glad for it. Surprisingly, it doesn’t take much to create a bright and functional zone out of, well, nothing. 1. Furnish and decorate. This basement office room works so well because it really has everything you need. Again, this is essentially a raw basement that has been cleaned up with paint. Two collapsible tables are tucked into a corner to create ample desk space. An antique-style armoire and side table add hefty traditional elements that dress up the zone and offer storage. An area rug warms the painted concrete floor, and the bright task track lighting is layered with the warm glow of a table lamp. The pretty butterfly mobile finishes this space.