Orange, orange everywhere and not a bit of beige in sight in this home office. Five desks have been painted orange, sawed in half and mounted to a wall in the same shade of orange. They serve as work space and shelves, and they maximize a small space.
Contemporary Home Office With Wood Desk and Orange Accents
A wooden desk with an unfinished edge is a gorgeous, natural choice for this contemporary home office. Orange found in the window treatment, chairs and bookshelf is the ideal accent color for such a warm, inviting space.
Lucite Bookcase Adds Open Storage to Modern Home Office
This contemporary home office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rugs adds softness to the space. A vintage Lucite bookcase adds to the modern feel and provides open storage.
With a private entrance and fully stocked wine closet, this modern living space doubles as a home office. Peach-colored walls paired with industrial-style accessories and leather furnishings, like the black armchair, prove a winning combination.
Home Office Sitting Area With Animal-Hide Area Rug
This sleek home office features a bright orange accent wall and trendy animal-hide rug. A streamlined black sofa provides seating for clients, while a high window allows natural light to flow through the space.
A sawhorse desk makes a bold statement in this colorful home office, while a built-in wine cellar is a surprising addition. A warm orange shade on the walls and ceiling livens up the space, but is toned down by neutral furnishings and a navy area rug.
An unusual, orange home office makes playful use of small side tables to create shelving against one wall. Blue accents and a floral rug complete the room. A chandelier hangs overhead, while a vase of peacock feathers and unique art adds interesting detail to the room.
In this quirky home office, stacked tables and desks in varying styles serve as a unique built-in display and storage system. Designer Brian Patrick Flynn cut the tables in half, spray painted them with three different shades of orange, attached them to one another, and affixed them to the wall with drywall screws placed directly into studs. He painted the walls a terra-cotta tone called Clay Pot and chose a blue desk chair for contrast.