This bold, Midcentury Modern desk becomes a statement piece in the office area of the eclectic living room. The large table top gives the homeowner plenty of space to work, while the unique color blends right into the design vision of the space.
This room formerly housed miscellaneous junk; designers converted into a family study space. Beneath the existing bookcases, a desk was built with room enough for two computers. The bookcases' light color is a crisp contrast with the dark walls and trio of patterns on the window shade, sofa and rug.
Transitional Office With Royal-Blue Walls and Wood Furniture
This transitional home office features walnut furniture, which contrasts beautifully with the royal-blue walls. A traditional table lamp, cylindrical floor lamp and wavy globe light fixture combine for interesting and decorative lighting. A black office chair rolls up to the desk for an easily accessible workspace.
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.
Contemporary Home Office With Industrial Influence Featuring Metal Desk, Open Shelving and Untreated Wood Cabinets
A vibrant blue and turquoise rug shines agains the wood and black details of the room while complimenting the powder blue shade of the walls. Painted black drawers add additional storage above and below the untreated wood cabinets for a strip-like effect. A metal framed book shelf fits perfectly within the cabinet set up and matched the industrial, metal desk.
Ocean-Inspired Blue Brightens Small Transitional Home Office
Bold, inset stripes follow the lines of the ceiling in this fun and functional transitional home office. Walls painted in Sherwin Williams’ Ocean Side give a nod to the home’s coastal setting, as does the colorful artwork. In this cheerful corner, a small chest provides extra storage, and a slim lamp adds accent lighting and ambiance.
Some people telecommute, others finish work projects or emails after hours at home, while still others simply enjoy having a dedicated home office for paying bills and taking care of other personal business. An extra bedroom is a perfect option for a home office because the door can be closed for solitude and focus or to hide clutter.
Colorful Artwork and Fresh Ranunculus Brighten Home Office
Colorful yet muted abstract artwork and fresh ranunculus set a cheery tone in the woman's home office at the 2017 San Francisco Decorators Showcase. Designer Kari McIntosh selected St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper and a sunburst mirror to create a rich design setting symbolizing the relationship between the heavens and Earth.
Transitional Blue Home Office With Painted Ceiling
A center medallion and inset stripes dress up the ceiling of this small but style-packed transitional home office. Bold, ocean-hued walls are tamed by off-white furnishings and textiles. A shagreen leather desk with nail-head trim pairs well with a painted Chippendale chair.
Coastal Home Office Boasts Industrial Light Fixture
With soft blue walls and a coastal wood desk, this home office feels like a beach-inspired getaway. An industrial light fixture and sliding barn doors add an unexpected edginess to the otherwise tranquil design.
A beautiful brick feature wall and built-in bookshelves adds a bit of character to this modern home office. A white and navy color scheme adds depth to the space, while a gorgeous Sputnik chandelier adds a modern flair.
At once traditional and contemporary, this small home office combines the best of both styles. Glossy blue paint freshens up traditional cabinetry. A pop-up laptop and keyboard stand frees up valuable desk space.