A pass-through space between the kitchen and living room is put to full use as a functional home office. Dark wood pops against the white walls, while a leather desk chair complements the home's terra cotta tile flooring.
With a reconfigured floor plan, the once a small kitchen gained a functional desk area. Perfect for kids to do homework or parents to pay bills, the office area has plenty of storage to keep paperwork organized.
The kitchen flows freely into the home, where a double-sided partner’s desk is perfect for the homeowners' needs. The space also works as a homework area, complete with oak cabinetry that stores shoes and backpacks.
In large rooms, pay close attention to the shape, size and scale of any featured artwork. When small subjects are placed across a generously sized room, they lose their impact and appear more as visual clutter than a focal point. Here, in the multipurpose workspace located off the kitchen, an oversized fiberglass Trojan horse grounds the space and creates a focal point from across the great room.
This transitional home office area reflects the condo owner's love of mixing vintage elements, such as the unfinished table, together with newer pieces.This 800 square foot project added the office to an open kitchen and family room while maintaining a sophisticated, cozy feel suitable for entertaining guests.
This designated spot for homework and bills keeps clutter out of the kitchen. The built-in desk and upper cabinets provide plenty of storage for filing, art supplies and mail. A lantern pendant light and porcelain tile floors add polished style to the space.
With 6000 square feet of living space, the house is plenty comfortable. And there's an additional 6,000 square feet in the property's top-of-the-line horse barn that includes an office, kitchen and full bathroom.
Aside from the kitchen, Chris planned to spend the least amount of money on his second bedroom, which would be used as an office. Taking the advice of a designer friend, he had the room painted in a blue-grey tone from Sherwin-Williams called Krypton and had custom draperies in a modern print made from a clearance bin fabric at $11.99 per yard. Since his laptop is pretty much the only thing he needs to work from home, the room was simply furnished with a vintage desk picked up from an antique market for $600 and paired with a black woven grass chair from IKEA that was $59. To soften the area underfoot, he installed FLOR tiles in a striped pattern, alternating each tile for a parquet look.
This warm-colored kitchen, dominated by wood-on-wood textures follows the same rules of space management that work so well in Kalyn’s office: smooth surfaces, simple colors and a very effective use of storage. Throw in a cool, white countertop and a marble backsplash for good measure, and the perfect kitchen can be as easy as 1-2-3.
This family-friendly kitchen features a large island topped by a row of beautiful and functional pendant lights. A built-in desk puts the home office right at the heart of the house, and a walk-in pantry is ultra-convenient. Transom windows and crown molding are traditional architectural details that fit the style of the house.
Before the makeover, this kitchen was closed off to the dining room, living room and home office. The new kitchen is more open and spacious, with a functional layout and is designed around the center island for cooking and entertaining.
This family of five needed a kitchen that fit their active lifestyle. The main goal of the kitchen remodel was to create an open plan that flows into the dining room and home office. Slate tile flooring and shared cabinetry connects the kitchen and home office, which also functions as the kids' homework center.
This kitchen features a small office area and playful dining nook for additional functionality. Traditional walnut cabinetry, a classic wood dining table and a vintage-style light fixture combine with contemporary artwork and a sleek orange banquette for a transitional look.