Natural Light Illuminates Contemporary Home Office With Wooden Desk
This light and bright home office features a spacious wooden desk with metal legs and a brass lamp that sits atop. An orange patterned desk chair adds a pop of color, while a large black and gold bookshelf provides ample room for showcasing books and decorative items.
Mediterranean Home Office Features Dark Wooden Desk
Lined with arched windows, wooden bookshelves and an upholstered bench, this Mediterranean home office easily encourages productivity. In the center of the room, a large dark wooden desk provides additional space for creative projects.
This sleek and functional home office was designed to be a secluded place to work, and so it comes equipped with a dark wood desk, comfortable chairs and built-in bookshelves. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of the lush lawn and fill the space with natural lighting.
The new home office is staged with a traditional wood desk and white upholstered chair on top of a gray and white area rug. Topiaries, old books and a map set the mood for creative exploration, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Pretty Home Office With Wood Desk, Colorful Painting
Natural light illuminates this stylish home office with a modern wood desk that has metal legs and a gray desk chair. Pink tulips are arranged atop the desk, while a gray and white striped upholstered armchair is positioned close by. A blue and tan polka dot painting adds a finishing touch.
Dark walls, chrome lighting and multi-toned window treatments add a sleek dynamic to this contemporary home office. But the showstopper in this room has to be the handcrafted desk with its mix of wood finishes and modern angular shape.
Elegant Home Office Includes Charred Wood Writing Desk
Though at first glance the office at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 appears perfectly traditional, a closer look reveals a charred cedar wood writing desk that offers a bit of destructive, rustic charm. "The design was inspired by the idea that some of the most beautiful pieces of literature, art and design result from destruction," designer Brittany Haines says.