Sometimes necessity brings about the best and most creative ideas. A shortage of space is an inspiring dilemma with potentially great results. In order to make use of absolutely every available space in her apartment, online lifestyle editor Briana turned the open space under the stairs into a home office. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn.
Home Office Features Greek Key Rug, Yellow Accents and Upholstered Bookcases
A Greek Key rug cushions the hardwood floor under a chrome framed wood desk. A striped chair and a pair of framed patterns add cheery yellow accents to the neutral and gray base tones. Upholstered bookshelves with nailhead trim add style and function.
The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor, so the unique structural system becomes a part of the design renovation. For the home office, a floating desk looks out through a picturesque window. A bright orange chair brings a burst of color to the space.
The contemporary home office serves as a bright and bold jewel box at the front of the home where the entire family can gather and let the creative juices flow. A coffered ceiling nods to traditional style, while the oversized geometric light fixture adds a modern touch.
Light and Bright Home Office With Teal Velvet Sofa and Built-In Desk
Large windows allow natural light to illuminate this home office, showing off the wall-to-wall built in desk and natural wood floors. A sitting area features a teal velvet sofa and metal coffee table, while a wooden ceiling fan is positioned above.
This award winning custom writing desk involved 5 separate tradesmen to produce and is made up of onyx, acrylic, steel and fiberoptic. The writing table sits on top of a beautiful custom cowhide area rug bound with dark leather .
Windows surrounding two sides of the room and additional windows up high flood this contemporary home office with natural light. The windows also open to usher in fresh sea air. This waterfront home in Newport Beach, California, features white-painted, airy rooms and a contemporary design with Cape Cod-inspired details.
Contemporary Home Office Features Greek Key Area Rug & Sleek Wood Desk
A textural finish on the wall encompasses the design at room level while a lighter wall section and dark ceiling add beautiful levels of contrast. A sleek wood desk with a chrome frame and yellow and gray striped chair create a stylish workspace facing the bright natural light from the glass door.
Seattle Houseboat: Home Office With Wraparound Windows
Waiting for the big idea to strike? There's plenty to inspire in this airy, bright workspace. Everything you need is here: comfortable seating, generous (yet subtle) storage ... and you can't beat the view from that office window.
Comfortable Armchair in Masculine, Contemporary Home Office
A mix of patterns and textures creates visual interest and tactile appeal in this contemporary meets masculine home office. A grid-patterned armchair and ottoman pair with a navy-and-white plaid rug, while the entire room features gray grasscloth wall coverings.
Home Office With Built-In Bookshelves and Television Insert
To meet her client's storage needs, designer Claire Paquin created this sleek home office for two using wood paneling and built-in bookshelves, cabinetry and desks. Even a large flatscreen television found a home as an insert on an unoccupied wall of the room. An area rug in light blue and orange completes her functional design.