Menlo ParkModern Home Office, San Francisco

Eric Rorer

Minimalist freestanding desk carpeted home office photo in San Francisco with gray walls —  Houzz
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Karen Heffernan wrote:November 19, 2012
  • ericdostal
    where is the monorail lighting from?
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    Ruth Livingston Studio
    I get my lighting fro Light Express in San Rafael.
    Ask for Justyna!
abello350 wrote:August 17, 2018
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    Ruth Livingston Studio

    You can order this & similar Flexible Track Lighting from Light Express in San Rafael (415)459-1261. They have the expertise & great customer service!

Rachelle wrote:July 19, 2015
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    Ruth Livingston Studio

    Final Touch: Address: 5625 State Farm Dr # 27, Rohnert Park, CA 94928

    Phone:(707) 584-3899

theamarrie wrote:November 19, 2014
billhorine wrote:March 13, 2014
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    Ruth Livingston Studio
    Atlas is the manufacturer and they are available at Pacific Sales in San Rafael, California.
mjb377 wrote:November 3, 2013
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    Ruth Livingston Studio
    The desk is an old wood desk our client had purchased years ago. We had it custom lacquered in a color I chose. My commitment to sustainability, often results in refurbishing, or giving an old quality item a new look.
loriaterrell wrote:June 19, 2013
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    Ruth Livingston Studio
    Hi Lori,
    These are custom made file cabinets in an Ecowood Walnut veneer. There's a quartz counter top over.
    Given sufficient information, I'd be happy to provide you a quote for a similar installation or another design.
    Ruth
The Wry Home wrote:May 16, 2013
Radiah E. wrote:October 28, 2012
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    Ruth Livingston Studio
    The walls are a Benjamin Moore light taupe & the cabinets, as well as the entire desk were professionally lacquered in our cabinetry shop.
robertamalickson wrote:October 20, 2012

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Victoria Villeneuve added this to Design Through the Decades: The 1990sSeptember 23, 2019

Home OfficeThe term telecommuting was coined by former NASA engineer Jack Nilles during the 1970s oil crisis as he looked for a solution to traffic, sprawl and dependence on finite resources. It was a pie-in-the-sky idea, though, until the rise of the computer and the internet. Telecommuting began to permeate the national conversation in 1990 with Clean Air Act amendments, which required certain employers to cut worker commute times, and the Federal Flexible Workplace Pilot Project, an assessment that found many benefits to allowing government employees to work off-site. The hunt for a workspace at home was on.This dedicated office, in a San Francisco Bay Area house designed by Ruth Livingston Studio, gets down to business. Clean lines, soothing colors and uncluttered surfaces make for a Zen-like space that minimizes distractions. An old L-shaped wooden desk with a new lacquer finish matches the upper cabinetry, which balances closed storage and open display space. Below, a quartz counter covers floating file cabinets faced with a reconstituted walnut veneer. Flexible track lighting and an ergonomic Aeron chair complete the picture.Shop for track lighting on Houzz

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Anne Colby added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Hardworking Home OfficeJanuary 16, 2015

All business. This contemporary Menlo Park, California, home office — by Ruth Livingston Studio — has a streamlined design that means business. The large desk with return (the owner’s old wood desk, custom lacquered) offers lots of room for spreading out. Against the back wall, custom-made upper cabinets with open display space and floating lower file cabinets allow for plenty of storage. Monorail lighting illuminates the work area, an Aeron chair provides ergonomic seating, and there’s room for a guest.Do you have a serious workspace to share? Post your pictures and tell us how it works for you.See the rest of this house

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jspann added this to ISLES-StudyNovember 5, 2019

This dedicated office, in a San Francisco Bay Area house designed by Ruth Livingston Studio, gets down to business. Clean lines, soothing colors and uncluttered surfaces make for a Zen-like space that minimizes distractions. An old L-shaped wooden desk with a new lacquer finish matches the upper cabinetry, which balances closed storage and open display space. Below, a quartz counter covers floating file cabinets faced with a reconstituted walnut veneer. Flexible track lighting and an ergonomic Aeron chair complete the picture.

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Re-do Office~Colors & clean Lines around walls

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janhunteruhl added this to NCB LR, BDRM, BKRM - Nice SpacesNovember 4, 2019

Wall hanging file drawers behind desk.

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