An office with two floors gives the owners a designated spot for reading, researching and working in solitude. Meanwhile, a wall-to-wall buffet provides essential storage for files, paperwork, supplies and other office necessities.
This home office offers the ultimate in kid-space function, with a built-in desk, built-in storage and rich architectural detail. Modern green chairs complement the fun, contemporary pattern on the windows, and colorful accents create a fun environment for kids to play and learn.
Traditional Home Office With Masculine and Feminine Appeal
This chic home office was designed with both masculine and feminine appeal in mind. Gorgeous linen drapes lined with greek key trim and lamps with plum-colored shades balance out the oversized traditional writing desk desk and mohair armchair chair. Touches of green and bright brass are a constant throughout the space, tying the design together.
Spacious Home Office With Floor-to-Ceiling Built-In Desk and Grand Piano
This focal point of this home office is a floor-to-ceiling built-in cherry wood desk complete with bookshelves and a taupe leather chair. Neutral tiles cover the floors, while a double tray ceiling and arched windows add interesting touches. A grand piano finishes the look of the space.
In a room with floor-to-ceiling wood paneling, a traditional wooden desk and brown leather sofa help create a sensible monochromatic color palette. A single woven rug both adds an unexpected pop of color and gives the space a collected look.
Dark wood details and a leather armchair make this study feel especially masculine. With a globe and built-in bookshelves all around, the owners can catch up on their research or read a book on either of the daybeds.
Colorful Artwork and Fresh Ranunculus Brighten Home Office
Colorful yet muted abstract artwork and fresh ranunculus set a cheery tone in the woman's home office at the 2017 San Francisco Decorators Showcase. Designer Kari McIntosh selected St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper and a sunburst mirror to create a rich design setting symbolizing the relationship between the heavens and Earth.
An unused formal living room is transformed so that it now incorporates a masculine yet glamorous office space. Adding built-ins along the longest wall in the room create the look and feel of an office while also providing the practical storage that any living space can use.
A simple black desk is paired with a classic T-back wooden chair and contemporary blue table lamp for an updated traditional style. The desk is placed looking out the window so that the homeowners can enjoy views while getting some work done.
Study Draws Inspiration From Stevie Nicks' "White Witch" Persona
Designer Ian Stallings channeled Stevie Nicks and her "White Witch" persona when creating the upstairs study at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. A crystal ball and crow skull rest upon the desk, while the colorful ceiling harkens to lyrics from Fleetwood Mac's "Gypsy" ..."To a room with some lace and paper flowers."