4,672 Industrial Home Office Design Ideas
Chi Renovation & Design
To give this condo a more prominent entry hallway, our team designed a large wooden paneled wall made of Brazilian plantation wood, that ran perpendicular to the front door. The paneled wall. To further the uniqueness of this condo, we added a sophisticated wall divider in the middle of the living space, separating the living room from the home office. This divider acted as both a television stand, bookshelf, and fireplace. The floors were given a creamy coconut stain, which was mixed and matched to form a perfect concoction of slate grays and sandy whites. The kitchen, which is located just outside of the living room area, has an open-concept design. The kitchen features a large kitchen island with white countertops, stainless steel appliances, large wooden cabinets, and bar stools. Project designed by Skokie renovation firm, Chi Renovation & Design. They serve the Chicagoland area, and it's surrounding suburbs, with an emphasis on the North Side and North Shore. You'll find their work from the Loop through Lincoln Park, Skokie, Evanston, Wilmette, and all of the way up to Lake Forest. For more about Chi Renovation & Design, click here: https://www.chirenovation.com/
Creative Spaces Interior Design, Inc.
Full Home Renovation and Addition. Industrial Artist Style. We removed most of the walls in the existing house and create a bridge to the addition over the detached garage. We created an very open floor plan which is industrial and cozy. Both bathrooms and the first floor have cement floors with a specialty stain, and a radiant heat system. We installed a custom kitchen, custom barn doors, custom furniture, all new windows and exterior doors. We loved the rawness of the beams and added corrugated tin in a few areas to the ceiling. We applied American Clay to many walls, and installed metal stairs. This was a fun project and we had a blast! Tom Queally Photography
Jours & Nuits
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Monteyne Architecture Works Inc.
Photo: Lindsay Reid Photo
Home office Photo by Gerard Garcia @gerardgarcia,
Overgaard & Dyrman
Overgaard & Dyrman
Located in high Rocky Mountains in Eagle, Colorado. This was a DIY project that consisted of designing and renovating our 2nd floor bonus room into a home office that has the industrial look. I built this custom L-shaped iron pipe desk using antique lockers baskets and crates as the drawers. The ceiling is reclaimed (Colorado) pine beetle wood, the floor is the Reclaimed Series, Heathered Oak color by Quickstep flooring.
RL Design Studio
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CM Natural Designs
This successful sport photographer needed his dining room converted into a home office. Every furniture piece was custom to accommodate his needs, especially his height (6'8"). The industrial island has side cabinets for his cameras for easy access on-the-go. It is also open in the center to accommodate a collaborate work space. The cabinets are custom designed to allow for the sliding door to sneak through it without much attention. The standing height custom desk top is affixed to the wall to allow the client to enjoy standing or leaning on his stand-up chair instead of having to sit all day. Finally, this take on the industrial style is bold and in-your-face, just like the client. Photo courtesy of Chipper Hatter: www.chipperhatter.com
Tucked along the perimeter of the loft’s only hall, Shapiro’s office area takes advantage of a seemingly endless view of the city. Part work space, part thoroughfare, and part gallery, this is a multifunctional space, yet ideal for creative thinking. “I really like my office area”, explains Daniel, “I can sit at my desk and look at the rest of my loft; the expansive view is in front of me, behind me is my photography collection, and to my right is my patio.” The Herman Miller Airia Desk compliments the requirements of Daniel’s home office with ample storage tucked into a streamlined profile. Trimmed in solid walnut, this piece blends seamlessly with the rest of the décor. Photo: Adrienne M DeRosa © 2012 Houzz Design: KEA Design
Mclean & Tircuit Designs
Contemporary Condominium Loft Photographer, D. Randolph Foulds
Antonio Martins Interior Design