This rustic-modern study is awash in soft tones of gray and brown. Gray paint swathes the walls, shelves and trim, creating harmony and a feeling of restfulness. Modern elements like the spare fireplace, minimal furniture arrangement and recessed lighting blend with natural wood accents to give the space a homey charm.
This modern nook was created as a study space for kids. The room boasts excellent lighting and custom cabinets to keep school supplies and files organized. The high-gloss cabinets and crisp white walls accomplish the modern look the homeowner desired.
Traditional architectural details become modern when midnight black paint covers the ceiling, trim and walls. A white lacquered desk provides contrast, as do the pale hardwood floors and white window treatments.
A deep coffered ceiling in the hall expands to a higher ceiling with exposed beams at the opening to the study. A computer desk with built in bookshelf and mint green office chairs creates a calm work environment while a natural wood activities table and leather sofa expand the options for the room.
Height and symmetry bring drama to this contemporary vignette, which uses texture and line to pack a visual punch. Contemporary artwork is hung in a vertical arrangement, emphasizing the room's height. White walls give the space a clean, modern feel.
Touches of whimsy keep this dark, traditional study from taking itself seriously. A modern, ethereal photograph is juxtaposed with collected antiquities displayed on rough-hewn shelves. A contemporary take on a Greek key pattern is playful when paired with a Louis XIV fauteuil chair.
A contemporary blue, white and gold study is adorned with blue chaises from Bjork Studio and custom blue and gold pillows with fabric from Holland & Sherry. The round Halcyon chandelier by Kelly Wearstler dazzles with its mix of quartz and brass while a serpentine mirror by Rose Tarlow ensnares a fireplace. The study by J. Wheeler Designs was part of the 2017 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse.
A mod white pendant light from Ikea creates cool shadow play on the citron green ceiling of this fun, contemporary playroom. The room serves as a study and hangout for young adults, with fun fabrics, efficient storage and plenty of space to play, work and relax.
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.
A white desk and matching tulip chair create a dedicated study area in this teen bedroom. Robin's-egg-blue walls are a vibrant backdrop for the white furniture and desk accessories. A custom-made bulletin board lends a tropical vibe with its bamboo frame and grass-cloth surface.
Light blue paint covers the walls in this colorful, sophisticated kids' study with a large modern pendant light. Vibrant floral print armchairs provide comfy space to read, or lounge with homework on the tufted orange sofa.
The chairs in this dramatic, transitional-style office are custom-designed and covered in mohair, while the walls are painted chocolate brown. Design tip: Modern art in a traditional room creates a visual contrast in the design that keeps things interesting.
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.
This traditional study is layered with texture, creating a warm, comfortable space its users can sink right into. A clean-lined, bench cushion sofa tucks into a niche in the built-in bookshelves, with swing-arm lamps that turn the spot into a cozy reading nook. A chaise longue adds a modern touch that's softened by its lived-in leather upholstery.