69,454 American Home Office Design Ideas
Closet & Storage Concepts of North America
Large craft room with multiple work stations.
Alison Whittaker Design, Inc.
Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Command Central: This room is the renovated home office that was once a small guest room. It is right off the kitchen on the main floor, so it made a great location for the family home office. The cabinetry is the same style and color as the kitchen so one room flows nicely with the next. The countertop is a warm grey limestone with shells and fossils appearing in the stone. The wall behind the desk and in between the wall cabinets is covered with a tack board that is then covered with a burlap material. The deep drawers to the left make a perfect location for long rolls of wrapping paper. Photography by Northlight Photography.
Cassy Young Decorating Den Interiors Athens GA
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
While not quite an oval office, this octagonal space gives a similar, majestic feel. Bookcases and windows rhythmically alternate throughout the space. The entry to this office is from the covered porch and from the main house. This allows for clients to come to meetings without having to enter from the house. Photo: Cable Photo/Wayne Cable http://selfmadephoto.com
James McNeal Architecture and Design
In partnership with Charles Cudd Co. Photo by John Hruska Orono MN, Architectural Details, Architecture, JMAD, Jim McNeal, Shingle Style Home, Transitional Design Corner Office, Built-In Office Desk, Floating Shelves, Window Shades, White Trim
7 Sisters Interiors
The space under a staircase often goes to waste. Turn that empty void (or dark storage cave) into a useful workspace by building out the area with a desk and some customized storage. Construct a perfectly functional office with built-in cabinetry and convenient open shelving to store bills and household paperwork. Save space and stay organized all under one staircase. Elegant home office in San Diego with a built-in desk. — Houzz Sand Kasl Imaging
Collins Design-Build, Inc.
Collins Design-Build, Inc.
AMW Design Studio
© Beth Singer Photographer
Keystone Millworks Inc
Addison Hill Photography
Rusk Renovations Inc.: Contractor, Kerry Joyce: Interior Designer, Ann Macklin: Architect, Michel Arnaud: Photographer
Soucie Horner, Ltd.
Home of an inveterate collector with a keen eye, the hallmarks of this renovated, 1927 Beaux Arts residence are neutral walls and fabrics that celebrate the treasured artwork, rugs, and architecture within. Eclectic objects and furnishings discovered on world travels, antiquing expeditions, and even those inherited mingle easily in relaxed, strategically un-designed fashion. Intentionally void of superfluous decoration to accept flexible furniture arrangements, the mood of this home can swing in an instant simply by rearranging a chair, or swapping pillows - proving the most personal spaces are also the most versatile.