To make the blues in the space pop, designers added these cool pink and black ottomans. These vintage pieces help to brighten the space, while adding a little bit of girly glam, showcasing the homeowner's personality.
To make this writing room feel comfortable for the girls, designers added plush furniture in the space, including these black and pink patterned ottomans that add a glamorous, girly touch to the space.
In this writing room, designers blended vintage items, such as the bookcase and end tables, with newer, more modern furniture to give the space a comfortable, inviting feeling perfect for letting inspiration flow. On the wall, several concert posters and an autographed guitar hang prominently-a nod to the homeowner's part in a country music duo.
In this writing room, designers blended vintage items, such as the bookcase and end tables, with newer, more modern furniture to give the space a comfortable, inviting feeling perfect for letting inspiration flow. On the wall, an autographed guitar hangs prominently-a nod to the homeowner's part in a country music duo.
This Nashville homeowner is one member of an up-and-coming music duo who desired a writing room where she and her partner could retreat and create beautiful music. This space was perfect for such an oasis because of all the windows that let in tons of natural light, making the space bright, warm and inviting.
A small niche in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 family room perfectly fits a writing desk and built-in shelving. The honeyed tone of the writing desk offer warm contrast to the cool, chocolate-colored grasscloth walls.
A writing desk in the corner of a living room makes a workspace that welcomes, thanks to the natural light coming in through the windows. Grasscloth wallpaper and rust-red walls provide texture and warmth.
In this open plan neutral dining room, a whimsical chalkboard on the wall provides the perfect spot for writing up the menu. Boldly patterned black and white curtains add visual interest without taking over the space.
Crisp white walls and two skylights transform this master suite into a light and airy retreat. Because the room is so spacious, the designers were also able to pull in a vintage writing desk, velvet armchair and a large gray sectional with a matching ottoman.
Making the most of the space, a small writing desk pulls double duty as bedside table while a Panton-inspired S chair and chunk vintage lamp add sculptural flair to their corner of the room. Quirky illustrations feel casual and relaxed when grouped together and leaned against the wall - they also highlight the room's high-energy color palette.
The finishes and textiles in this master bedroom suite are luxurious but neutral, allowing the bright tropical views beyond the picture windows to reign supreme. The suite features rich architectural details and multiple areas for living, including a sitting room, reading spot and writing desk. Arched openings tie in with the home's architecture.
This conservatory-style room boasts a deep green wall and ceiling color inspired by the lush plants that fill the space. A writing desk tucked in the corner takes advantage of the natural light that streams through the adjacent windows. A vintage white armchair and sheer curtains help to break up the green space.
Give yourself permission to move furniture, artwork and accessories among rooms on a whim. Just because you bought that armchair for the living room doesn't mean it won't look great anchoring a sitting area in your bedroom. And try perching a little-used dining-room table in front of a pretty window, top it with buffet lamps and other accessories, and press it into service as a beautiful writing desk or library table.
A neutral palette is enhanced by accents in black and cream. Warm colors of rust and gold add visual interest and color to the space, while an elegant area rug with French writing provides a focal point. A built in entertainment center on the far wall anchors the space and provides ample display room for colorful accessories and books.
Pattern doesn't have to mean an uproar of color. In this tropical-inspired bedroom, graphic wallpaper envelopes the room in a subtle elegance. A transitional love seat positioned at the end of the bed creates an offbeat seating area. The tall cornice box calls for larger nightstands – in this case, a chest of drawers and writing desk.