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London apartment for LLI DesignTransitional Home Office, London

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Study room - mid-sized transitional built-in desk study room idea in London with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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kmedwards7 wrote:Dec 22, 2014
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    Weaver Design Inc.

    Did anyone find out what this wallpaper is called? Love it!

  • Lucie

    Would it be possible to get the color and the name of the wallpaper? Looks so nice!

Leanne Robertson wrote:Nov 8, 2015
  • josetteschwartz

    Hi, I really like the free floating desk. Where can I get a custom made look like this?

    Thank you,


  • Leanne Robertson

    I think everything is from Ikea. The desk top looks like it's from the Linnmon series. The smaller shelves on the wall are 11 3/4" Lack shelves. The drawer units under the desk are from the Alex series. You can see these at Ikea.com.

caoaten wrote:Apr 14, 2015
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    Alex Maguire Photography

    You'd have to ask LLI Design, who are on Houzz, who were the designers.


  • memlet

    Where is the wallpaper from?

Rachel Gross wrote:Aug 28, 2016
croig wrote:Apr 2, 2015
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    Alex Maguire Photography

    You'd have to ask LLI Design, who are on Houzz, who were the designers.



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Jo Simmons added this to Think You Haven’t Got Space for a Home Office?Dec 5, 2016

Aim for a good fit. This home office demonstrates how a good-sized work area, storage and shelves can all fit neatly in a compact footprint. The trick is to keep the desktop fairly shallow and choose a shelf-style desk, rather than a free-standing design. This makes better use of space and clears the area below for drawers. Sticking to white furniture in a white room helps reduce the visual impact of this workstation too.

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Annie M added this to New BuildJun 2, 2019

Wall to wall desk with floating shelves

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