7 Spaces To Inspire Your Next Home Office Makeover

Washington, DC Home Office | Design by Josh Hildreth Interiors and Vivian Braunohler, Braunohler Design. Chair: Aertemest.com, Lamp is from Circa Lighting, Painting is by Washington, DC artist David Bell. Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg.

Pimlico Interiors | This office was part of a renovation/addition that featured a blend of modern architectural elements with rustic organic features, such as the wood floors, which have an antique look and patina. Table lamp and hide rug from Pimlico, Phillip Jeffries’ wallcovering, vintage chairs, Lexington home desk. Photo by Jane Beiles.

IQ Business Center, Reception in Ukraine by Sergey Makhno Architects | The walls receive star status when covered with the designer tile Tetrapod – winner of the Red Dot Award. The art-table is a great complement to the art-wall – a combination of a glossy marble top and rough granite base. Hanging above are a pair of Lacuna light fixtures by Sergey Makhno. Photo by Andrey Avdeenko.

Contour Interior Design | Designer Nina Magon and her team created an austere open home office that imbues an air of feminine mystique in a duo of avant-garde black-and-white prints by Ulrich Knoblauch. Click here to see more of this home. Photo by Julie Soefer.

Paul McClean | This light-filled library space at 908 Bel Air is complemented by a colorful furniture group by Minotti. Photo by Simon Berlyn.

Park & Oak | “Our client loves gray/blue tones so we decided to paint the walls and the trim Benjamin Moore Boothbay Gray. When you paint both the trim and the walls the same color it instantly elevates a space from something ordinary to something more unique. Given the size of the room, the scale is very important and required a larger desk. For lighting, we added the Morris chandelier because the geometric lines felt like it fit right in the space.” Photo via Park & Oak.

Kim Stephen | This study displays floor-to-ceiling curtains made up in Adige in Java from Romo. The brass and glass Fenton light fitting is from Vaughan Designs and the brass table lamp is from Cécile & Boyd. The artwork is by South African artist Lionel Smit. The rug is from Herringbone, and the striped wastepaper bin was purchased at OKA. Photo by Elsa Young.

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