Fresh Home Office With Built-In Bookshelf and Coastal-Inspired Decor
This light and bright home office features a neutral built-in bookshelf that blends into the similarly-hued wood plank walls. Various vases and books line the shelf, giving the space a coastal look. A neutral upholstered armchair is positioned at a wood desk, while a white vase of flowers adds a simple finishing touch.
House of Jade Interiors transformed this home office into a stunning space with stark white walls, built-in white bookshelves and a farmhouse wood desk. Burnt orange and gold accents are a nice complement to the clean color palette.
Across from the drawing room, a large bookshelf, wooden desk and rolling chair create a comfortable home office. A blue accent wall adds depth and dimension to the space and complements the blue hues in the area rug.
In the main office space, designers continued the stately cabinets in their design, but lightened the small space with neutral, chevron wallpaper. On either side of the desk, they installed shelves to help keep the space organized. They finished the design with fun artwork to bring the design to life.
A Craftsman-style house is transformed into a youthful, vibrant home for a young family. The 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.
Contemporary metal navy-style chairs slide up to a wide wood countertop in this bright and functional home workspace. Open shelving above offers ample storage, while a tack board that runs the length of the workstation helps keep the desk clutter free.
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.
For this home office, designers wanted to show off the room's colorful accents and rich textures, so they needed a strong, but neutral backdrop. They found their answer in Benjamin Moore's Rocky Coast (#1595), a saturated, warm gray.
Before the renovation, the Struves were running their graphic design business from an open air loft with no noise canceling features, but with Chip and his team's design, the Struves now have a home office that is sound proof. It has many modern, stylish features that show their creative side and a wonderful conference table to entertain prospective clients.