142 Office Lamps Design Photos And Ideas

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.

One of the bright and airy bedrooms, currently used as an office space, features a Haiku Home ceiling fan.
A Tizio lamp by Richard Sapper sits on a custom desk.
A peek at the skylit loft office.
A study boasts built-in shelves for books or decorative vignettes.
“There are a lot of well-loved, well-used pieces that were destined for this house,” Andrea says of the couple’s furniture collection. They placed a solid alder Homestead table from Whittier Wood Furniture in the office, which also overlooks the pond.
One of the home's two private office spaces.
The work desk spans across 19 feet.
The office interior features Flor carpet tiles and walls of pre-finished birch plywood.
The office area features a Tolomeo Mega floor lamp by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina for Artemide.
A closer look at the study with a customized dark-green lacquer bench and a terrazzo table from Sue Skeen in collaboration with The New Craftsmen.
The traditional office is located toward the back of the house, but maintains a minimalist feel.
This bedroom is being used as an office space. Clerestory windows keep the space feeling bright and open.
Accessories from Antique Boutique.
Contemplate your next book, using the sun as a task light.
Here is another one of the built-in office nooks.
A detail of the office nooks with a teal daybed and built-in shelving.
The second-floor bedrooms feature built-in nooks with storage.
The workstation and the cabinets are by Korben Mathis Woodworking; the desk lamp is  from TaoTronics.
Sited just steps from the main house, it’s now a welcoming retreat that they share.
Design Studio of Yuriy Zimenko
Designer: Zimenko Yuriy
Site: https://zimenko.ua
Design Studio of Yuriy Zimenko
Designer: Zimenko Yuriy
Site: https://zimenko.ua
Artists' home studio/office with custom work table
Work space
Introducing
This bedroom is currently configured as an office.
"We thought about what happens to brass when exposed to oil, water, air, and time. Our bronze finishes were a response to that," says Lanette. "It tells a story in the sort of pattern of the surface, and is very forgiving. There is an imperfection, a wabi-sabi, that is so beautiful. We approach all of our patinas this way."
Allied Maker offers lights with six different brass finishes, which they refer to as "honest patinas."
"There is an ease to working with brass for lighting fixtures," says Ryden, who remembers the first brass domes they got—how they had a waxy patina on them from the metal spinning process, and how satisfying it felt to refine the finish. "Brass is able to easily take direction in a way that other metals can’t," he adds.
With a slanted glazed ceiling, a white fitted bookcase, and wood-clad walls, the study is a light, bright space to work in, and has views of the garden thanks to the expansive glass doors.
Perforations in the steel tread of the staircase allow light from the skylight above to filter all the way down to the lower levels.
The master bedroom and a study are located on the upper floor.
Baltic birch plywood is installed on the walls of the Mono, eliminating the need for baseboards and trim. The team wanted to make the structures as efficient as possible so that they would leave small environmental footprints.
Large windows and sliding glass doors provide a direct connection to the outdoors.
A small office spaces overlooks the redwood surroundings.
Office
The stair railing becomes a picture ledge.
A simple desk area merges with a built-in sofa, which includes storage beneath it. The wood components in the units are bamboo, chosen for its durability and warmth.
The V-shaped floor plan allows both wings to be connected. One wings features the garage and the owner’s ceramics studio, while the other contains the common areas.
The Multifunctional Study Room
The long table accomodates enough room for the client’s business meetings and research materials for writing projects or for guests to use as a breakfast table.
Victoria collects paraphernalia from medical catalogs, like the model spine on display in her study (bottom). The chrome Triennale Atomic Orbiter floor lamp is by Robert Sonneman.
Pirman, an illustrator, works on a vintage Florence Knoll table in his studio at the front of the house.
The workstation and the cabinets are by Korben Mathis Woodworking; the desk lamp is  from TaoTronics.
The living area and a study corner.
A Paul McCobb reeded glass panel provides a contemplative backdrop for a walnut Knoll writing desk and Bertoia Side Chair.
The second-story home office is paneled in wood with perforated steel shelving.
Study Desks with mountain view.
This is the bonus office space that is complete with original wood paneled walls and a sliding door to the patio.
The renovated home office includes DIY storage and a hand-painted, eight-color mural in the likeness of a 1600s etching that Goldman did herself—an endeavor that took over 100 hours.
A communal table sits in the lending library, which features over 2,000 female-written titles, all curated by the Strand Bookstore. A "Wing Women Reading List of 50 must-read titles," composed by The Lantern—a local non-profit bookstore run by Bryn Mawr grads—is also available for use.
Deep red upholstered chairs from Missana are offset by a blush background in the common room.