Photo By: Nick O'Neill for Laurel & Wolf; Designer: Samantha Peters
Home Office With Cool Accent Wall
Across from the drawing room, a large bookshelf, wooden desk and rolling chair create a comfortable home office. A blue accent wall adds depth and dimension to the space and complements the blue hues in the area rug.
This built-in desk is timeless, comfortable and practical thanks to neutral drawers, natural wood shelving and a large bulletin board. Transitional sconces, framed photographs and an acrylic chair are sophisticated additions to the space.
At once traditional and contemporary, this small home office combines the best of both styles. Glossy blue paint freshens up traditional cabinetry. A pop-up laptop and keyboard stand frees up valuable desk space.
A shagreen leather desk with snappy nail-head trim blends style with function in this cozy transitional home office. The fabric of a painterly pillow inspired the room’s colorful palette, including the gold-banded draperies and ocean-hued walls. A Chippendale chair gets new life with white paint and fun animal-print upholstery.
A closet in this transitional living room opens up to reveal a full home office in this design by Kristi Nelson. A built-in wooden desk and shelving provides plenty of storage and work space that can easily be hidden by closing the closet doors.
Ocean-Inspired Blue Brightens Small Transitional Home Office
Bold, inset stripes follow the lines of the ceiling in this fun and functional transitional home office. Walls painted in Sherwin Williams’ Ocean Side give a nod to the home’s coastal setting, as does the colorful artwork. In this cheerful corner, a small chest provides extra storage, and a slim lamp adds accent lighting and ambiance.
Sophisticated Office With Dark Wood Desk & Pineapple Lamp
The richness of the dark wood desk is accentuated by the light beige background in this home office. A tufted silver chair and pineapple lamp add some fun to the design while remaining functional. Plants and pictures complete the space with a personal touch.
This stylish study begins with three-panel glass doors opening to the grid-ceiling detail and industrial cable lighting. The space is fitted with a custom partner’s desk and cream leather chairs. The ceiling pattern is also custom-made and is echoed in the cubed cocktail tables and chocolate carpet.