With so much going on for this designer, it’s vital to have a place where she can sit, plan and decide what to work on next. And if that place also happens to be a beautiful combination of serenity and style, then so much the better. In a corner of the first floor, Breegan has carved out an office space. In her signature palette of black and white, the office features a modern secretary with plenty of storage.
The large number of cabinets and drawers in the laundry room provide storage space for various laundry and pet supplies. The laundry room also offers lots of counterspace for folding clothes and getting household tasks done.
Tucked in a corner of a neutral contemporary master suite, this custom work desk plus shelving unit is packed with books but doesn't feel messy or crowded. Grouping books by colors helps create a system that feels organized and clean.
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that needed to be opened up and integrated to make the space more usable for a modern day family. In the kitchen, a board-and-batten wall creates a mudroom and built-in workspace.
Briana and Buzz like to use the 8-by-10-foot upstairs landing of their loft primarily as Buzz's workspace; however, it needs to allow room for guests to sleep on the floor with air mattresses. By keeping the space utilitarian and mobile, Buzz can work in a clutter-free space that can easily be changed up to accommodate up to three overnight guests at a time.