Another design dilemma

Posted on Wed, 14 May 2008 by KiM

Living Etc.
This time it’s an office, and here’s what Heidi had to say: “I have been searching and searching for inspiration… maybe you could help. I am in the process of furnishing my new home. I have a great sized, dedicated home office. I use it every day as I run several businesses out of it. Problem is, right now it is just a Brazilian Walnut hardwood floor, blank walls, and an incredible bay window. I NEED some inspiration! I want a modern, clean, minimal look. This is so hard to achieve in an office! I need storage, desk space, and a sitting area, but beyond that, I have no idea which direction to take this room. I’d love to see what you could find to get my brain working again. It’s been in a slump since the construction phase has ended.” I tried to find photos of modern office spaces that weren’t shoved into little corners as they often are (Heidi, you are SO LUCKY as it sounds like you have a decent amount of space to work with). So hopefully this gets your brain going and have fun with it!

New York Social Diary Jowa
Alda Pereira Alda Pereira
Apartment Therapy Delshon or Sherman Architects
Ghislaine Viñas Hans Zeegers
Jeff Andrews Paul Massey
Apartment Therapy photo-locations.com
PointClickHome Stephen Alton

GREAT office ideas!!

Heidi says:

WOWZA!! You left off the part about feeling like a groupie writing to you all… ha ha. These are FABULOUS-OH! The photos from Alda Peria had some incredible ideas I know I can use. Also, I thought it was interesting the colors were all so neutral. Maybe that is the key to a clean looking office! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! I love everything you found. I’ll be sure to take some photos when I’m done so you can see how it came out. Don’t be expecting them any time soon, though– I’m not known for my quick turn around. Thanks again!

kim. says:

You’re welcome Heidi – glad we could help! And be sure to send pics if you ever get it done 😉

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