11,218 Eclectic Home Office Design Photos
Katie Leede & Company Studio
Work is play when style gets involved!
STORIE - Interiors By Sarah Kruse
This client had a large opening in her entryway, perfect for a desk. So we designed this custom wood desk with piping. The action figure collection was a must to have displayed, so that was incorporated into the design as well.
Summer Thornton Design, Inc
Lake Forest Showhouse 2013, designed by Summer Thornton Design, Inc
Valet Custom Cabinets & Closets
Two twin wall beds designed, manufactured and installed by Valet Custom Cabinets & Closets, Campbell CA.
Dave Spencer Photography
Shot for Kristie Ladd Designs
Alfredo Arias photo
Alfredo Arias photo. © Houzz España 2015
The custom storage unit holds everything needed for a well equipped artist studio. Vertical storage for canvases, shelving for books and sketch pads, drawers to organize smaller items, a countertop to keep a selection brushes out and available, as well as additional shelving on the sides to hold Plein Air equipment keeps this talented, busy, professional artist well organized and able to handle numerous commissions at one time. Photo by Cathy Rabeler
J. Waddell Interiors, LLC
Part of the ladies retreat, this bar is at the ready for friends to enjoy when hanging out with the owner. I love to repurpose antiques and this secretary was the perfect choice for setting up the bar. I added glass shelves and down lights to give it sparkle. Photo by Walt Roycraft
Photo: Elliot Walsh © 2015 Houzz
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
Emily Minton Redfield
The office has bespoke book shelves running across the entire length of one wall providing great storage for our client's large book collection. Photo credit: David Giles
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Interior Design by Tommy Chambers Interiors / Photography by Steve De Fields / Architecture by Scott Jaffa of Jaffa Group Design / Builder Richard Jaffa of Jaffa Group Design
Kristi Spouse Interiors
Custom home designed with inspiration from the owner living in New Orleans. Study was design to be masculine with blue painted built in cabinetry, brick fireplace surround and wall. Sliding custom made barn door with mirrors. Custom built desk with stainless counter top, iron supports and and reclaimed wood. Bench is cowhide and stainless. Industrial lighting. Jessie Young - www.realestatephotographerseattle.com
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2016 Houzz
elena del bucchia DESIGN
Allison Lind Interiors
A book loving family of four, Dan, Julia and their two daughters were looking to add on to and rearrange their three bedroom, one bathroom home to suit their unique needs for places to study, rest, play, and hide and go seek. A generous lot allowed for a addition to the north of the house connecting to the middle bedroom/den, and the design process, while initially motivated by the need for a more spacious and private master bedroom and bathroom, evolved to focus around Dan & Julia distinct desires for home offices. Dan, a Minnesotan Medievalist, craved a cozy, wood paneled room with a nook for his reading chair and ample space for books, and, Julia, an American Studies professor with a focus on history of progressive children's literature, imagined a bright and airy space with plenty of shelf and desk space where she could peacefully focus on her latest project. What resulted was an addition with two offices, one upstairs, one downstairs, that were animated very differently by the presence of the connecting stair--Dan's reading nook nestled under the stair and Julia's office defined by a custom bookshelf stair rail that gave her plenty of storage down low and a sense of spaciousness above. A generous corridor with large windows on both sides serves as the transitional space between the addition and the original house as well as impromptu yoga room. The master suite extends from the end of the corridor towards the street creating a sense of separation from the original house which was remodeled to create a variety of family rooms and utility spaces including a small "office" for the girls, an entry hall with storage for shoes and jackets, a mud room, a new linen closet, an improved great room that reused an original window that had to be removed to connect to the addition. A palette of local and reclaimed wood provide prominent accents throughout the house including pecan flooring in the addition, barn doors faced with reclaimed pine flooring, reused solid wood doors from the original house, and shiplap paneling that was reclaimed during remodel. Photography by: Michael Hsu