From the deep blue walls, to the metallic globe pendant, to the diagonal hardwood with an inlaid border, this light-filled, transitional office is full of interesting elements. Bright white millwork sets off the bold walls, and a work table stocked with art supplies takes the place of a traditional desk.
Transitional Home Office With White Built-In Bookshelves
The tone-on-tone, neutral design scheme of this home office makes the room feel even larger than it really is. Light sources abound, including recessed lighting, track lighting, a contemporary light fixture, a table lamp and large windows. The brass and glass desk takes up minimal visual space and is a key design element in the room.
With a desk, bookshelf and tufted daybed, this flex space has the potential to be anything the owners need: a home office, craft space or a spare room for guests. An area rug softens the floors and brings in some color.
If your multipurpose space is used by adults and kids, consider upholstery fabrics that will help mask accidents and spills. Medium gray tones pair well together and are an excellent alternative to beige or tan.
Who wouldn't want this lovely office nook in their master suite? Natural light floods the space through the large window, and sheer curtains give the option to filter the lighting if it gets too harsh. A sleek, X-based desk and a stylish rolling chair offer a clean space to get some work done.
Neutral Transitional Home Office With Wood-Paneled Walls
A vintage American schoolhouse table from the 1920s is repurposed as the desk in this study. A black leather Eames chair, simple linen Roman shades and box-shaped lamps ensure the neutral transitional room retains a masculine feel.
A bold red chair adds a vibrant splash of life to this simple yet chic workspace. The blue desk is adorned with lovely accessories, and a framed black and white photo is mounted above, lending personality to the space.
Neutral Transitional Home Office With Architectural Details
Arched built-in bookcases complement the arched window in this home office, providing eye-catching architectural details. The neutral transitional room features a minimalist aesthetic for a clutter-free, productive workspace.
Updating vintage furniture is often as simple as painting it in a new, fresh color palette. The two-tone finish on the writing desk looks fresh and sophisticated. Looking for a way to make your collectibles stand out? Line the back of ordinary bookshelves with a graphic fabric or wallpaper.
Practical Workspace in Transitional Breakfast Area
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that needed to be opened up and integrated to make the space more usable for a modern day family. A desk and ladder-back chair is tucked into a corner to create a functional workspace.
House of Jade Interiors transformed this home office into a stunning space with stark white walls, built-in white bookshelves and a farmhouse wood desk. Burnt orange and gold accents are a nice complement to the clean color palette.