655 Office Study Design Photos And Ideas - Page 5

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.

This bedroom makes a sweet home office.
A light-filled office has plenty of built-in storage.
In the guest room/office, IKEA wall shelving and desk anchor the space.
The paneled library leads to another family room, wired for theatre sound.
Photo © Ashok Sinha
The home office features a laminate desk and cabinets in a bright, cheery yellow. They were designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and made by Tomlinson Woodworks.
A painting by Carter hangs above a wood credenza in the work studio.
The office has a smaller footprint than the bedrooms, but windows capture city views.
A cozy home office is brightened by a skylight.
The original wood doors from the front facade were relocated to the interior, where they function as sliding doors.
The home office.
Home office with custom millwork
Art by Lindsay Gardner adorns the Farrow and Ball wallpaper.
The office had previously housed an architecture firm that had implemented a high-contrast palette of white brick walls and black-painted trim and flooring. "Aesthetically, our two goals with the interior were to bring a little warmth to the black and white space with materials like wood and leather, and to keep the palette neutral in every way," says LaValle.
At the conference area, a Pratt Conference Table from Room & Board is surrounded by the Versus chair from Article. The wall artwork is by the Seattle–based Jennifer Ament.
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.
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.
Acclaimed for their five uniquely designed co-working spaces across Manhattan and Brooklyn, Bond Collective has recently opened the doors to their first location outside of New York City. Located on the top floor of one of Philadelphia’s most historic landmark buildings, Bond Station House is conveniently located in the heart of center city.
The home office displays the owner’s art collection, including ceramic vases by unit89.
In the lounge area, the Clyde leather sofa from Blu Dot is joined by a Wayfair magazine rack and Saarinen side table.
The workstations are outfitted with chic pieces from Room & Board, including the Lira Leather Dining Chair, Pratt Modern Desk, and Nolo Table Lamp.
There are three private workstations, as well as a conference table that can seat 14. The latter can provide laptop space for those who are just dropping by for a few hours, or be staged for photo shoots and workshops.
The studio is insulated, wired for electricity, and air conditioned. The wood-clad interior features a custom-built office system.
A new built-in bench is now tucked into the corner.
The home features three bedrooms and three baths. This bedroom can easily be used as an office space.
The third floor features an open, loft-like studio space with a full bath and plenty of storage.
A sunken velvet conversation pit is located in the heart of The Wing's new location in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
Beneath the dining area is a small sitting room flooded with light from three sides through bronze anodized windows with automatic translucent shades by Fleetwood Windows & Doors.
The upper level holds two bathrooms and a study/guest room with access to a large, private roof terrace.
To create the illusion of space, Chen added mirrored cabinetry and skirting in the living room.
The sliding door separating the living room from the bedroom can be used as a whiteboard. The Hybrid Chair from Studio Lorier can be converted from an office chair (seen here) to a lounge chair.
Full-height sliding glass doors enable indoor/outdoor living.
This is the “hobby” room.
The bonus office/family room is lined with a chic system of wood built-ins that offer a lot of storage capacity.
The space is flooded with natural light, and it seamlessly connects to the central atrium.
One of the bedrooms is perfect for use as a large study/home office.
Rose placed a custom 10-foot-long wood top over IKEA Alex drawers to create an extra large desk with storage.
Just a few pieces of decor and natural light set up a pleasing vignette.
A Roadrunner chair from Guest House rests in the office nook.
The architects designed the marble table. The chairs are by Montis and Magis.
Many buyers in the Palm Canyon Mobile Club are downsizing from larger properties in the area. "It's easier living instead of taking care of a big house," says realtor Paul Kaplan. "You can lock, leave, and travel. There's no landscaping maintenance, and you can clean the house in less than 30 minutes."
The light-filled den is furnished with a Jonathan Adler sofa and chair, a Dwell Studio chair, a vintage 1stdibs coffee table, and Stark Carpet carpeting.
The home office overlooks the pool.
An upstairs reading nook behind sliding doors offers quiet and solitude in the open plan.
The ground-floor office is wrapped in walls of blue.
One of the four bedrooms is perfectly suited to be a home office.
The office, located adjacent the master bedroom, is smartly outfitted with a vintage Aluminum Group Management chair by Herman Miller, a custom walnut plywood desk by Kerf Design, and Hitch bookcases from Blu Dot.
A peek into the flex room, located on the other side of the master bath.
The black studio wall in House A326 stands out against the rest of the home's palette of white and concrete. Almost all of the furnishings were custom-designed by Studio DiDea and realized by local artisans.
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.
The home office in Tree House by Deforest Architects offers a striking view of the surrounding trees.
Facing another courtyard, an office nook features a Caesarstone countertop and walnut built-ins by Austin Wood Work.
The cozy study is furnished with custom timber shelving, a Gus Modern Jane sectional, a Womb chair, an ottoman designed by Eero Saarinen for Knoll, and a Noguchi table.
This room, currently used as an office space, is in an addition added by the original owners as a second master suite.
Each of the three upper floors has a long desk topped with Portuguese marble that faces the glass wall overlooking the living space below.