Posts Tagged 'home office'



Chris’ Moody Living Room Home Office DeskTops

For many home owners and apartment dwellers, a living room home office can be a necessity, especially when more than one person needs a workstation. While some people frown at integrating an office area in a living room, something that traditionally is reserved for family, others find a balance between work and leisure. Chris’ home office living room has got wonderful tones and windows, that set it apart from others we’ve seen.

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John Rainsford’s Irish Design Cubicle DeskTops

If you spend a lot of time in your home office, you’ll have to get organized because working in chaos is possible, but not always conducive to the best results. This is one of the reasons why we like John Rainsford’s setup. It’s organized and it doesn’t take John long to find whatever he is looking for. The overall setup is also quite affordable, which is an advantage.

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When Your Bedroom Has to Double Up As Your Office

One of favorite things about setting up a new home office (or simply redecorating one) is the opportunity to plan a whole new layout. It was this very opportunity that led student, Vangelis, to a few different modifications to his IKEA bedroom, which also happens to double as his home office.

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Brad Gillette’s Isolation Chamber Basement Home Office

When you need to get stuff done, it helps immensely when you don’t have any distractions. While most people would like to have windows near their workstations, this basement home office is called the Isolation Chamber, and it allows its owner, Brad Gillette, to work his days away editing photos.

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Garrett Murray’s LA Master Bedroom Home Office for 2 DeskTops

Having a multi-functional home office is always a bonus, especially when it can be used as a guest room, living room, and also an office for two. This usually requires space, which is why Garrett Murray turned his master bedroom into a home office for two. The added square footage allowed him to make an expansive setup, for both himself and his wife.

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When Your Living Room Is Also Your Home Office

090611_rg_CreativeLounge_00.jpgLiving room home offices might sound less than ideal (no separation of work and relaxation), but they’re often necessary you’re a small space dweller. It is in fact a setup we have in our own home right now; we had to get rid of a lot of stuff and make some serious compromises to get it up and working (no TV). Thus, we’re a bit envious about Eddy’s workstation up above, which presents a seamless and aesthetic workspace presence in the middle of a living space…

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A Couple’s Cubicle at Home Dual Desk Setup DeskTops

Setting up a home office for two isn’t always easy, especially if both partners work from home and require enough work area for their daily tasks. Just like most things related to relationships, you need to compromise. Such was the case with this simple yet gorgeous dual desk setup, combined together into a single long workspace. The setup creates work areas that are together, yet apart, near mirror images of one another…

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