Time has come to do something about our office, I am sharing with you a few ideas about the revival of your office, I think I should redecorate mine also.
Via Architectural Digest/photo David O. Marlow
I absolutely love Paul Attanasio’s office, Paul is a screenwriter and producer (Serie House) I would move in today, except I would have to change the desk seat, as I have short legs and these high seats are not great for me as I need to have my 2 feet on the ground at all times.
via Architectural Digest/Photo Michael Moran
Designer Jennifer Post decorated this zen office with white and a few touch of color. She used an entire wall in the bedroom to create this bright office facing a window.
Via Architectural Digest
Let the exterior in your office, this office decorated by Malcom James Kutner is simple but perfect. The outdoor garden certainly is the most decorative element and the designer used it very well.
Via Architectural Digest/Photo Roger Davies
OOPS! I know this office seems extravagant but you have to admit it is inspiring and it was decorated by Kelly Wearstler who is everything but Zen, Wearstler also designed the raspberry chairs and the working desk. An entire wall covered with pictures is a great asset to an office, it is your identity.
A girly office with a few spots and a billboard made out of a mirror frame.
This was my urban office that was a year ago.
Via Apartment Therapy/Photo Marie-Lyne Quirion
I moved a year ago, this is my very compact office now, it is located inside a closet in my bedroom, the desk and the filing cabinets are from Ikea, the shelves from Home Depot. I only wish I could get rid of all these ugly wires that are a necessary evil.