When the homeowner's son left for college, his outdated bedroom was repurposed and updated for use as both a guest bedroom and a home office. The taupe and cream palette is a handsome, gender-neutral look.
The L-shaped desk and return in this home office designed by Tom Beasley were designed and built to perfectly fit the existing niche. The doors are made with recessed, flat panels painted in a dark ebony, and a modern, cream-painted wood base is a wonderful complement for this elegant partner’s desk.
This chic sitting space starts with a neutral midcentury modern armchair. A small white table and matching bench create a small desk set up. A faux fur throw, tall frosted vases and black based table lamp decorate the space.
Opulence and finery is on display in this cream and blue bedroom, which features a teardrop crystal chandelier, heavy drapes and a velvet chaise. The ceiling's pale blue hue and white molding top off the elegant design. A wall of windows and a claw-foot antique bed with heavy blue and beige bed linens adds to the luxurious feel.
Mirror covering the cabinet doors gives a unique twist on the traditional mirror setting in a vanity. A simple plastic chair blends into the scene in front of the desk area with crystal fringed lamp. A leopard print carpet adds attitude and life to the room. A bright gold chandelier with crystal details hangs above for a feminine finish.
This beautiful neutral armoire is the perfect vintage piece to display corals and coastal accessories. The two glass doors sit above a secretary desk and set of drawers. French windows with floor-length curtains illuminate a blue-legged ottoman with a white upholstered cushion.
Striped white-and-cream wallpaper sets the scene for this sophisticated home office for the lady of the house. Built-in bookshelves flank the window that has lovely views of Boston, while a simple wood desk sits in front.
Coordinating lime green and white file cabinets pop out against the cream walls in this modern teen bedroom. A personalized decal rests above the desk and below the shelving unit to declare the owner of the space.