Floating shelves, streamlined cabinetry, subtle color blocking and fumed oak flooring combine for a minimalist, yet striking, workspace. The acrylic chair lets the gaze pass through rather than interrupt the unbroken flow of white.
The high ceiling with warm wood panels creates a loft-feel to this contemporary home office. A mahogany desk, brown leather armchair and dark green desk lamp add a masculine vibe to the space, while surrounding clerestory windows lighten the room.
With a built-in desk, sleek shelving and a comfortable sofa, this cozy nook doubles as a home office and library. Contemporary wood paneling adds warmth to the space, and fun floral wallpaper adds pizzazz.
A vintage American schoolhouse table from the 1920s is repurposed as the desk in this study. A black leather Eames chair, simple linen Roman shades and box-shaped lamps ensure the neutral transitional room retains a masculine feel.
A lovely wood paneled ceiling makes this home office loft feel large and bright. Surrounding clerestory windows bring in natural light, and above, a couple small spotlights brighten the workspace. A dark wood desk pairs with a brown swivel armchair to create an efficient at-home work area that also features built-in bookshelves and storage cabinets.
With its rich-wood cabinetry and blended accessories, this full wall of built-in shelves creates a masculine yet stylish study. The contemporary drum-shade pendant light and desk complements the more traditional design of the custom wall unit.
A built-in wood desk extends to the ceiling in this cozy office nook, and matching wood paneling covers the length of the ceiling. A sleek wall of shelving coordinates with the paneling, and fun floral wallpaper serves as the backdrop.
This rustic cabin is filled with warm wood tones and windows with spectacular views. Wooden paneling gives the walls an outdoor feel, with natural bench and colorful high-back chairs for working or reading.
Unfinished wood panels give texture and visual interest to this art or homework nook equipped with a built-in desk and stools. A wire hung between the walls is an easy (and flexible!) place to pin up drying artwork or favorite creations.
This boy's bedroom, once a bland, cluttered space, received a stylish baseball-themed makeover. A pair of 3-inch panels that had once been attached to the closet were replaced with Cascade Coil Drapery panels, which gave the room addition space for homework desk and shelves. For extra storage, a wooden dresser was built into the closet.
Pattern and texture bring layers of interest to this small and functional home office, from the herringbone wood floors to the paneled accent wall. A red desk chair stands out as the main hit of color in the clean, modern space.
The L-shaped desk and return in this home office designed by Tom Beasley were designed and built to perfectly fit the existing niche. The doors are made with recessed, flat panels painted in a dark ebony, and a modern, cream-painted wood base is a wonderful complement for this elegant partner’s desk.
A small, Scandinavian-style writing desk tucks neatly into a corner of a staircase. The slim profile of the desk and the chair -- a dining chair instead of traditional office chair -- keeps the setup streamlined enough that it doesn't feel out of place in this foyer. The white desktop provides a nice contrast to the dark wood beadboard paneling.