Contrasting wood finishes give this office a sense of warmth while highlighting the custom spun glass rondelles set into the cabinet panels. The panels slide to the sides to conceal the bookshelves and office items and to reveal hand-turned wood pieces made by the homeowner that are displayed on the center shelves. The desk features custom-fabricated legs.
Designer Susan Brunstrum created a cozy office nook in an out-of-the-way area of this Park City, Utah residence that reflects her mountain modern theme. The desktop is stained, but the rest of the drawers and cabinetry have been mottled with a gray paint for a textured look. A rustic leather office chair and interesting accents complete the picture.
Sliding wooden doors open up to expand the home office area or close to divide the hall from the office, helping to hide work or a project when needed. Large windows pour in tons of natural light, while built-ins and a classic desk provide functional work area.
Glass Panels Create Artistic Display in Home Office
Contrasting wood finishes give this office a sense of warmth while highlighting the custom spun glass rondelles set into the cabinet panels. The panels slide to the sides to conceal bookshelves and showcase hand-turned wood pieces made by the homeowner. A zinc panel installed behind the center shelves highlights the warm wood colors of the bowls.
Re-purposed Home Office with an Old-Fashioned Look
The vintage-inspired look of this home office was achieved with rustic accents and neutral colors. The saw horse table that has been re-purposed as a desk allows for varied uses, and the sundry vintage items shape the overall design.