Olentangy Falls ~ Delaware, OHTraditional Home Office, Columbus
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Turn your desk into a décor. Not every home comes with an extra room that can be turned into a office, leading some to add a desk to a living room or bedroom. If that’s the case, consider swapping out your desk for one that blends into the room’s current scheme. This unit boasts furniture-like shelves decorated with interesting knickknacks, which distracts the eye from the hardworking function of the desk.
4. Allow for privacy, when required. When having clients in your home, it's important to be able to close off the office from daily household activites for privacy purposes. Here a couple of rustic barn doors are used to both create a nice entrance into the office, but also provides privacy when needed.