You don’t have to be an entrepreneur or a remote employee to work from home anymore.  In fact, the majority of our clients need a dedicated space in their homes to concentrate and complete projects.  In the past, the home office was often a dreaded room of bulky office chairs, tangled wires, and a defunct printer.  I’m here to tell you, there’s a better and more beautiful way.  

Here’s a rendering we created to showcase our take on the new home office.  Whether you’re working on a big report for Monday’s meeting or the entire family is spending an evening working on different personal projects, this room is an open and distraction-free space.  The overall style of the room is modern with some vintage and industrial elements.  The color scheme of copper, peacock green, and gray with hints of pink delivers a sense of life and warmth to the room.  The mix of fabrics, ranging from luxurious mohair to minimalist plywood, creates a comfortable and contemporary atmosphere while the gorgeous French doors are framed by a pair of center-split drapes made from organic printed linen.

The centerpiece of this home office is a large custom work table made from sustainable plywood and is perfect for kids’ homework or spreading out large work projects. By breaking away from the solitude of a single desk, we open the space up to many more options for different users.  The overall vibe is creative, layered, and family-friendly.  We believe the new home office is a room that creates space for exploring interests, working on passions, and feeling accomplished.

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Dominique Kieffer for Rubelli, Tache Toile

OL Lounge Chair Throw Pillow fabric

Matthew Williamson at Osborne & Little, Cubana Weaves Zamba

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Kerry Joyce Textiles, Bayou in Hurricane