6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces

6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces | A good home office makes all the difference in the live-work balance. Your paperwork won’t know what hit it.
6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces
Architect Brue Norelius transformed one of the bedrooms in his renovated A. Quincy Jones residence into a studio. A bike hangs above the desk, which is illuminated by lamps from Artemide.
6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces
Architect Brue Norelius transformed one of the bedrooms in his renovated A. Quincy Jones residence into a studio. A bike hangs above the desk, which is illuminated by lamps from Artemide.
In this 600-square-foot garage renovation, a five-by-ten-foot door separates Eoghan Mahony’s office from the family room; when open, it fits neatly into a pocket where a custom cabinet meets one of the bookshelves. “It’s really low-tech—just a big hinge and a wheel,” architect Emily Jagoda explains. Mahony adds, “I love that my office can either be hidden from the main room or become an extension of it.”
6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces
Designer Sarah Zames of General Assembly turned the space beneath an industrial staircase in a Brooklyn loft renovation into a home office. A slatted wood screen softens the stairs’ metal and the cabinet hides a roll-out bed for guests.
6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces
In their modern Austin home, Sam Shah and Anne Suttles hung a collection of vintage posters above a Cbox file cabinet and a table from Blu Dot used as a desk. The rug is a Photon.
6 Creative and inspiring Home Offices and Workspaces
In the same house, the couple tucked a computer station beneath the staircase.
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A John Baldessari photograph rests on a shelf above a built-in desk in a midcentury renovation in Napa.

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