Orange, orange everywhere and not a bit of beige in sight in this home office. Five desks have been painted orange, sawed in half and mounted to a wall in the same shade of orange. They serve as work space and shelves, and they maximize a small space.
An unusual, orange home office makes playful use of small side tables to create shelving against one wall. Blue accents and a floral rug complete the room. A chandelier hangs overhead, while a vase of peacock feathers and unique art adds interesting detail to the room.
In this quirky home office, stacked tables and desks in varying styles serve as a unique built-in display and storage system. Designer Brian Patrick Flynn cut the tables in half, spray painted them with three different shades of orange, attached them to one another, and affixed them to the wall with drywall screws placed directly into studs. He painted the walls a terra-cotta tone called Clay Pot and chose a blue desk chair for contrast.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
A vibrant painting filled with loops and swirls inspires the color palette for this home office. An orange base is used for the desk, and an airy, green blown-glass lamp echoes the whimsy of the artwork.
This stark, clean office was designed for minimal clutter and minimal distractions. The high window allows natural light in without compromising concentration. The pops of orange and black add just enough interest to keep your eyes moving around the space.