Red Black Office
A home office in a northern Minnesota lake home shows lake living at its best. The space exudes sophistication with a hint of playfulness takes from the great outdoors. Custom drapes that are lined, interlined and trimmed in black bullion frame a beautiful view. A balance of modern and vintage accessories, animal print fabric on the chairs and unique wall art complete the look.
Whimsical Home Office
This whimsical home office showcases a play on texture and vibrant bursts of color. The designer used fruity mango and turquoise blue colors to set a playful mood that is grounded by the black and white carpet. Colorful embroidered and fringed pillows, orange embellished root tables and coral floor lamp give tactile quality to this incredible space.
Vignette of a Floridian Home Office
This vignette of a Floridian home office for an entrepreneurial woman shows a love of Asian-inspired furniture and bright vibrant color. This eclectic mix was created using playful parrot table lamps, architectural books, sea coral and embellished root side tables.
Orange and Gray Fabric Home Office
This study doubles as a great sitting room. The entire back wall is draped in an orange and gray fabric, and the ceiling is painted a daring orange color. The furnishings are dark and contrasted with light carpeting, light accessories and books for lots of impact. Design Tip: Change the look of your entire room by draping off an entire wall. It adds drama, mystery and ambiance. Photo by Stephen Allen Photography.
Dark Ebony Home Office
This L-shaped desk and return were designed and built to perfectly fit the existing niche. The doors are made with recessed, flat panels painted in a dark ebony, and a modern, cream-painted wood base is a wonderful complement for this elegant partner’s desk. Design Tip: Even when using only a few colors in a room, use them in an interesting manner and layer the textures to make the room vibrant. ©Photo by Stephen Allen Photography.
Venetian-Plastered Walls Home Office
At first glance, this room grabs your attention. From the striped, Venetian-plastered walls to the whimsically sculpted antler chandelier, you can’t help but look. These dramatic elements set the tone for this classically modern space with straight-lined furnishings, geometric carpeting and modern accessories. Design Tip: Add a few wide stripes on the walls and completely change your room. ©Photo by Stephen Allen Photography.
Loris Dennis Home office
Designer by Loris Dennis
Leather furnishings and a rug give this gentleman’s study room a masculine vibe that is not heavy or dated.