This neutral sitting area features a soft ivory chaise lounge, medium grain hardwood floors and several windows that offer ample natural light. A mirrored glass desk paired with a ghost chair provides a small space for a home office.
In the minimalist home office, the design is kept streamlined to spotlight the stunning view out floor-to-ceiling windows. Nesting tables are all glass and a mirrored desk does the neat trick of seeming to disappear.
This striking, contemporary home office space feels as luxurious as it is functional. The glass-top table is the room's most unique feature, with a molecule-inspired brass base. A starburst mirror behind creates an inspirational aura, and personal affects displayed in the custom built-in shelves conjure memories of grand adventures.
When including a work space in your bedroom, forget the basic boring desk that’s often part of a hotel suite. This glass-topped desk was an outlet find by Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer, who paired it with an acrylic Z-shaped accent table from an antiques store. She also saved on the metallic lamp, mirror and glitzy accessories at a home decor discount store.
A tiny, decorative mirror brings a ray of light to this compact-but-open home office. Using a glass top on a desk or table creates more perceived visual open space, adding to the sense of scale in the room. Light floors and walls keep the room feeling bright and expansive.
Dual vessel sinks and mounted LED mirrors are a modern design element of this master bath. A desk area connects the bath to the bedroom, which is also visible through glass behind the sink area. All by design so that ocean views can be enjoyed from any space.
This hallway indention adds usable workspace to the home without cluttering the hall space. A thin white countertop can be used as a desk, or when combined with the framed, horizontal mirror, turned into a vanity area. Three glass candy jars add a touch of color from their contents, and a plastic black barstool creates seating.