Home Office Computer RoomTraditional Home Office, Seattle
Command Central: This room is the renovated home office that was once a small guest room. It is right off the kitchen on the main floor, so it made a great location for the family home office. The cabinetry is the same style and color as the kitchen so one room flows nicely with the next. The countertop is a warm grey limestone with shells and fossils appearing in the stone. The wall behind the desk and in between the wall cabinets is covered with a tack board that is then covered with a burlap material. The deep drawers to the left make a perfect location for long rolls of wrapping paper.
Photography by Northlight Photography.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
If sunlight isn’t a possibility, make sure you have ample lighting otherwise. Of course, large picture windows aren’t available in every home office. Make sure to have a mix of ambient, overhead light and adequate task lighting directly above the desk.
Coordinate your board with the rest of your room. This board fits in well with the neutral color scheme of the room, and its darker color punctuates the depth between the two cabinets. More: Shop Inspiration Boards Craft Rooms 15 Ways To Be More Inspired by Your Studio A Room of Her Own