Design by Vibe Design Group
Photography by Travis De Clifford

The brief to Vibe Design Group required a family home for the clients' two young children and occasional overnight guests. Timeless appeal and a flexible zoned layout were priority. As passionate cooks and entertainers, it was important that an expansive and functional kitchen be incorporated into the heart of the home.

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to 8 Must-Haves in a Modern Master Bedroom25 September 2017

5. Work spaceIf you’re a night owl like me and work at ungodly hours when the whole house is asleep, sometimes comfort can be gained by working in an area annexed to your master bedroom and not far removed on the other side of your home. Vibe Design Group have designed the optimum design solution where the space is concealed behind a wall yet seems to still be a part of the room. Lights can be dimmed in the main bedroom suite while you are busy at work and not disturbing anyone else. This also frees up the other side of the wall for a wall-hung TV, additional built-in joinery or freestanding furniture. Tip: In an open-plan layout where no doors separate you from the bedroom suite, make sure you consult a lighting expert to best light up your individual work space without disturbing others in the room.Get inspired by more bedroom designs

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Kerri Villeneuve added this to Home office3 days ago

I like the storage to the right of he desk. Like the wood cabinets with the white.

Leni Bourque added this to Study21 February 2021

My desk-add pencil/sticky notes drawer and file drawer on wall side

Kristin McCarty added this to Office Guest Room | Master Suite19 February 2021

Room divider between office space / bedroom space

G & P Asesoría y Construcción added this to Loft31 January 2021

división de área de trabajo en cuarto

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