320 Billeder af hjemmekontor med trævæg
Cultivation Design Build
Caldwell-Cline Architects & Designers
Required retail space per city ordinance, made into a man cave with a small kitchenette.
H. Ryan Studio
We designed this family office/library to be cozy, sophisticated & casual w/a little Country Club vibe. The wood wall panels are stained & glazed w/one of our custom colors. The full size rug adjoins the 2 sides. There are french doors leading in and outside of the room. Heather Ryan, Interior Designer H.Ryan Studio - Scottsdale, AZ www.hryanstudio.com
J Lynn Design Group
This home office has a custom Murphy bed design that will not disappoint your guest!
Arch. FABIO FANTOLINO Studio
Casa Mille unfolds within the 1930s extension of a historic 19th-century palace belonging to the Counts Callori family, in what used to be the Count's artisan workshop and the former stables in the outdoor garden. Only the kitchen is the only room created inside the building's nineteenth-century sleeve. The history of the property has provided one of the most florid design strands of contents and atmospheres to all the design: the living room was created in the Count's artisan workshop, influencing the choice of an industrial floor in helicopter concrete. The stage instead reflects the historical soul of the house and invades the contemporary part with an industrial finish with an asymmetrical cut. To balance the more informal part of the industrial part, the choice fell on a contemporary and iconic design, through the use of American walnut in custom furnishings and textured and textured upholstery, softening the hard character of the helicopter concrete floor and making the flavor of the whole most welcoming project. The materials in each room chase and contrast, enhancing each other also in the finishes: all the wood has a gloss component that makes it shiny and reflective as opposed to the more opaque and matt finishes of the laminates and lacquers and fabrics.
Nar Design Group
Meaning “line” in Swahili, the Mstari Safari Task Lounge itself is accented with clean wooden lines, as well as dramatic contrasts of hammered gold and reflective obsidian desk-drawers. A custom-made industrial, mid-century desk—the room’s focal point—is perfect for centering focus while going over the day’s workload. Behind, a tiger painting ties the African motif together. Contrasting pendant lights illuminate the workspace, permeating the sharp, angular design with more organic forms. Outside the task lounge, a custom barn door conceals the client’s entry coat closet. A patchwork of Mexican retablos—turn of the century religious relics—celebrate the client’s eclectic style and love of antique cultural art, while a large wrought-iron turned handle and barn door track unify the composition. A home as tactfully curated as the Mstari deserved a proper entryway. We knew that right as guests entered the home, they needed to be wowed. So rather than opting for a traditional drywall header, we engineered an undulating I-beam that spanned the opening. The I-beam’s spine incorporated steel ribbing, leaving a striking impression of a Gaudiesque spine.
This is a unique multi-purpose space, designed to be both a TV Room and an office for him. We designed a custom modular sofa in the center of the room with movable suede back pillows that support someone facing the TV and can be adjusted to support them if they rotate to face the view across the room above the desk. It can also convert to a chaise lounge and has two pillow backs that can be placed to suite the tall man of the home and another to fit well as his petite wife comfortably when watching TV. The leather arm chair at the corner windows is a unique ergonomic swivel reclining chair and positioned for TV viewing and easily rotated to take full advantage of the private view at the windows. The original fine art in this room was created by Tess Muth, San Antonio, TX.
Modern & Contemporary Interior Design
Once a dark, almost claustrophobic wooden box, I used modern colors and strong pieces with an industrial edge to bring light and functionality to this jewelers home studio. The blush works so magically with the charcoal grey on the walls and the furnishings stand up to the burly workbench which takes pride of place in the room. The blush doubles down and acts as a feminine edge on an otherwise very masculine room. The addition of greenery and gold accents on frames, plant stands and the mirror help that along and also lighten and soften the whole space. Check out the 'Before & After' gallery on my website. www.MCID.me
L. Lumpkins Architect, Inc.