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Arts District Loft
Arts District Loft
Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
Downtown Los Angeles organic modern bachelor pad. Layering and textured surfaces warm up this concrete loft in the Arts District. Photo credit: Josh Shadid
Amagansett Beach Retreat
Amagansett Beach Retreat
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
Home office - coastal built-in desk home office idea in New York
Home Office
Home Office
Not Vanilla Interiors LLC
As a basement home office, lighting was crucial in this design. There are multiple levels of lighting, with overhead semi-surface mounted drum shades, wall sconces, and a desk lamp. Custom designed file cabinets with cushions also act as ottomans for guest seating and reclining at chair. Custom monitor stand matches the quarter sawn mahagonay desk tops. This home office has a reading nook with leather chair for alternate seating outside of the Aeron task chair. Photo credits go to Not Vanilla Interiors.
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Amaya
Amaya
Modern Craft Construction, LLC
Example of a mid-sized trendy built-in desk medium tone wood floor and brown floor home office design in Dallas with beige walls and no fireplace
Creative Home Studio
Creative Home Studio
Samantha Pattillo LLC
We had a great time styling all of the quirky decorative objects and artwork on the shelves and throughout the office space. Great way to show off the awesome personalities of the group. - Photography by Anne Simone
Tonka Bay (Lake Minnetonka) Addition
Tonka Bay (Lake Minnetonka) Addition
John Kraemer & Sons
A recent John Kraemer & Sons project on Lake Minnetonka's Gideon's Bay in the city of Tonka Bay, MN. Architecture: RDS Architects Interiors: Brandi Hagen of Eminent Interior Design Photography: Jon Huelskamp of Landmark Photography
A Collector’s Paradise
A Collector’s Paradise
CG&S Design-Build
Design by Mark Lind | Project Management by Jim Venable | Photography by Paul Finkel | This library features red oak floors and shelves, a steel accent plate, Behr "Roasted Pepper" paint, storage cabinets installed beneath the stair, and a rolling library ladder.
Wellborn Cabinet Estate Series
Wellborn Cabinet Estate Series
Wellborn Cabinet, Inc.
Whether you use it once a month to pay bills or every day to conference with people across the globe, your home office needs to be functional, beautiful and efficient. This home office by Wellborn Cabinet was designed with the entire family in mind, with an adjustable height for multiple screens and multiple kid-friendly accessories. the Venice door style is displayed on the center upper cabinetry above the monitors in Cherry with a Shale Java stain. The rest of the cabinetry in this office is the Geneva door style in Maple with the newly launched Olive paint. The combination of colors was achieved by the leading color Olive accompanied by Shale Java with light accents of the soft brass hardware.
Aviator Apartments Clubhouse
Aviator Apartments Clubhouse
Stephanie Schulke
Large minimalist built-in desk porcelain tile study room photo in Denver with gray walls and no fireplace
Closets
Closets
JAV Remodeling
Example of a large trendy built-in desk dark wood floor and brown floor study room design in DC Metro with gray walls and no fireplace
A Stunning Transformation - In Scotts Valley
A Stunning Transformation - In Scotts Valley
Lewis Design-Build-Remodel
Example of a mid-sized minimalist freestanding desk medium tone wood floor study room design in San Francisco with blue walls
Home Office Redefined
Home Office Redefined
Perceptions Interiors
This once traditional bedroom received a modern update by the team at Perceptions. Transforming this space into a corporate hub was no small feat! Sliding glass doors create a work out nook to house the family's bulky treadmill. A multi-function media wall helps the homeowners keep up with world events, while a sleek walnut table serves as a conference center for meetings. When hosting visitors cozy seating and a comfy sleeper sofa instantly transform the space into a visitors retreat.
My Home Office
My Home Office
bwahacker
The third floor of my house is converted into my office. Read the web site link for way more information than you could possibly want.
Home office - eclectic home office idea in Boston
Sports Den Man Cave
Sports Den Man Cave
Thinkterior LLC
THEME A passion for sports that never grows up, never grows old and never tires is at the heart of this room. Designed as a den/office for a radio sports talent who’s life work revolves around stats, scores, free agents and athletes, the room ensures that its owner is surrounded by the teams and games he loves, with room for storage, a desk, a computer station and some personal accents. FOCUS Four baseball stadium seats procured from the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit, repainted with a faux wood grain look and personalized with each member of the family’s name give the room a true sports feel. Favorite team jerseys as well as team logos — painted tan to match the overall look of the room — highlight the space. Large wall towers divide the room into three distinct spaces. The central area houses two TV monitors and a hidden computer system, while the other two areas display oversized family photos in sepia tone prints and custom, matching frames. The towers, which provide storage, were purchased at Pottery Barn, and already in the room. To make them more functional, height was added to bring them to the ceiling, and the room’s crown molding is taken around each tower’s top to create a seamless flow. STORAGE The creation of the towers gives the room plenty of useful storage, including display areas, multiple shelves, and a place to hide computer accessories and office supplies. GROWTH The room can easily change over time as new sports memorabilia and family photos are added or switched out. SAFETY All wires for the monitors and computer system are hidden within the wall and inside the storage towers. Power running to digital frames dedicated to particular teams is hidden within the walls.
Home Office
Home Office
Not Vanilla Interiors LLC
As a basement home office, lighting was crucial in this design. There are multiple levels of lighting, with overhead semi-surface mounted drum shades, wall sconces, and a desk lamp. Custom designed file cabinets with cushions also act as ottomans for guest seating and reclining at chair. Custom monitor stand matches the quarter sawn mahagonay desk tops. This home office has a reading nook with leather chair for alternate seating outside of the Aeron task chair. Photo credits go to Not Vanilla Interiors.
Chester Residence First Floor Renovation
Chester Residence First Floor Renovation
John R. Schroeder, AIA
Photo by Jody Dole This charming farmhouse sits atop a grassy hill overlooking a serene Connecticut River Estuary. The new design reformulated the first floor plan making it much more functional and visually exciting. It encompassed the reorganization of multiple spaces including the Mudroom, Kitchen, Dining Room, Family Room, Sun Room, Laundry, Bathroom, and Master Closet. The design also added, deleted, and relocated windows and French doors to greatly enhance exterior views, draw in more natural light, and seamlessly upgrade the articulation of exterior elevations. Improvements to the plumbing and mechanical systems were also made. The overall feeling is both sophisticated and yet very much down to earth. John R. Schroeder, AIA is a professional design firm specializing in architecture, interiors, and planning. We have over 30 years experience with projects of all types, sizes, and levels of complexity. Because we love what we do, we approach our work with enthusiasm and dedication. We are committed to the highest level of design and service on each and every project. We engage our clients in positive and rewarding collaborations. We strive to exceed expectations through our attention to detail, our understanding of the “big picture”, and our ability to effectively manage a team of design professionals, industry representatives, and building contractors. We carefully analyze budgets and project objectives to assist clients with wise fund allocation. We continually monitor and research advances in technology, materials, and construction methods, both sustainable and otherwise, to provide a responsible, well-suited, and cost effective product. Our design solutions are highly functional using both innovative and traditional approaches. Our aesthetic style is flexible and open, blending cues from client desires, building function, site context, and material properties, making each project unique, personalized, and enduring.
Full time home office
Full time home office
Leslie Cohen Design
Elegant home office photo in San Diego
Contemporary Home Office
Contemporary Home Office
Inspiration for a contemporary home office remodel in Orlando
Sports Den Man Cave
Sports Den Man Cave
Thinkterior LLC
THEME A passion for sports that never grows up, never grows old and never tires is at the heart of this room. Designed as a den/office for a radio sports talent who’s life work revolves around stats, scores, free agents and athletes, the room ensures that its owner is surrounded by the teams and games he loves, with room for storage, a desk, a computer station and some personal accents. FOCUS Four baseball stadium seats procured from the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit, repainted with a faux wood grain look and personalized with each member of the family’s name give the room a true sports feel. Favorite team jerseys as well as team logos — painted tan to match the overall look of the room — highlight the space. Large wall towers divide the room into three distinct spaces. The central area houses two TV monitors and a hidden computer system, while the other two areas display oversized family photos in sepia tone prints and custom, matching frames. The towers, which provide storage, were purchased at Pottery Barn, and already in the room. To make them more functional, height was added to bring them to the ceiling, and the room’s crown molding is taken around each tower’s top to create a seamless flow. STORAGE The creation of the towers gives the room plenty of useful storage, including display areas, multiple shelves, and a place to hide computer accessories and office supplies. GROWTH The room can easily change over time as new sports memorabilia and family photos are added or switched out. SAFETY All wires for the monitors and computer system are hidden within the wall and inside the storage towers. Power running to digital frames dedicated to particular teams is hidden within the walls.
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