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Home office - contemporary beige floor home office idea in Austin with white walls

Hidden officeContemporary Home Office, Austin

Butterfield Custom Homes, Butter Lutz Interiors
Annika Franco Photography

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jendoeshair wrote:Jan 8, 2014
Patricia Sanchez wrote:Aug 2, 2013
  • loleemba
    Thank you for the information relating to the floors would you have the name and manufacture by chance Thank you
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    Oak & Broad
    Here is a prefinished white oak floor with a Belgian Oil finish. You can see some natural variation in the color.
rigbyjef wrote:Oct 24, 2012
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    Butter Lutz Interiors, LLC
    I didn't purchase it, the customer had that from their last residence.
  • mtaylor75
    It looks like the artwork or a local artist (In Austin, tx) by the name of Rebecca Tewsbury. I love her work. One of her paintings one of her paintings is also on my Wishlist. Hope this helps.
lesliegreffenius wrote:Jul 20, 2012
beancounter7 wrote:Jul 7, 2012
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    Beautiful Remodel llc
    Hi Jeanne, the photo shown is still technically a bifold door, but utilizes two larger doors rather than four smaller, as a double bifold would. I agree its a great look and more practical in certain spaces.

    In order to do this you'll need specialty hardware to handle the larger door sizes. We use Johnson Hardware, and the product for this type of install would be http://johnsonhardware.com/200fd.htm. As for the doors, you should be able to order those from your local door shop. It would be helpful to not only take the sizes of the current opening with you, but also a few photographs showing them what you currently have with regard to the frame etc.

    Best of luck with your project

    Steve
  • beancounter7
    Thank you, Steve!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

alindllc
Allison Lind Interiors added this to 8 Ways to Hide Your Home OfficeDec 19, 2013

The space under a staircase often goes to waste. Turn that empty void (or dark storage cave) into a useful workspace by building out the area with a desk and some customized storage.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

debbie_swoboda
Debbie Swoboda added this to Dillon StreetMay 3, 2019

Maybe another way to hide an office for me in the basement living space and we can close it up so we don’t have to look at it

katylew11
katylew11 added this to Dream HouseSep 9, 2018

If we need to save money we can get rid of a room and put mikes office in a closet.

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