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Example of a small trendy built-in desk dark wood floor study room design in Atlanta with gray walls and no fireplace

Morningside RenovationContemporary Home Office, Atlanta

Example of a small trendy built-in desk dark wood floor study room design in Atlanta with gray walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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sharona9000 wrote:Feb 16, 2013
  • jonistarr
    What material and color is the desk counter?
  • Rebecca & Jesse Bratz

    Where can I get the shelving brackets?

kreppucci wrote:Oct 9, 2014
billdyl wrote:Sep 30, 2013
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    Mark Williams Design Associates
    We created this for our client out of a closet just like you mentioned!
  • billdyl
    very cool, I will be doing a similar application off my kitchen
Wendi Glass wrote:Oct 9, 2014
kladams wrote:Oct 1, 2014
aemolina wrote:Nov 27, 2015
    Upgrade Properties LLC wrote:Apr 2, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Kitcheneering added this to Ask These 8 Questions to Get Your Family Organizing Station RightOct 16, 2017

      5. What size makes sense for our family? This is where your list of critical tasks and items takes center stage, as they will help you determine the size you need. For instance, a child working on three hours of homework every night will need more space (and better seating) than an adult glancing through recipes or jotting down a few notes once per week or paying monthly bills. (Though, keep in mind that if what you really need is a homework station for your kids, that’s a different project than a family organizing center.) A simple space for a laptop and some files on overhead shelves will require less space than a wide writing surface, a place for the family calendar and separate cubbies for every child’s important papers. Again, as mentioned in the previous point, it’s important to put your family organizing station in a central location that everyone can access. If that choice limits the space available, that’s ok — you can make it work.

      Laura Gaskill added this to Carve Out a Neat Little NookAug 21, 2014

      Small nooks in the kitchen can be quite useful — the key is to have something built to fit the space precisely. Here a small desk and shelving come together to create a handy command station for dropping mail or working on a laptop.

      Amber Hopman added this to Enter the Office NookJan 28, 2014

      During the renovation of this 1920s bungalow, Williams relocated the staircase and positioned this little desk nook in its place. Perfectly located between the kitchen and the dining room, it’s a great place for knocking out a to-do list yet still staying in on the action.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Alison Bates-Church added this to KitchenMay 7, 2019

      Don’t know if this is possible but a small space to keep mail, a cork board, a calendar, etc would be awesome!!

      M Ewing added this to Office & Built-inMay 5, 2019

      Like the concept of having somewhere to drop purse, keys, put returns, etc. Would want it to be much higher quality.

      cesesch added this to BeachhouseMar 4, 2019

      small desk area in ground floor rec room

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