Your desktop doesn't have to be boring; A few elegant choices can dress up any display. Use a table lamp, like this lamp made of smoke glass and brass, in place of a traditional desk lamp. Pair it with succulents in a pretty planter, and you'll have something beautiful to look at, even when work is stressful.
This light and bright home office features a spacious wooden desk with metal legs and a brass lamp that sits atop. An orange patterned desk chair adds a pop of color, while a large black and gold bookshelf provides ample room for showcasing books and decorative items.
This home office is dripping with unique styles and fixtures that make for one stylish work space. A black lacquered desk is paired with a brown mullion glass door curio cabinet. The brass fixtures on the cabinet tie in the brass light fixture and metallic desk lamp.
Hummingbird artwork and a pink rock crystal lamp are conversation pieces in this eclectic, feminine office space. A modern desk features a white lacquered top and a brass base that amps up the glam factor. The entire space is infused with the homeowner's personality.
This modern office nook is located in a light and bright section of the home's kitchen. A floating white cabinet is positioned above the matching desk, while a brass lamp sits atop the desk to match the cabinet's hardware. A white chair provides a comfortable spot for working.
This chic home office was designed with both masculine and feminine appeal in mind. Gorgeous linen drapes lined with greek key trim and lamps with plum-colored shades balance out the oversized traditional writing desk desk and mohair armchair chair. Touches of green and bright brass are a constant throughout the space, tying the design together.
A modern dresser with clean lines does double duty as a nightstand, offering easy-access bedside storage. A traditional style desk lamp on top has an adjustable body with a matte black finish, antique brass accent and metal matte black shade.
This Manhattan library starts with luxurious leather floor tiles on the walls and is finished with rich furnishings. An early 20th century French brass lamp sits on a Chinoiserie desk inlaid with bone. The red velvet sofas are designed after an antique the designer saw in Paris and have a custom trapunto back.
The tone-on-tone, neutral design scheme of this home office makes the room feel even larger than it really is. Light sources abound, including recessed lighting, track lighting, a contemporary light fixture, a table lamp and large windows. The brass and glass desk takes up minimal visual space and is a key design element in the room.