Arches Allow for a Clear View of This Historic Home's First Floor
Designers continued the arches throughout the bottom floor. These arches help the spaces of this historic home's first floor feel more bright and open. The arches also allow for a clear view from one end of the space to the other. Here, we see the dining area, home office and state of the art kitchen that have been updated to have all the modern luxuries while maintaining the historic feeling of the home.
The home office of this luxury Miami Beach estate has a custom-built desk with a custom-designed leather inlay. An imposing stone fireplace extends to the beamed ceiling, giving the space a feel of solidity and warmth. A leather chair and crackling fire make it an inviting space to work.
Home Office: Historic Country Estate in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Even the home office produces an air of elegance with intricately carved furnishings, a coffered ceiling and a candelabra chandelier. Built-in wood bookshelves blend in with the fireplace surround and desk for a cohesive look.
Mediterranean Home Office Features Dark Wooden Desk
Lined with arched windows, wooden bookshelves and an upholstered bench, this Mediterranean home office easily encourages productivity. In the center of the room, a large dark wooden desk provides additional space for creative projects.