Translucent Glass Doors Create Privacy While Filtering Light
Translucent smoked glass sliding doors close to create privacy while still filtering light into this space off the main living area. The room's primary purpose is as a home office, though it is easily transformed into a guest room by rolling the coffee table to the side and opening the sofa bed. The 1950s vintage book case came from an aviation school.
A comfortable sitting area pairs chrome armchairs and a purple-topped ottoman in this contemporary home office. Textured wallpaper creates an interesting backdrop to the space, while colorful art and vases add notes of vibrancy.
Horizontal windows above the gray, built-in corner desk let in natural light and offer a beautiful treetop view. Drawers and cabinets offer plenty of storage space, keeping the desk surface clutter-free.
Kid-Friendly Home Office With Graphic Bench and Cork Board
A multipurpose home office provides a space for adults as well as the children. The children's side of the office features a bench upholstered with youthful fabric and a large cork board to display home-made drawings and pictures.
Organized Home Office With Open and Closed Storage
Look for bookcases that provide a combination of open and closed storage. The open area helps the room feel larger and provides easy access to books, while doors and drawers hide items that could make the space look cluttered.
Ana Donahue designed this home office with exotic artifacts, distressed furniture, and richly patterned wallpaper and an upholstered chair. A mix of oranges and grays give this eclectic room a fun, funky feeling.
The back wall is covered in soft gray wallpaper that adds subtle texture to this masculine home office. A streamlined desk and cabinet define the work area, while abstract Roman shades and artwork bring a modern element to the space.