The orange barn door adds a pop of color to the study entry. The bathroom off the study offers sparkle and color, defined as a Jewel Box. The Stachmo Sticks Jazz Glass in Red Hot Mamma From Artistic Tile makes a bold color statement.
A blue accent wall and geometric rug generate a feeling of youth in this stylish, contemporary kid's room. Keeping the space around the white, contemporary desk highly organized creates an ideal space for study and homework.
A study of architect Julia Morgan's work is lightly concealed by sheer curtains at the far end of the guest room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Designer Glenda Flaim selected the artwork as a nod to how people live in home design. "It is contrasting how an architect creates the space and how people live in that space," Flaim says.
Tall Oaks was at one time owned by swing-era bandleader Tommy Dorsey during the height of his career. A gracious host, the mansion accommodated the Dorsey family as well as their celebrity and musician friends. The legendary Dorsey “Blue Room” still hosts his billiard table and piano.
To the left, a large study area -- which could also be used as a home school classroom -- features bookshelves, ergonomically correct chairs, a map and other necessary supplies. On the right, the home's humble entry shows a beautiful wood plank ceiling and frosted sliding glass doors.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed the long front room into a study for Jonathan Gulley. The walls were painted deep gray and a modern ceiling fan and wood laminate floors were installed.
Georgis calls this room "Study in Red," and you can see why. It abounds in claret, burgundy, cerise, Chinese and blood reds. It's meant to evoke the interior of royal abodes, ecclesiastical vicarages and brothels
A custom built-in upholstered bench maximizes space and seating in this eclectic study. The modern white table provides a sleek workspace, while the green shag carpet keeps the room feeling warm and inviting.
A small desk makes for a convenient workspace in this neutral transitional study, which doubles as a guest room. Striped walls add subtle color, while a custom mirror makes the space feel larger and more open.
The kitchen, designed by Chip Wade of HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, has created a lot of elbow room for the Williams family. The curved countertop adds a perfect nook for a rounded kitchen table with room to seat the family. The study area in the corner makes the perfect place for the Williams kids to study and do their homework, while the brick oven and modern appliances make the kitchen any chef's dream.