The high coffered ceiling and arched entryway bring sophistication to this Tuscan-style home office and library. The rich wooden desk complements the wall-to-wall built-in bookshelves, while the patterned area rug brings a splash of color.
Classic double doors open the hallway balcony up to a traditional home office. Open bookshelves and cabinets provide much-needed storage, while a comfortable leather chair is situated between the built-ins and a beautiful wooden desk. The office has a bird's eye view of the double chandelier above the entryway.
The focal point of this traditional home office is the large wall of windows framed with a transitional box pleat drapery valance and panels. Two leather chairs with matching leather ottomans provide seating, making the rich tones in caramel, chocolate and wheat the perfect complement to old world charm.
Castle-like details adorn this traditional home office, which features a triptych of Gothic windows, elaborate crown molding and an intricately wrought door with iron detailing. Tall bookshelves match the room's soaring dimensions.
The dividing feature between the office and living room of this renovated home is a revamped barn door that brings a bit of industrial rusticity to the contemporary design. The door slides on a metal pulley from one side to another for privacy's sake.
Dark browns give a elegant, solemn tone to this home office. The rug's tailored pattern is a hint of dimension on the floor. Custom built-in bookshelves: AWWSI; Rug: Stanton Needlepoint; Sconce lighting: Jonathan Adler; Chairs by Sunpan
Richly Appointed Home Office Boasts Dark Wood Desk and Wall Unit
This home office, designed by Mary DeWalt Designs, provides a strong, masculine aesthetic as your eye feasts on the rich, dark woods of the desk, bookcase and flooring. DeWalt employed just a touch of blue in the area rug to reflect the color scheme she used for the rest of the home.
Colorful artwork frames the doorway to this home office, making the entrance to the workplace a bit more exciting. Warm wood cabinets create an inviting atmosphere, and subtle green lighting adds interest overhead.
A coffered ceiling makes a beautiful architectural statement overhead, while a navy-and-white rug grounds this masculine meets contemporary home office. A comfortable Chesterfield sofa pairs with a sleek glass coffee table for a relaxing seating area, while the distressed desk is a light-filled workspace.
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.