Before the renovation, the Struves were running their graphic design business from an open air loft with no noise canceling features, but with Chip and his team's design, the Struves now have a home office that is sound proof. It has many modern, stylish features that show their creative side and a wonderful conference table to entertain prospective clients.
The Struve residence after the home office renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade. Before the renovation, the Struves were running their graphic design business out of a small open air loft which had no noise canceling features and was only accessible through their bedroom. As part of the renovation, Chip Wade created a full home office complete with four walls to cancel out any distracting noise, convertible desks, a conference table (pictured), hidden storage, a separate entrance to the office and fun modern furnishings, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
A contemporary farmhouse inspired conference table provides ample sitting space for meetings or workspace to lay out that important project beneath elegant round copper pendant lights in this chic office. A yellow accent wall adds weight to the sitting room area.
In the conference room, a large concrete table adds texture to the space. Around it, rest six natural saddle cab arm chairs that add warmth to the space, but also provide a comfortable place for designers and clients to discuss ideas and close deals. Decorating the walls of this space, two 17th Century Portuguese paintings hang proudly on the white wall, while a 20th Century portrait adorns the exposed brick.
The homeowner required a fairly large dining space that would function as a conference table when necessary. Additional seating is tucked away throughout the loft so an impromptu meeting is no-problem.
What interior designer's home would be complete without a meeting room? Equipped with three gold bookshelves and a large conference table, this space easily allows Raegan Ford to conduct meetings with clients, sketch or plan her next big project.
A bright, multicolor rug is complemented by burnt orange chairs and a large blue and white painting in this contemporary conference room. A trio of industrial-style chandeliers with exposed light bulbs hang above a sleek, wood conference table adding a funky flair.
Encompassed almost entirely in glass, this contemporary conference room uses minimalism and sleek lines to create a calming and cool environment for meetings or solitary project work. A large contemporary conference table and office chairs with striking lines work effortlessly on an understated graphic area rug.
The table in this library is nestled between two book shelves. The steel doors allow in light to the space, which gives homeowners the perfect place to read. This space could also serve as a conference table or an elegant, unorthodox space to have an intimate dinner party.
Designer Jason Mitchell's second floor office features this "meeting" area dominated by a striking, sculptural marble-topped table with cast bronze base great for a desk or conference table and a curved settee and two Charles Rennie Mackintosh chairs. Adding to the chic, modern ambiance, is an abstract work by William Stoehr.
The outbuilding of this historic Los Feliz home is multifunctional. The ground floor of the building plays host to the garage, which contains the family's collection of cars, while the second floor is home to the family's library, which is complete with reading nooks, a bathroom, a conference table and storage areas.
Using a strong color on a dividing wall creates a confident accent without overpowering the calm of this contemporary office. Open spacing between the wall and the ceiling provides room for additional lighting and forms a horizontal line beneath the slanting ceiling. Additional fixtures complement the sleek and contemporary chairs and conference table.