40,352 Transitional Home Office Design Ideas

West Village Beach
West Village Beach
Rob Stuart InteriorsRob Stuart Interiors
Photography: Bryan Avigne Photography; Instagram: @bryanavigne
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Study
Study
Johnston Home Interior DesignJohnston Home Interior Design
This study off the kitchen acts as a control center for the family. Kids work on computers in open spaces, not in their rooms. Green linoleum covers the desk for a durable and cleanable surface. The cabinets were custom built for the space. The chairs are from Overstock.com. photo: David Duncan Livingston
Hidden Storage
Hidden Storage
Lisa & LeroyLisa & Leroy
Hidden in the murphy bed built in are printer and laundry hamper. Can you guess where?
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Guy Hill Basement
Guy Hill Basement
FBC RemodelFBC Remodel
©Finished Basement Company Great amount of storage and cabinet space to hide away art supplies and quilting material
North Chicago Home
North Chicago Home
Martha O'Hara InteriorsMartha O'Hara Interiors
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Modern in Montvale
Modern in Montvale
Jennifer Pacca InteriorsJennifer Pacca Interiors
Various shades of blue were used to create this serene, modern space. Built in cabinetry house computer equipment, filing cabinets, and misc storage. The built in window seat also has fiiing cabinets below.
Los Altos Hills Fusion
Los Altos Hills Fusion
Sarahliz Lawson DesignSarahliz Lawson Design
Los Altos Hills Fusion in Los Altos Hills, California Photography: David Duncan Livingston

40,352 Transitional Home Office Design Ideas

Classic With a New Angle
Classic With a New Angle
Studio DearbornStudio Dearborn
This expansive Victorian had tremendous historic charm but hadn’t seen a kitchen renovation since the 1950s. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of their views of the backyard and raised the roof and pushed the kitchen into the back of the house, where expansive windows could allow southern light into the kitchen all day. A warm historic gray/beige was chosen for the cabinetry, which was contrasted with character oak cabinetry on the appliance wall and bar in a modern chevron detail. Kitchen Design: Sarah Robertson, Studio Dearborn Architect: Ned Stoll, Interior finishes Tami Wassong Interiors
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