151 Office Study Medium Hardwood Floors 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.

Large windows in the office help create the couple’s desired effect of permeability throughout the home.
A painting by Mayumi Oda commands the wall over Ginger’s desk.
An office nook is tucked behind sliding doors in the bedroom closet.
In her work area, a sliding panel opens to offer Justine a view of the living area below. “When you’re in the house, you’re aware of the whole house, which I really like,” she says.
The north-facing rear yard is located on the lower ground floor, and its uniquely challenging shape lead to this project being referred to as the Triangle.
Curved green panelled joinery towards the study hideaway
A vintage typewriter, gifted to Bill from his daughter and son-in-law, is right at home in the office next to an iron figurine found in San Miguel de Allende. Brenda hangs her old watches, earrings, and charms around its waist, like a skirt.
In Guang’s office, Chen designed a lacquered desk to join the Philippe Starck chair, Louis Poulsen desk lamp, and Chinese folk "drum stools."
The home office  is a showcase for an electric blue Warren Platener lounge chair from Hive Modern, paired with a vintage Vladimir Kagan Serpentine Cloud sofa. The painting is by Michelle Betancourt.
A feather pendant adds delicate texture to the glass box office.
After the renovation, the children's rooms were moved to the upper level of the home and what had been the nursery was transformed into a lovely home office.
A desk sits in the revitalized window niche.
An inspiring place to work or read, the cozy home office features teak flooring, desk, and wall paneling. The warmth and simplicity of the interior allows nature—even the tiniest of life forms—to come into full focus.
The overhang's trellis detail mitigates glare while letting filtered views and light through. The clean design draws the eye forward to the trees across the house.
Despite events being cancelled, Jule’s workflow remains about the same, especially as she’s used to working from home. Here, she sits at her World Market desk over a playful NuLoom rug.
A built-in desk makes good use of the small footprint in the study.
“We all use the open study far more than we envisioned, and it functions well as a second lounge space for visiting kids,” say the owners.
Whitney, who’s constantly updating her tiny cottage, has transformed the entry into an office area.
While initially only Danielle occupied the office for her design and art direction work, Bryan now shares the space with her. Here's a peek of her desk.
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The clients' request for a more flexible space that could accommodate guests and a home office was met by removing the wall and building closets in each corner. The original space featured a sloped ceiling, which was preserved, while two custom day beds make room for a centered desk and chair.
Hidden storage and flexible living are prioritized in this modern apartment of just 500 square feet in Taipei. Clever space-saving strategies and smart style choices by Taiwanese firm KC Design Studio created a chic, multifunctional home. The pegboard wall makes it easy for client Mr. Xiao to reorganize whenever needed. Anchoring the office is a chic Paulistano lounge chair by Objekto in the corner.
All three floors are connected by a singular sculptural stair that unifies the experiences within the home.
The study area on the second floor leads to a bridge that extends into hillside in the rear garden.
The stair is quite porous, directly connecting the dining room, the study, and the master suite when desired. One of the study nooks on the second floor—adjacent to the kitchen and dining area—looks through the stair toward the front garden.
The first-story study is a dynamic double-height space with a full view of the grown trees in the courtyard. The Twig armchair designed by Nendo for Alias has an equally vertical design language.
The renovated Copper House by Charles Rose Architects charmingly pays homage to midcentury sensibilities.
A workspace was installed below the preserved hutch cabinets. The staircase was also kept. Wood lines new openings, in contrast with retained casework.
A study nook with a concrete desktop adjoins the kitchen bench, making clever use of otherwise dead space.
Ed’s study—which includes a Jahi Plaid rug by Lauren Ralph Lauren, an Eames chair, and desk lamp by Project 62 for Target—is the only enclosed room on the upper levels.
A small nook in the triangular projection of the floor plan is utilized as a home office with a custom-built desk.
The upper-level office, where the materiality of the Douglas Fir ceiling has the most impact, takes on the feeling of a true cabin in the woods.
This stand-up study nook with built-in storage can also be used as a bar.
The loft space includes a raised area that can be used as a desk or a platform for a double mattress. The observation turret lets in natural light and frames views of the town to the east.
A home office occupies the light well, with views to the living room above, and a library space below. What would typically be the dark middle of the house is bathed in sunlight and enjoys a feeling of expansive vertical space.
High-quality birch plywood lines the interior of this sharply angular and minimalist backyard office.
The mental effects from physically dividing your living and work spaces can help you focus when needed, and most importantly, step away to relax when finished.
Finishing touches throughout the interior includes handpicked scents by Lyn Harris of Perfumer H, as well as books from some of Roksanda’s closest confidants and inspirations.
The penthouse office has an open workspace with a diagonally-laid teak floor, built-in metal mesh shelving, and a built-in blackened-steel credenza that wraps the edge of the room. There are also cantilevered floating steps which lead to the rooftop observation deck.
A timber-lined study on the upper floor of the parents' suite overlooks a private outdoor courtyard open to the sky and tree canopy.
The office includes a Chapman and Bailey desk.
An office on the mezzanine level includes a custom-made cantilevered bookcase by Orana. The lights are Beacon Lighting bulbs with Fat Shack Vintage ceiling light cords.
An array of Finlayson's past paintings and textiles adorns her studio.
One or more of the four bedrooms could easily be converted into a home office or media center.
An additional office/den is located right off the living room.
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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 home office.