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Whether it be a study, library, or craft room, the modern office is a tranquil place for you to flex your creativity, conduct meetings, and carry out day-to-day business. Cram the shelves with your favorite books, put the table in the middle of your room, or splurge on the perfect desk lamp—a great office should reflect your personal taste and inspire your best work.

The upper loft has an integrated desk space.
An Artifox Desk 02 sits with an Eames chair in the lower-level office/spare bedroom. While the lower deck has been rebuilt, the interior of the lower level is currently being redone to provide guest spaces for visiting family and an entertaining area.
The library features furniture from the homeowners’ collection—including this Marcel Breuer chair.
The serene home office of Taula House by M Gooden Design gazes out onto the backyard.
The spacious, light-filled home office can easily be converted into another bedroom.
This bedroom is currently in use as a home office.
For just under $102,000, Anya Moryoussef Architect transformed a single-car garage into a multifunctional workspace that’s wrapped in Baltic birch plywood.
High-quality birch plywood lines the interior of this sharply angular and minimalist backyard office.
Playing with a balance between light and heavy elements, the dining table is “dimensioned like the branches of a tree—making it appear paper-thin from some angles and more robust where it needs to be.”
A negative space in this table’s joinery allows light to shine through.
A built-in desk area offers a quiet nook to read, write, and work.
To impart a high-design feel to the space, architect Mike Jacobs wrapped cabinetry from Ikea with a marble countertop and designed built-in bookshelves around the kitchen and study to help unify the area. Trips to shops in Palm Springs yielded the red side chair and metal magazine rack. The brown suede chair is from MidcenturyLA.
The library provides sleek, closed storage and open shelves that reach over 12 feet high. A Moroso/Diesel Cloudscape Chair sits beside the De La Espada Laurel Coffee Table, with a Flos String Light strung overhead. The painting is by Krzysztof Kokoryn.
The office is the ultimate blend of the Raskinds design styles: Hollywood Regency and California Eclectic. The walls are a sage green color, Granite from Dunn Edwards, and the room features a 1960s pendant that originally hung in the home's master bedroom.
The home's only bedroom is currently used as a home office. The original design includes space for a Murphy bed as well.
Along the long hallway leading to the open lofted area, a large niche acts as a study/guest bedroom when a series of Hafele folding door panels reveal a desk that folds down into a modern Murphy bed.
An upstairs office features built-in millwork and a wood-topped desk, with plenty of surface and storage area. A window is carefully placed in front of the desk for natural light and views.
A look at the moody office space, which is outfitted in handsome darker tones.
An Eames lounge
The studio is clean, modern, and airy for busy work days.
The project uses classic furniture, lamps, and accessories from Denmark, the Czech Republic, Poland, Mexico, Italy, and Germany.
Large, wood sliding doors can be used to give some privacy in the office when needed.
The architects carved out a workspace on the first floor that allows the homeowner to oversee the ground floor while working from home.
On the other side of the open loft is a quiet yet spacious office with custom birch storage.
A sun-filled, contemporary office is also located on the home's middle floor.
The plush furnishings, luxe color palette, and natural light align with Wyatt's mission of providing not only a coworking experience, but a hospitality one as well.
Following in the footsteps of NeueHouse's Hollywood and New York locations, the Bradbury Building will offer an array of membership options for private offices, shared workspaces, and more.
In the guest room/office, IKEA wall shelving and desk anchor the space.
Beverly O’Mara, an artist and teacher, and Mark Uriu, owner of a residential painting and finishing company, needed a place to work from home. So, in 2014 the couple embarked on transforming a 2,700-square-foot loft located in an 1890 Wells Fargo horse-and-carriage facility in Jersey City, New Jersey, into a flexible art studio and residence.
Home office with custom millwork
Blue rattan chairs and striped wallpaper greet visitors in the reception area. The artwork (on the left wall) is by Amber Vittoria.
The conference room sports Farrow and Ball wallpaper, custom artwork from Ana Leovy, and Velvet Vivian Chairs from Cost Plus World Market. The Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines Tulum rug and black pendants are both Bed Bath & Beyond finds.
Artwork “has the power to elevate space and can be as potent as architecture and design,” says Warner.
Art by Lindsay Gardner adorns the Farrow and Ball wallpaper.
A tulip table is joined by the Madison Park Lintel 72-Inch Rectangular Dining Table in Natural and Linon Home Bentwood Stackable Stools in Pink, all from Bed Bath & Beyond.
“The space is long and narrow, and although we wanted an open seating area, we also wanted natural light to make it to the back of the office,” says Warner. “We achieved this by separating zones with open shelving and plants, which act as a filter without actually blocking the light.” She chose the Safavieh Cecilia Retro Mid-Century 5-Tier Wood Etageres from Bed Bath & Beyond to do so.
The open work area offers a variety of work stations. White Donald Desks from Bed Bath & Beyond were lined up back to back, and paired with contrasting black Modway Pyramid Dining Side Chairs, also from Bed Bath & Beyond.
From the myriad of locations for working and gathering sprinkled throughout to the calming “Zen” room/library that encourages relaxation, every inch of Bond Station House has been thoughtfully designed to make each of its members feel as comfortable (and productive) as possible.
A peek inside one of the many conference rooms at Bond Station House. Inspired by old-world aesthetics and lasting modernism, the co-working space beautifully merges timeless design with plush, new-age details.
Sprawling across 22,000 square feet, the vast Bond Station House showcases 25’ ceilings in the main lounge and features an array of custom built meeting areas and communal spaces. Gorgeous natural light pours in throughout from the wraparound penthouse terraces.
The home features three bedrooms and three baths. This bedroom can easily be used as an office space.
A sunken velvet conversation pit is located in the heart of The Wing's new location in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
There's event seating for up to 1,000 people in the midst of the library, as well as partitions to separate the space.
The renovation of this one-time locomotive shed into a multipurpose library still kept its industrial aesthetic.
Inside, pinewood bookshelves surround a reading area without obstructing natural light.
Natural light abounds in this office nook.
A Roadrunner chair from Guest House rests in the office nook.
Morris and West hanging out in the workspace.
A cantilevered birch and plywood desk appears to effortlessly float in midair. The wood box is attached to the wall with a blackened structural steel angle. “It’s a place to make a phone call, put down keys, plug in the iPhones,” says Ryall. “We liked the contrast of the structural steel and the more refined wood box, kind of the like the house, which itself is full of contrasts—rough/smooth, dark/light, open/closed.”
The cedar slab desk doubles as the headboard when the bed is lowered.
“The first floor has a separate home office were we flipped the exterior color palette by painting the walls black and the windows white,” says Hawthorn Builders.
“I particularly love the blue paint on the custom millwork in the small office on the second floor,” Barker says. She used paint to make an impact throughout the home without breaking the bank.
On the lower level, a three-sided fireplace doubles as a room divider that separates the media room from an office space.
The 18-foot-long built-in floating desk in the workspace has integrated storage for scripts.
Wood warms up this otherwise all-white office for startup Eligible designed by Dani Arps. Fun, playful details like oversized, exposed white brackets to hold up shelving keep the space from feeling too serious while still being on-brand and design-forward.
The event space in the startup firm SeatGeek features the "prerequisite" stadium seating that is now found in just about every tech company's offices; however, interior designer Dani Arps distinguishes the space with storage incorporated into the stadium seating and creates a sense of intimacy with a series of low-hung pendants.
Ollie, the client's dog, rests next to the floating desk built of painted poplar and white-washed Baltic birch plywood.
The view from the work room and sitting room towards the entry and the back of the house.