Office Ceramic Tile Floors Design Photos and Ideas

Tucked in a recessed space is the studio, opposite the kitchen. A bespoke desk provides just the right amount of work space. Shelves are cut in a circular shape to allow a pendant lamp to hang through them. A porthole window brings a dash of natural light into the space.
Home office.
Additional square footage provided by an on-site shipping container in Austin, Texas, holds an home office design layout. This beautifully designed shipping container home office features track lighting, wall sconces, a full-height cabinet to hang clothes, and a mini split air conditioner. The floors are a mix of engineered wood and hand-painted tile from Clay Imports. From inside the container, you can see through to the front of the house.
A sunroom with its own ipe deck connects the dining room/kitchen to the garage.
The new study lounge features ceramic tile flooring from Ann Sacks along with a custom plywood desk with a Formica top, Eames desk chairs, and an ottoman from Blue Dot.
Textured black surfaces and exposed concrete pay homage to San Francisco's iconic Transamerica Pyramid, while Raw Edges for Mutina tiles break up the harsh lines with a muted color pop.
Rand added significant square footage for a studio and office at the back corner of the original design. This area features expansive views of the landscaped garden.
A major selling point for graphic design aficionados is Rand’s former studio and office, which are tucked at the rear of the home.
Freestanding shelving by Miralles holds yet more tomes from the family’s prodigious collection. Irregularly placed tilework on the floor follows the trajectory of the sun’s rays as it travels across the room.