Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Home Office Decor.

Floor-to-ceiling custom-made shelves complete this corner of a simple, yet feminine living space. All the surfaces are painted white and distressed to carry the Cape Cod theme. The windowsills are used as extra seating and storage areas.

The home office and guest room combination features a desk that slides out of the way so the Murphy bed can be pulled down when guests are staying. 

This executive home office has a warm and distinctive feel with the rich, multi-colored wood desk and hutch. The bold stripe, mock Roman window treatment takes some of the seriousness out of the room.

This whimsical home office showcases a play on texture and vibrant bursts of color.

Leather isn’t just for chairs anymore — this luxurious office space also features a leather-finished desk and bookcase. A silver lamp accents the metal cubes on the shelf, and white stitching contrasts the dark leather desk. 

This office was designed with contrast in mind. Dark espresso wood tones in the space ground the furniture and give a substantial look. A dark gray accent wall creates a dramatic background for light drapery, chairs and artwork.

Bright colors like orange and lime stimulate energy and give pep to this home office. A reclaimed desk from the '50s was painted in a car body shop to make it like new. 

The handpainted floral design in this kitchen desk area repeats the floral pattern in the adjoining family room window treatments, helping to connect all the spaces. 


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